Trying to play audio CD with gnome-player by clicking on Audio Disk icon
error 'Failed to open cdda://sr0/Track%207.wav.' is reported.
However, opening gnome-player from Menu-Multimedia audio CD does play.
Since I booted with webcam plugged to USB port alsamixer shows
USB 2.0 Camera as Card. This does not deter CD to play.
When I unplug webcam I get
In the midst of the word he was trying to say, |
| In the midst of his laughter and glee, |
| He had softly and suddenly vanished away--- |
| For the Snark was a Boojum, you see. |
| (Lewis Carroll, "The Hunting of the Snark") |
| The sound device was unplugged. |
| Press F6 to select another sound card. |
Press F6 and select audio card shows all the control of the usual alsamixer, however,
cannot open mixer: No such file or directory
Flash plays both in opera and firefox, however, w/o sound. Will try on next
booting with webcam unplugged.
~/skype_static-188.8.131.52/ crashes when trying to make a test call.
skype: pcm_null.c:130: snd_pcm_null_start: Assertion `null->state == SND_PCM_STATE_PREPARED' failed.
- Segmentation fault
Booting with webcam unplugged flash plays in opera with sound.
Got gkrellm up and running by copying gkrellm from VL6 over to VL7-BETA.