You're da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So Gooood~~~ :)
same problem and solution in opensuse 11.1
yeeeeees. Great! Thanks - Working awesome now!
You are the best! Fantastic!
No idea what this actually does BUT IT WORKS - THANKS
You is the boy.I neet install kde-multimidia too, but work.Thanks
thanks! that helped
A genius I see. Thanks.
Worked gloriously for me. Thanks!
Thanks so much! You suggestion ended my two days frustration.
I'm glad that it worked for you all. Thanks for letting me know.
thanks a lot!
Thank you so much!
I tried this but it didn't work. So I installed libxine1-ffmpeg and it worked. =)
>I tried this but it didn't work. So >I installed libxine1-ffmpeg and >it worked. =)Well, that's actually a different "problem" altogether. What you did was install the support for restricted codecs, which as far as I know, have never been shipped by default in any Ubuntu release.See: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-users/2006-November/099430.html*********************************MPEG-related plugins for libxine1This package contains plugins for the xine video/media player engine, which are necessary to decode MPEG-based codecs. Among them, this package includes the ffmpeg input plugin for xine, which enables xine-based players a large variety of modern audio and video codecs.You most probably want to install this package. It is required if you want to watch DVDs or digital TV using any xine-based player.*********************************
How to install Amarok in Ubuntu and get it to play MP3s
Fix worked straight away. Thanks a lot.
Thanks muchly, solved a frustrating problem since the Jaunty upgrade.
Awesome men !! Gracias desde Buenos Aires
thanks a lot, that works =)
Thanks I got my broken amarok working again, but since I had phonon-backend-xine. already installed, what I did is as follow:installed phonon-backend-gstreamer and then uninstal it while installing xine back and it worked!!! So thanks again ^^
It seems that you helped a lot of people but it doesn't work on my computer...
Thanks a lot!!
Wei-Yee Chan,My issue was the 'libxine1-ffmpeg' one.It has been a challenging google research that was successfuly landing in your page ;-)Thanks a lot
maybe just#apt-get install libxine1-ffmpegwill suffice, for me it did anyway
brilliant! i just recently switched to ubuntu from vista, and i have been overwhelmingly impressed with the level of community support. cheers!
Thanks a lot! I'm also new to the Linux world and only have good words. This is great!!!
Many Thanks for brining my Amarok back to life!!!
Doesn't work for me..
So Cool thanks for help it is been so long since i started to search a solution for this problem
It Helped! Thanks!
GRACIAS ERES EL MEJOR....
it worked a dream!!! you're a hero!! been stumped for months over this!!
thanks, fixed it :)
I also need to install kdemultimediasudo apt-get install kdemultimediaafter that...restarted amarok and I have sound
really thank you!!!
Fabulous. Works for Debian Squeeze
Yep that worked. Sweet! Thank you much
You may not have to uninstalle Install phonon-backend-gstreamer. In KDE4 you can go to a command prompt and enter "kdesudo systemsettings" - and click on the "backend" tab. Once there, you need to make sure that "xine" is the preferred option.Solved the problem for me (and under gnome at that:) )THANKS!
Unfortunately, most of us here are Ubuntu (Gnome) users and do not have kdesudo installed by default. But thanks for the tip - It should be useful for Kubuntu users.
worked but my sound is in really poor quality :-S
didint work for me though...
So great!! but one comment, it is not needed remove the xine one. you can add the gstreamer and only configure you amarokAnyway, THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>So great!! but one comment, it is not>needed remove the xine one. you can add>the gstreamer and only configure you>amarokRemove gstreamer, you mean? gstreamer was buggy, so I thought I might as well remove it. It's simpler and more straightforward to do so, especially in the case of newbies who may not be familiar with configuring Amarok.http://amarok.kde.org/blog/archives/91-Backends,-Phonon,-GStreamer.html>Anyway, THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!No problemo. :-)
thanx a loot, worked perfectly on ubuntu 9.10.
thanks a lot man.... :)
Thank you! This broke when I upgraded, and also for some reason it switched me from nautilus to dolphin.
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