Re: [Nautilus-list] Nautilus with ogg

At now, there is two ways of playing sounds with nautilus. The first is through the 'icons view' (sound preview). This way of playing use mpg123 or ogg123. By acting on these programs you can change the driver destination In the nautilus music view (the other way), you can only (at now) play with esd. Sorry !

BTW. Wouldn't be better for the sound preview to first check the mime database to see if a command is not associated with the mime type. If this is the case, perhaps nautilus could use it. If not the current behavior could be use as a fallback. This way of handling the preview could be more flexible for users (at least for power users).

Evandro Fernandes Giovanini wrote:

On 13 Jul 2001 20:06:19 -0400, Remi Cohen-Scali wrote:

Evandro Fernandes Giovanini wrote:

On 13 Jul 2001 18:47:21 -0400, Remi Cohen-Scali wrote:

Yes it is possible. The music view already do that
gnome_config_get_bool ("/sound/system/settings/start_esd=true")

i'm sorry for what i believe is a stupid question, but how can i disable
esd for the nautilus music view?

i already disabled esd in control-center but the music view refuses to
play when i do that.
The statement I exposed ealier was taken from the music view. To forbid it to play just uncheck the 'Start sound server at startup'. The music view will raise you a dialog to warn about the lack of sound server and will not play. But is it what you really want ?

esd and my soundcard don't get along so i can't use it.
i need to find out a way makeing nautilus output to oss instead of esd.


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