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I've searched after this problem, but could't find it... I've use xmms now, but would like to use Rhythmbox instead... BTW: I'm a newbie......
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    Play MP3 files in Rhythmbox


    I've searched after this problem, but could't find it...

    I've use xmms now, but would like to use Rhythmbox instead...

    BTW: I'm a newbie...

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    I can't see what the problem is. I can play mp3s in RhythmBox. How do you try playing mp3s? I got it working by "importing the folder" the mp3s were in.

    I installed XMMS not too long ago and found it way better. I haven't messed around with RhthymBox, but depending on your sound setup, I found XMMS to sound better. In any case, try importing the folder where the mp3s are and let us know of any errors. I remember first installing Linux and not being able to play mp3s. However, after installing XMMS, the mp3 plugins were also installed.

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    Can you play mp3's in xmms or beep?

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    Be sure you have the gstreamer0.8-mad and libmad0 pkgs installed.
    It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.

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