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    Is the user in audio group?
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    Yes.
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    This is so weird, i can't think anymore..
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartsmagic
    This is so weird, i can't think anymore..
    I very much appreciate your efforts to help.
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    The same issue in Mandriva LE 2005, also using Firefox 1.0.7. Can't figure it out.
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    Actually i encountered with the same problem sometimes ago on Slackware and i solved it, but i cant remember it now
    The only thing i remember some permission issue...
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    Weird that sound works perfectly for flash in Firefox under Gnome but won't work at all in KDE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
    Weird that sound works perfectly for flash in Firefox under Gnome but won't work at all in KDE.
    Do you have a library called swfdec on your Gnome/Slackware distro? I think this is the Flash animation rendering library. Not sure if this is supplied with a KDE environment, or if 'rendering' includes a sound library.
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    KDE sounds

    Maybe this can help?

    http://www.kde-forum.org/thread.php?threadid=9068

    For myself, I use Mozilla (in KDE), at first I had no sound. I solved it (in Debian) typing:

    Code:
    sudo dpkg-reconfigure mozilla-browser
    and by choosing "artsds" as sound output... ("auto" doesn't work for me)

    In Linux I really thing mozilla-browser + mozilla-psm is working a lot better than plain mozilla-firefox.
    "To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."

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    Igot mine just working (under mandriva 2006.1) by starting firefox with following command:
    Code:
     artsdsp mozilla-firefox
    Try if it works.

    As far as I got it right this should simply reroute the sound from firefox to arts-soundserver.

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