I am trying to load up a copy of real player in kde. It does the install, but then ask me to load disk 2 of my installation package for RH 9.
Unfortunately I do not have a copy of that, as the laptop that I have, has only a floppy drive on it at the moment. Does anyone have a work around for this?
Also if anyone has any souloutions on why, I get a good sound test on my sound card, but when I try to play mp3 files, or really any thing, wav or others, all I get is a bunch of hash in the files window, and no sound whatsoever.
Thanx the Old Guy