[CentOS] music stops..................
craigwhite at azapple.com
Fri Sep 14 03:41:57 UTC 2007
On Thu, 2007-09-13 at 23:12 -0400, Manuel E. Chavez Manzano wrote:
> I mean when i do it locally, and even from command line, and I always do
> it as a user, and it isn't shows any error,
> and example
> when I run yum update
> when yum starts downloading headers, mplayer stop for a secund and start
> again, and that happens averytime yum start downloading a header, and
> when download a packeage, but when the download is on curse mplayer
> plays normally
> Do you understad what I mean ????
> sorry but I'm not very good writing, I speak spanish
> El jue, 13-09-2007 a las 19:52 -0700, Craig White escribió:
> > On Thu, 2007-09-13 at 22:43 -0400, Manuel E. Chavez Manzano wrote:
> > > I have installed CentOS 5 with mplayer -1.0-0.34. from de dag's
> > > repos,everythings going well while I'm just listening music ando doing
> > > any easy job, but when I run yum the mplayer stops for a while and start
> > > again, the sames happens with xmms.
> > > I have a celeron 2.9ghz and 256mb ram
> > > I want to know why is this happening ?
> > ----
> > hurry up and grab a chair...
> > try launching xmms/mplayer (as user) from command line instead of
> > clicking because starting from a command line might give some useful
> > information in error out.
> > I find that if I am watching video or listening to audio via the
> > Internet, a stoppage generally means that it lost contact with the
> > streaming server
yum update is not an easy job...it takes a lot of processing power and
memory. You don't have that much memory and the Celeron is only OK as a
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