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Mourningdove
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« on: December 05, 2008, 02:20:37 AM »

The last few times I have tried to listen to an online radio station, I've had the sound cut out and have been unable to restore it. I mostly listen either to Live365 or to Naxos Music Service (a streaming-audio site for a vast array of classical music). I saw one message about "redirecting sound output to null device" but was unable to transcribe the exact phrasing.

The sound card for this particular computer is a Turtle Beach USB device. There is no inboard sound card. As far as I can tell, there's nothing physically wrong with the USB device; I have a Ubuntu partition on this same computer and it works fine there.

This is a recent problem. I suspect that one of the upgrades didn't take quite right. Pardus was the premier multimedia distribution I'd ever tried, and everything was great until a few weeks ago. (Multimedia is overstating it; I don't watch much video except for a few YouTubes, no movies, mostly streaming audio and some of my own .mp3s.) The first few times it happened, I thought, "Ahh, one of those things," but it's becoming frequent.

Any ideas, anybody?

Thanks.
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atolboo
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« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2008, 10:42:45 AM »

At this moment I don't have any problems listening to Live365 in FF. Cool
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