On 04/05/2012 02:17 PM, Kurt Freytag wrote:
> I do. It's in /usr/local/bin, which is in my path:Well, I'm not seeing gnome-mplayer launched in the log. You should see
> dat@player:/usr/local/bin$ echo $PATH
> It is not repeatable, however. Sometimes, the failure happens on the first play.
> - Kurt
something where it is launched and the gnome-mplayer should report its
version in the output. Also, the service errors are not normal, and what
that means is that gnome-mplayer is not running and dbus cannot find
something listening for those messages.
So my recommendation...
remove gecko-mediaplayer, gnome-mplayer, and gmtk...
start with gmtk, then do gnome-mplayer and then gecko-mediaplayer
For each one do the following
That should fix your problem, unless you didn't uninstall all the
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