I had the same problem but with amarok and kde on FC3. I had to install the
amarok-arts package before I could get any sound.
I'm not sure if gnome uses arts as its sound engine, so there may be a
similar package you need to install for gnome. Do a "yum list available
amarok*" and see how you go.
On 5/6/05, Les Davis <scratchandsniffmedia at eircom.net> wrote:
>> Hi there,
> If your still talking to me.
> I'm running gnome and have been trying to get it to play mp3s as I have
> a large collection.
> I have looked up allot of places and the general response is to get
> gstreamer mp3 plug in. I have managed to get it installed but I cant get
> amorok to link to it in the engine settings box.
> Can anybody help?
> Ta in advance
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