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disorder-decode now works for MP3s
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460b9539 1* Compilation Bugs
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3The configure script make pointless checks for C++ and Fortran compilers. This
4is a bug in Libtool not in DisOrder. See: http://bugs.debian.org/221873
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6* Server Bugs
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8* Other Problems
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10** Wrongly Specified Character Encoding
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12A problem was reported where DisOrder was misconfigured to believe a UTF-8
13filesystem was actually an ISO-8859-1 filesystem. When it was reconfigured
14correctly, the old (mangled) filenames remain in the database.
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16This is not a bug as such, it is a configuration error. However recovering
17from it can be painful if many filenames are involved. If this mistake is
18widespread then it may be worth adding support for automatic recovery, but for
19now the easiest answer is to stop the server, remove the databases and start
20again.
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22** Poor Sound Quality
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24Poor sound quality may be a result of (hitherto unknown!) bugs in DisOrder, or
25may be a problem with other software or hardware. Specific combinations that
26have produced problems in the past are listed here.
27
28*** Stutter with VIA 82C686
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30Hardware: "VT82C686 AC97 Audio Controller"
31Software: Linux via82cxxx_audio driver
32Symptom: Stuttering playback with raw format play.
33Solution: Use snd-via82xx driver instead (from ALSA).
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35ALSA drivers can be found in Linux 2.6.x; for 2.4.x they must be built
36separately.
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