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i have a problem with realplayer 11
i can't open it due to that error message
/opt/real/RealPlayer/realplay.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libgdk-x11-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
so how can reveal this problem
thanks in advance
I don't think you need Realplayer. I tried to load and open Realplayer myself. A friend of mine suggested downloading the media players on the Linux Open Source site. I downloaded all I could find. One of them has fixed my problem. Since this download, I have been able to listen to any streaming radio station, not just the ones using Adobe Flash player.
I am assuming that you do have audio from a website that uses flash player. If you don't have any audio, check out the fix NixiePixel has on youtube. Do a search for multimedia codecs. You should be able to find the info.