Thanks for pointing me to that page, I will probably find some more stations to listen to there.
In my previous posts I forgot to mention that mp3 streams and mp3 files and wav files play just fine. AAC+ streams don’t play, but they give an error message: MPEG Audio decoder missing on the status bar.
I ran some tests. First I created a new user, using useradd -m. This caused the .ogg welcome message to show up in the playlist. The welcome message plays just fine, It also plays when I use the normal user account.
All other .ogg streams, and the .ogg file I created using the audiocd service in Konqueror don’t play. That is, now that I took a closer look, they do appear as if they are playing. The play button is blue and there’s a triangle in the playlist. The status message in the lower left corner says Playing: but there is no sound and the elapsed time stays at 0:00.
I’ve the same problem when Amarok playing ogg files. It seems that Amarok is playing ogg file but no chance to hear the voice. Have to mention that file’s converted with Konqueror from mp3 to ogg and this problem appeared in openSUSE 11.1, kde 3.5.
I have the same problem. MP3’s play fine with Amarok on OpenSuse 11.1, but Ogg Vorbis files will not initiate. They appear to be running, but no sound occurs and the count down timer does not run.
This worked fine under OpenSuse 11.0.