Hi, I've been trying to install Vagalume (a client for last.fm) which I used to run with no problems on Arch. Since it's not in Chakra's repos I used aur2ccr -i vagalume to install it. Although I succeed there's no way I can get it to work. If I run it from a terminal it just exits with "error reading the server list file".
uname -a && aplay -l
I have pulseaudio up and running with no audio issues at all. Tried gstreamer, vlc and mplayer backends with same result.
I know I could use lastfm-client instead but that one is limited to a certain number of songs you can stream from without subscribing. It's not a big deal since I can use Spotify under wine to listen to favorite's radio and all that stuff but I'm just curious about what's going on. Maybe something related to its heavy gtk dependency, I don't know. Any thoughts?
Thanks in advance and congratulations for such a great distro and community!
Last edited by shadow (2012-04-28 18:05:25)
Can you pastebin ~/.vagalume/servers.xml?
Sorry, my fault. I just realized I accidentally deleted "servers.xml" while trying to restore my settings from my Arch Linux partition. Anyway, I started from scratch, deleted the whole .vagalume directory and reinstalled from aur, using aur2ccr. This time I got a totally different error:
That one is showed in Yakuake. Running from the menu I only get a 'Error initializing audio system' window. If I run 'pacman -Qs gstreamer*' this is what I get:
Do you see any gstreamer-related package missing?
I honestly don't know. But you could try installing gstreamer plugins which are not installed yet.
Thanks. I found a solution while searching info about gstreamer plugins to install as you suggested.
As it looks it's related to audiosink and pulseaudio. Just need to add:
to my .bashrc and that did the trick. Problem solved! I'll try to upload vagalume to CCR when I have the time. Thank you.