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Re: howto make mozilla play .ram files in FC1



On Sunday 06 June 2004 11:09, Barry Yu wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>>On Sunday 06 June 2004 07:08, Ankit Malik wrote:
>>>I think you shud get the REALPLAYER for UNIX and then make a
>>>symbolic link for it in /usr/lib/mozilla*/plugins
>>>
>>>Check out the manual or Something
>>
>>I've done that for Realplayer9 without success.  The preferences
>>editor in mozilla-1.7b seems half broken, I can add a helper app
>>spec, but not delete or edit an old one.  ISTR we could at one
>> point do that.  I've done everything recommended by googles search
>> results, but most of that seems to be dated in that its for older
>> versions of both moz & real.
>>
>>Thanks for the reply :)
>
>I tried the Realplayer 9 and Helixplayer and both of the not working
> in some programs within certain webradio, I been search solution
> but no luck yet, so finally I download the mplayerplug-in for fc1,
> and I used it for both fc1 and fc2, so in webradions, I chose
> Windows medial player audio stream instead of Realplayer, the
> Mplayerplug-in works.

I don't have a choice of dl formats in this case.  The missus is a 
music teacher, and www.steveseskin.com is all in .ram format.  I'd 
like to buy the cd, but not unheard.

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