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    RealPlayer with ALSA?


    Can someone please describe how to get RealPlayer to playback via ALSA?

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    please be more detailed..!!!

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    I'm trying to get RealPlayer to use the ALSA framework instead of OSS. Is there some way to configure the audio system it uses? I've tried using

    Code:
    aoss realplay
    to open realplayer and it produces no sound at all.

    I'm not sure what other details to provide?
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    nVidia GeForce Go 7400
    Fedora 10

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    The real question is what time is it and why the hell am I still screwing around with my computer?

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    is it working with OSS..? and why you want to make it work with ALSA anyway..?

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    Yes, it works with OSS. The reason I want to use ALSA though is that I use USB speakers (the onboard speakers on my laptop are dead), which I have configured ALSA to use. Other apps like Mplayer, Amarok, XMMS sound great.

    The alternative, and actually even more desireable, is to get OSS to use the USB speakers. I think it's possible, but I don't know how to do it. Is it just the commercial OSS that can do it or will OSS/Free do it too? I've posted about that elsewhere and not had any responses.
    HP Pavilion dv6000t
    Intel Centrino Duo 2.0GHz
    nVidia GeForce Go 7400
    Fedora 10

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    The real question is what time is it and why the hell am I still screwing around with my computer?

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