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Where can i find the audio drivers for Ubuntu 9.10.

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    Post Where can i find the audio drivers for Ubuntu 9.10.

    I have already used the ubuntu 9.10...
    i know that the ubuntu will automatically downloads the drivers from the internet...

    but, 3 days gone and my ubuntu has not downloaded any drivers yet.....
    and i am totally ..... on what to do now........

    i know about the root and sudo commands also....
    i have also tried so many ways....
    but, no drivers are installed from the net.....
    i am using a pppoe type of broadband connection......

    please hepl me..........

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    Use VLC Player for Ubuntu ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSR1989 View Post
    I have already used the ubuntu 9.10...
    i know that the ubuntu will automatically downloads the drivers from the internet...

    but, 3 days gone and my ubuntu has not downloaded any drivers yet.....
    and i am totally ..... on what to do now........

    i know about the root and sudo commands also....
    i have also tried so many ways....
    but, no drivers are installed from the net.....
    i am using a pppoe type of broadband connection......

    please hepl me..........
    Can you browse internet and download from other sites? if your answer is yes, you don't have any problem downloading issue. So having PPPoE connection is fine.

    Before answering your question, let me suggest you to upgrade ubuntu to 10.10 or later. Ubuntu added 'software center' which is quite easy to work with.

    This is how to make your ubuntu 9.10 run audio formats.
    Before doing anything, update your repository (using terminal):
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get upgrade

    or you can just use ubuntu update manager. I assume you know how to reach it.(If not, let me know.)

    When upgrade is done, you have to install these gsteamer plugins as I listed. Either you can use package manager to find them.(again I assume you know how to open the package manager - if not let me know.)

    GStreamer ffmpeg video plugin
    GStreamer extra plugins
    GStreamer plugins for mms, wavpack, quicktime, musepack
    GStreamer plugins for aac, xvid, mpeg2, faad

    These packages are restricted format for ubuntu and you can install them using terminal by command:
    sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras

    When the installation is over, run a mp3 or some audio file and check if it works or not. Let me know the result, or if you came up with some other solution please share with us too.

    Quote Originally Posted by gajaraj View Post
    Use VLC Player for Ubuntu ...
    I found Moovida player a better choice for Ubuntu. The resolution is much better than VLC, too. Try it once.
    Last edited by vahid.alavi; 29th July 2011 at 12:27 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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