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Error when trying to run FM Radio Tuner

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Could not open device "/dev/radio" !

Check your Settings and make sure that no other
program is using /dev/radio.
Make also sure that you have read-access to it.
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check in your /dev/ dir for any device name is like /dev/radio

I think the radio device file is not default

if not you have to create the device file.

read the readme file
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Thanks! I am rocking now!
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