This file (and a couple others) are missing from packman ATM.I've seen them (need version 0.10.30 or greater) at multimedia:/libs.My doubt is, does these gstreamer packages housed at download.opensuse.org are limited due to DCMA/patent issues, like OOTB k3b/libxine are
I want to install "gst-plugin-base" but i get this error: "this version of gst-plugin-base needs glib 2.20 but installed version of glib is 2.18". I installed glib 2.20 and now I'm trying to install gst-plugin-base but i get that error again.
Up until recently I have had no problem playing all kinds of video in Ubuntu. I recently upgraded to Lucid and I can't remember if I was able to play videos after that, but yesterday I found that I am unable to play flv or MP4 videos in either totem or vlc. Converting them to ogv using ffmpeg allows them to play just fine, and I can edit the flv and mp4 in Avidemux, so there is nothing wrong with the files themselves. Not sure what I've done, can't seem to find a bug in launchpad for this, so I am assuming it is a problem with my setup somehow.
I was having trouble getting my 8.10 box to restart... it appeared hung on a line talking about alsa (I don't recall what it said). I started back up and the volume icon indicated it was muted. I unmuted and, lo and behold, I have no sound. So, I tried to follow the alsa upgrade instructions at [URL].
When I tried to run the second script: Code: sudo sh ./alsa_2.sh
I got this: cp: target `/lib/modules/2.6.2*/ubuntu/media/snd-hda-intel/snd-hda-intel.ko' is not a directory cp: cannot stat `/usr/src/alsa/alsa-driver*/modules/*': No such file or directory cp: omitting directory `/lib/modules/2.6.24-16-generic/kernel/sound/' cp: omitting directory `/lib/modules/2.6.27-14-generic/kernel/sound/' cp: omitting directory `/lib/modules/2.6.27-15-generic/kernel/sound/'
And now my volume indicates it's muted again, and if I try to adjust it I get this error: The volume control did not find any elements and/or devices to control. This means either that you don't have the right GStreamer plugins installed, or that you don't have a sound card configured. You can remove the volume control from the panel by right-clicking the speaker icon on the panel and selecting "Remove From Panel" from the menu.
I just two days ago updated lenny, then unplugged my monitor which raised my video card out of my open system board. This made my debian com freeze and i had to restart. The sound icon looks like its muted or has an X next to it. It says 'No volume control GStreamer plugins and/or devices found.' I tried looking through forums but havent found any solutions yet. I think alsa is installed. I ran alsaconf. It said no sound cards were loaded when unloading them. Then the following cards are found on your system:
hda-intel ATI Technologies Inc SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) hda-intel ATI Technologies Inc Radeon HD 3870 Audio device legacy Probe legacy ISA (non-PnP) chips
I tried the first two, it says OK, sound driver is configured ALSA CONFIGURATOR will prepare the card for playing now. I'll run alsasound init script, then use amixer.
I then installed libesd-alsa0, replacing libesd0 or something. If I do # alsamixer, then it says alsamixer: function snd_ctl_open failed for default: No such file or directory
Then i tried this
# cat /proc/asound/cards cat: /proc/asound/cards: No such file or directory then # cat /proc/asound/modules cat: /proc/asound/modules: No such file or directory
Did I break the onboard sound card when pulling out the video cord? I was pretty gentle, I just made it slide out i think. I've also restarted a bunch of times. It seems like alsaconf showed some sound cards. Maybe some driver is not installed, but I think I did install a newer gstreamer or part of it.
I'm installing Sound Juicer to rip CDs. The notes say it wants "gstreamer0.10-plugins-really-bad (not available in Debian) to encode to AAC." Now I don't know as I'll want to encode to AAC (I primarily plan to rip to .wav for burning compilation CDs), but I figure I might as well grab it, for completeness . I noticed, on Google'ing for info on that package, comments that seem to indicate its functionality has been replaced by gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad. So, do I still "need" gstreamer0.10-plugins-really-bad?
The gstreamer-0.10 good plugins in CentOS 5.4 seems to be missing souphttpsrc. I looked online and can only seem to find references to it being in the bad plugins, yet the bad plugins documentation says it was moved to the good plugins.My experience downloading rpms is that the dependencies to build anything for gstreamer require I also download about 20 other rpms.I am reluctant to download/install rpms for a different distro.Has anyone successfully installed newer good plugins (particularly, souphttpsrc)?
I'm sure this is a painfully naive question, but I don't suppose it can possibly lower my reputationFor Good Reasons,use a custom build of the audio editor audacity rather than the version in the openSUSErepositories. What I can't seem to figure out is how to get it to find and load the LADSPA signal processing plug-ins. I have the regulation ladspa libraries (1.13-6.2) from the Oss repository installed. The files reside at /usr/lib64/ladspa . audacity is built with ladpsa support enabled, and indeed reports that it is enabled if I look at the Effects tab under preferences. I have even entered the ladspa library path in a "ladspa.conf" file under /etc/ld/so.conf.d, which may or may not help. Regardless, I don't seem to see the ladpsa effects listed when I run audacity
Download firefox 4 from Index of /pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk Unpack with ark to your home directry folder firefoxIn the folder firefox creat a new folder pluginscopy the contents from /usr/lib64/browser-plugins to the plugins folderStart firefox and there you go
This might seem like an odd problem, but I can't find gstreamer-properties on my system. Also I can't find a package that provides it. I have tried the following gstreamer gstreamer-tools gnome-media control-center control-center-extras control-center-filesystem
None of those seem to provide the file. can someone who has gstreamer-properties do a Code: rpm -f gstreamer-properties and let me know what rpm provides that file ?
I try to do a upgrade on my fedora 6 ill 10. But when I try to write yum update or yum upgrade on my server a get this error: yum update Loading "installonlyn" plugin Setting up update process Setting up repositories Error: Cannot find a valid baseurl for repo: extras
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Repository updates is listed more than once in the configuration Determining fastest mirrors YumRepo Error: All mirror URLs are not using ftp, http[s] or file. Eg. 13 is not a valid release or hasnt been released yet/ removing mirrorlist with no valid mirrors: /var/cache/yum/i386/13/base/mirrorlist.txt Error: Cannot find a valid baseurl for repo: base
I'm trying to find some .deb packages for some experimental Compiz plugins, mainly the Headtracking plugin. I have tried compiling the plugin, but I have had no end of trouble doing so. Come to think of it, I don't think I have ever successfully compiled a piece of software in Linux. So, are there any .deb packages for this plugin?
now the totem movie player is not able to play the video files, not only video files it cannot play anything includeing mp3 songs. here are some screenshots when i tried to open the video files...
i clicked the search option button.but it resulted like this. but earlier totem player was working fine before formatting my system. how to install those missing plugins ?how to make the totem player work with video files ?
I am using Fedora 14 (64 bit version) Can't start XAWTV. Returns this error: $ xawtv This is xawtv-3.99.rc6, running on Linux/x86_64 (22.214.171.124-90.fc14.x86_64) xinerama 0: 1920x1080+0+0 WARNING: No DGA direct video mode for this display. WARNING: keeping fbuf pitch at: 7680, as no base addr was detected WARNING: couldn't find framebuffer base address, try manual configuration ("v4l-conf -a <addr>") v4l2: WARNING: framebuffer base address mismatch v4l2: me=(nil) v4l=(nil) Warning: Missing charsets in String to FontSet conversion Warning: Missing charsets in String to FontSet conversion Oops: can't load any font
I'm trying to use Debian Stable with some newer upstream packages. I've got the upstream Firefox tarball unbacked in /home/firefox/. The problem is that it can't find any plugins, flash or anything else. It's the 64 bit binary but still needed some 32 bit libraries to run. Does it need 32 bit plugins?
Iceweasel is uninstalled and and I deleted it's ./mozilla/ directory. I tried creating a /home/.mozilla/plugins/ directory and symlinking plugins into that and pretty much any other conceivable path where it could be looking for them.
I run upstream firefox from /home/ in the past and had no problems.
im trying to run minecraft.jar which just freezes up at startup screen, wondering if i made a mistake in java along with that Firefox doesn't have a plugins folder i can find to put java into heres the files it has
application.ini libfreebl3.so libxul.so blocklist.xml libmozalloc.so Link to firefox chrome libmozsqlite3.so mozilla-xremote-client
I was trying to convert a flac audio to mp3 using soundconverter & its failing with the error:
GStreamer error: Gstreamer encountered a general stream error.
I should note that the flac is a rip of an actual Mono Vinyl disc. Am not exactly sure how that was done but I was interested in converting some those files to ogg & mp3. OGG conversion doesn't give any error.
Below is the result when launching soundconverter from the terminal & trying to convert the flac file(s) to mp3 (i just tried ogg to mp3 & the same error occurs):
Code: $ soundconverter SoundConverter 1.4.4 using Gstreamer version: 0.10.28, Python binding version: 0.10.18 using gio
I'm using KDE and after some update GStreamer seems to be broken. Firstly it was unable to play sound at all, and I've got around this by changing Phonon preferred engine to Xine. But Clementine is still unable to play with error message:
Clementine Error GStreamer could not create the element: volume. Please make sure that you have installed all necessary GStreamer plugins (e.g. OGG and MP3)
I've already read this and this topic, but none of the things, proposed to try, worked for me.
Well the topic name says it all. I only installed the base system and when I try "apt-get install gnome" it tells me it can't find package "gnome".Now, I'm actually to much of a noob to try to build my own Debian from the base system and up. But it still seems to be the easiest option.When I try "Debian GNU/Linux on CDs" I can't get online. I start Iceweasl but it just gives me that message telling me that it can't find the website I tried to enter (e.g www.google.com).When I try the net install I get "Bad Archive Mirror" at the configure apt part. I've tried searching your forums for this and it seems to happen to a lot of people but I still can't find a solution in any of those threads
I have a router that is 1000 Base T and two computers each with ethernet cards that support 1000 Base T. All are equipped with Cat 5e cable. Before I had a router that only went up to 100 Base T and I would setup one box with linux running proftpd. On the other box,I would use win xp pro and use firefox to ftp into the other box and download a file. Download speeds went up to 11.2 MB/sec. Now when I switched routers, I expected something like 120 MB/sec but I'm only getting 5.3 MB/sec. What do I need to change?
I'm trying to design an inexpensive large scale DNS server but fail to find any metrics or methods to base scalabilty.Can anyone offer information on building a stable dedicated DNS server? That might be able to scale well.