Re: listening radio from the internet
thanks, it works,
The List is great.
On Jan 19, 2005 at 05:07:19AM -0600, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-01-19 at 11:46 +0100, Alberto Bert wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > whenever I try to listen some radio from the internet (let's say BBC)
> > they say I miss some player, realplayer or ...
> > I use mozilla, windowmaker and I'm not an expert.
> > Do you have suggestion on haw to manage the problem? Should I install
> > some mozilla plug-ins, and which one? There are so many in the mozilla
> > of them site (http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/linux.html). Maybe it's better (more
> > safe from the mozilla freezing point of view) to use a normal stream
> > player giving to it the file in the site. But then, which player do you
> > suggest?
> > I'll appreciate any help, expecially if it's new-by oriented.
> Hi, Alberto.
> The easiest, simplest way to listen to the Beebe is to download
> RealPlay 10.
> At http://www.real.com/ click on the big yellow icon that says,
> "Download RealPlayer" and save the file in /tmp.
> Then, in a terminal window:
> su - (This is *your* machine, right?)
> cd /tmp
> chmod u+x RealPlayer10GOLD.bin
> It will ask you where to put the files. Tell it /usr/local (or
> /usr/local/RealPlay,I forget which). After RealPlay is installed,
> do this, in that same terminal window:
> cd /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins
> ln -s /usr/local/RealPlayer/mozilla/nphelix.so
> ln -s /usr/local/RealPlayer/mozilla/nphelix.xpt
> Restart Mozilla, and you *should* see RealPlayer in "about:plugins",
> although it will be called:
> Helix DNA Plugin: RealPlayer G2 Plug-In Compatible
> Ron Johnson, Jr.
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> Calvin, regarding TV