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Pcghost 03-22-2003 11:22 PM

Is Internet Radio possible in Linux
 
I use Windows Media Player so I can listen to the BBC. I am currently in the process of removing Windoze from all my machines and installing Red Hat 8. So is there a Linux equivalent, a player that does internet radio?

fancypiper 03-22-2003 11:40 PM

I use realplayer. A google search will find others (mplay maybe)? Some attempt to play windows media but I avoid non open source stuff.

Pcghost 03-22-2003 11:44 PM

Thanks Fancypiper, I totally forgot there was a Linux port of Realplayer.

bax 03-22-2003 11:57 PM

Pcghost, do you have Samba print sharing setup? I've got Samba running on my Redhat 8.0 box and shared directories work but not print sharing for some reason. I'm losing my mindhere

Pcghost 03-23-2003 12:34 AM

Sorry, I am strictly filesharing right now. I only print from my desktop machine. Have you picked up the O'Rielly book on Samba? It rules...

tincat2 03-23-2003 01:58 AM

xmms works.

wr3ck3d 03-23-2003 09:23 AM

Mplayer works...you just will need the exact url of the stream.

acid_kewpie 03-23-2003 09:27 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by wr3ck3d
Mplayer works...you just will need the exact url of the stream.
yes it's great, but taking that a little further....

also install the mplayerplug-in from sourceforge and also install realplayer or realone. then copy / symlink the real librariy (e.g /usr/local/RealPlayer9/Codecs) to /usr/lib/real and then mplayer will be able to play realaudio such as the bbc7 stream within the webpage.

onurb 03-23-2003 12:23 PM

www.shoutcast.com works with xmms, a few hundred stations.

macewan 03-23-2003 01:13 PM

i use shoutcast too


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