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Re: Laptop CD player, audio CDs, no sound (Fedora 8)

 On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 03:54:59PM -0400, Don Levey wrote: 
> No joy in Mudville.  I've not used XMMS in quite a few years; I 
> installed it and tried to play the cda files.  I can find them with no 
> problem (after I manually created the /media/cdrecorder directory to 
> which the CD now mounts) but as soon as I click "play" xmms terminates. 
> I do get the following error, which suggests I've got some sort of 
> problem with the sound engine (or at least the digital portion of it): 
>    "*** PULSEAUDIO: Unable to connect: Connection refused 
>    ** WARNING **: alsa_setup(): Failed to open pcm device (default): 
>    Connection refused 
>    Segmentation fault 
>    You've probably found a bug in XMMS, please visit 
> and fill out a bug report." 
> What's odd is that this did work - and I can still play sound files 
> resident on the machine, just not CD audio.  The CD is switched on in 
> the mixer, as well as any other switch that looks like it might help. 
> Within Grip, I believe I've got it set up to rip via cdparanoia. 

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