On Friday 12 March 2004 01:30 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I recently upgraded from 5.1.release to 5.2.1 release, everything
> went fine except for 2 things.
> The cdplayer that comes with Gnome is broken, when I open it it says
> "Drive Error".  So, I installed XCDplayer 2.20 from ports, it
> installed. However, when I open it and insert a new audio cd, it says
> "No Disk".  I have a new Plextor PX-708A internal ATAPI DVD+RW.  I
> know the drive works, I can watch and burn DVDs, and I can even rip
> audio tracks off of a CD, but I cannot play an audio cd.  Any ideas
> what caused this or how to troubleshoot it?

Some of them expect you to set the /dev to the right device for your 
cdrom. I have an IDE and use /dev/acd0c.

> Also, I upgraded from Mozilla 1.5 to 1.6 and in doing so corrupted my
> fonts in the browser.  Now the fonts are really big and jagged,
> changing them in the preferences does not help.  Do I need to rebuild
> the fonts, if so how?

See if you have the mozilla-fonts installed. I did an upgrade to 1.6 on 
one of my machines and make complained that one is broken for 1.6 and 
won't build while it is installed..


Kent Stewart
Richland, WA

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