How to enable full multimedia capabilities on Suse 10.1 using the Xine engine
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Settings -> Xine Engine Parameters -> decoder. There is an option there to enter the path of your RealPlayer codecs. You can point Kaffeine to your win32 codecs directory or the codecs directory of your RealPlayer installation.
I can play all the streams at http://service.real.com/test/ using Kaffeine. It seems like they are ram files. If you have links to rm files, then can you post them here so that I can try them out. Where did you get the win32 codecs and what path are they installed to.
and I can play all the streams at http://service.real.com/test/ using Kaffeine but sound dnot play and audio files dont play
my erorr in audio files (rm-ra-ram)
i getting win32 files from packman server and i install them in /usr/lib/win32
my files ara played in windows using real player
Last edited by lion_heart_300; 01-02-2007 at 06:41 PM.