Allegedly, on or about 20 January 2016, Karagkiaouris diamantis sent:
I am not able to play mp3 file on Rhythmbox with Fedora 23 XFCE. I
have installed all drpm from RPM Fusion but for some reason i cannot
Exactly what do you mean by "all drpm"? If you mean you've installed
all the rpms that are on RPM fusion, that's a bad idea.
Usually, installing support for one the encumbered formats (e.g. mp3)
means installing some of the ffmpeg or gstreamer and gstreamer1
packages, usually with their -good and -bad sub-packages, and sometimes
the -ugly sub-packages. There's a lot more sub-packages that you will
not need, and it's up to you whether you want to open two cans of worms
at the same time.
The two and a half of them (ffmpeg-* &/or gstreamer-*/gstreamer1-*)
usually cover most audio programs. But some programs use the lame
codec. And some programs have a -nonfree recompiled binary program
package, that you either install instead, or use alongside.
I would have thought that doing an internet search for "fedora mp3 faq"
would produce something useful. Or even a "yum search mp3" (or whatever
the dnf equivalent command is).
General advice seemed to be that you should try playing a MP3 file with
the Rhythmbox program, and when it fails to manage it, it will ask you
permission to install additional codecs to support it. But there's more
information on those links about doing it yourself.
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Linux 3.9.10-100.fc17.x86_64 #1 SMP Sun Jul 14 01:31:27 UTC 2013 x86_64
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