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Old 12th April 2012, 07:33 AM
dannyxiao Offline
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xmms2 command line playback

Can someone help me on my questions? Thanks a lot.

I've install xmms2 on my computer and I want to make it play music when I use ssh to login. I use nyxmms2 to control.

But I found that when I connect the PC and use the command to start the playback, and the xmms is playing the music, but the speaker has no sound. But if I login with gnome account into desktop, the sound will appear.

---------- Post added at 02:33 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:28 PM ----------

Sorry, missing some infomation.

OS: Fedora 16


yum -C list xmms2*
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit

Installed Packages
xmms2.i686 0.7-10.fc16 @fedora
xmms2-avcodec.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
xmms2-faad.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
xmms2-freeworld.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
xmms2-mad.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
xmms2-mms.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
xmms2-mp4.i686 0.7-3.fc16 @rpmfusion-free
Available Packages
xmms2-devel.i686 0.7-10.fc16 fedora
xmms2-docs.i686 0.7-10.fc16 fedora
xmms2-perl.i686 0.7-10.fc16 fedora
xmms2-python.i686 0.7-10.fc16 fedora
xmms2-ruby.i686 0.7-10.fc16 fedora
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Old 13th April 2012, 07:41 AM
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Re: xmms2 command line playback

Can anyone help??
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command, line, playback, xmms2

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