well, I suggest you to install Alsa ;) First, have a look at what messages
you get at bootup. Something like
Sound card x... found at...
ALSA init... done
Should appear (depends on your distro). Then, try to play some audio file
with aplayer or something like that. Of course, if the kernel/ALSA cannot
find any supported audio chip in your system, it wont work.
The error you get sounds like a configuration that uses Alsa's 'default
audio card'. If no card has been found, it obviously won't work.
Take a look at your Alsa compiling configuration, check if your sound card's
module gets compiled and installed, and be sure to get Alsa rolling out.
(Maybe it's a misconfiguration of mplayer, but not sure on that)
Hope it helps
[mailto:mplayerplug-in-devel-admin@...] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 7:19 PM
Subject: [Mplayerplug-in-devel] audio_alsa: no cards found!
When I installed mplayer plugin and tried to look at a quicktime video
mozilla crashes and displays the error,
audio_alsa: no cards found!
in the terminal
What can I do?
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