Originally Posted by mitchell7man
I tried that, and it did not work, but i'm not sure that i fully understood what you asked me to do,... MJ
Sorry mate, I give you the menu path to use on gnome and I don't even know if you are using it.
Anyhow theres probably no point bothering testing it just reinstall it, delete the current installation of realplayer by deleting the directory it is installed in (its probably /usr/local/RealPlayer). You'll have to be root to do this, so easiest to use the terminal (the thing you enter commands into) again
Ok what you'll have to enter in the terminal, I think, will go something like this:
1. Change to the directory realplayer is in e.g. $ cd /usr/local
2. Delete the realplayer directory e.g. $ sudo rm RealPlayer
Now reinstall realplayer - hopefully it won't be buggered up this time.