Are you getting any sounds at all? Check in /dev to see if you even have a sound device. My guess is no.
All sound drivers (I believe) are disabled initially. Check out /boot/defaults/loader.conf and /boot/loader.conf. Also the Handbook has a sound card section. Most PCs have a cable connected directly from the CDROM to the sound card so CDs might play even if FreeBSD is not setup to use your sound card. Jason Cribbins On Mon, 2003-10-20 at 06:09, Bryan Cassidy wrote: > On Mon, 20 Oct 2003 05:04:38 -0500 > Bryan Cassidy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > I dont want to get into why I had to do a reinstall but I did. Now > > that I have mplayer installed and xmms installed I can play cds on > > xmms but can't play streaming audio from live365.com *anymore*. I use > > to be able to play them. Which was yesterday. I can play videos in > > mplayer but I don't have any sound. What is goin on? I never had this > > problem before. All I had to do was configure sound in kernel and > > boom. I was all set. Wouldn't mind some help here. > > > Sorry I didn't add this before. > I don't get any errors from mplayer but when I go to play streaming > video from live365.com in xmms I get the > > Please check that > 1. You have the correct output plugin selected. Only two and I'm sure > it's not diskwriter I should use. > 2. No other programs is blocking the soundcard. NOTHING loading the is > playing audio. > 3. Your soundcard is configured properly. lmao.. ya think? _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"