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Re: (fedora) F8 : internet Radio problem



Hi all,

 I found a "work around" for this :
 
>I have a problem accessing websites supplying radio by internet. On my F7
>system with mplayer-plugin it worked perefect.
>Now I did a "fresh" F8 install. Installed the mplayer stuff from livna but I
>do not get any "audio" on the machine
>
>when I try (with firefox)
>  http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/ram/r3g2.ram
>It suggest to open it with "gedit"
>
>when I try (with firefox)
>  http://www.dr.dk/netradio/metafilter/asx/DR_Klassisk_32.asx
>It shows some bar and volume knob, but stays downloading and no sound is heard
>
> Already checked : Sound works on the machine
>                   SeLinux switched off
>		   
>		   
> What can be done to make it work properly?

  1) I copied /usr/bin/mozilla/plugins/mplayerplug* to
/usr/bin/firefox-2.0.0.8/plugins
       (this made the BBC link work)
       
  2) I removed /usr/bin/mozilla/plugins/libtotem-gmp-plugin.so
       (This made the Danish link work)
       
  
  Two questions :
    1) How should I manage the firefox plug-ins in a more decent way?
    2) Should I file a bug-report against mplayer?
    
                Jouk
  
  


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