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How to run Audio & Video Application in Intel Solaris 9

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I have a Intel 815EGEW mother board. which comes with a onboard sound & audio cards. Display is perfect with Solaris 9, I want to how to run audio application ( mp3 songs, wav file) & do we have a DVD player for Intel solaris 9
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Since Solaris is business system and it seems you have it for purposes of developing applications or educating yourself - there is slim chances you will get any support at the problems you have.
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no objections , one at www.mplayerhq.hu is another alternative, tough not sure it runs on pc solaris
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