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Re: howto make mozilla play .ram files in FC1



Gene Heskett wrote/ha scritto, On/il 06/06/2004 17:27:

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.

Have you checked this link???

http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/en-AU/linux.html#RealPlayer

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Antonio Montagnani
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Working with  Mozilla 1.6 on Redhat Linux Fedora Core 1
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