Re: realplayer as plugin
'cduck' Chris Grierson wrote:
> which scripts in which directory? there are no scripts as far as i can
> see (i looked in the package list). i guess in addition to the afore-
not sure where it is on your system, there's got to be the realplay
directory, where the realplayer was installed, at least that's what the
standard install does. Try (thorough but takes _long_ time):
find / -name pluginstall.sh -print
or (fast, but you have to have locate installed and the file must have
been indexed already):
to see where it is, look at the directory where this file is located,
the script above is interesting, also check the mime stuff
> mentioned problems, there is no way to set up konq to respond to the
> pnm: and rtsp: protocols, are there?
don't know... once you've got the plugin working they might...
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> On Sun, 26 Aug 2001, Erik Steffl wrote:
> > 'cduck' Chris Grierson wrote:
> > >
> > > i am going nuts trying to get realplayer either open with
> > > it's plugin or with plugger or even just with the 'open
> > > with application' setting in either konq or netscape.
> > > realplayer works well, but i am trying to not have to click
> > > 'open' and specify the path to realplayer when the browser
> > > pops up the dialog after not being able to figure out what
> > > to do with the data stream.
> > >
> > > if anyone has gotten it to work with plugger, did you also
> > > have to change 'daemon, exits, swallow' to 'exits' as well?
> > >
> > > any enlightening tips would be appreciated.
> > check the scripts in the realplayer directory, they will show you how
> > to configure the plugin (what to copy and where).
> > make sure that you put it in the place where netscape looks for
> > plugins, not to whatever they specify as default.
> > erik
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