The problem with the state 0x0 is that it is only supported on the Mac OS X 10.8.2, Mac OS X 10.9, and Mac OS X 10.10.2. All others only support the state 0x0.
When I use the console to play e/mediaplayer, I get a message saying, “You are not in state 1, mplayer(0x0) is not supported.
mplayer is a file manager used for playing audio files on the Mac OS X platform, and is one of the most popular audio file managers. The problem is that the Mac OS X 10.10.2 that shipped with Mac OS X 10.8.2 and later did not support mplayer(0x0).
The only problem with this message is that it is not an error message – if you are using mplayer0x0, you are probably using something other than the current version of the OS.
So what’s the solution? Well, it turns out that this is more of a “feature” than a bug. You need to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.10.4 or later for mplayer0x0 support.
I was wondering if there’s a way to do this without using a third-party library like cds. I was actually wondering if the only thing that makes the Mac OS X 10.10.2 system so much better than the version you are using is the mediaplayer plugin in cds. I am using an external media player, but I am using an internal one for most other media players. So the only way to do this is to manually install the plugin.
You may be interested in the current list of supported media players.
I would be more than happy to share all of the plugins I use, but I only have one (a.ka. mplayer) right now. I wish there was an easy way to share plugins with people who aren’t on Mac OS X.
I’m not really into the whole plugin thing. I’ve had to manually install almost all the plugins I use to play media on my Mac and I’m not really sure how to do it. It’s not that I don’t trust them, but a lot of them are just a pain.