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Old 6th July 2009, 08:53 AM
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Problem with audio [F11 x86_64]

Hi,

I've just installed F11 x86_64 and I got some troubles with audio.

For example: if I listen after a start of the system to a flash video (I use Firefox 3.5 i386 + flash i386), audio is ok. Then if I try to listen to an mp3 (for example using amarok or Songbird) audio doesn't work.

The same if I do the opposite: first mp3 audio (audio runs well), after flash video (it doesn't run).

Another problem: if I try to listen to two different flash video, the second source is not good.

Any ideas?

LuKe
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