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Originally Posted by jaboua Do you know if the format you're trying to play is supported by XMMS? For example I think you need extra plugin for WMA in XMMS, ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Do you know if the format you're trying to play is supported by XMMS? For example I think you need extra plugin for WMA in XMMS, and fedora patches away MP3-support...
    Yeah, I think that the only one that does that is RH/Fedora?
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    They're just mp3. and the only other format i use is flac and ogg. Which I'm not even trying. Still wont show any files in the playlist..Reinstall time? m (xmms, i mean)

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    I fixed it, just let the thread float down.

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