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Old 01-05-2005, 05:06 AM   #1
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Problem with Playing a RealPlayer file in Firefox Web Browser

I have installed Fedore Core 2 distribution. It is working fine as the best to my knowledge.
I am encountering a problem after installing Mozilla Firefox browser. I have tried to play a RealPlayer (.ram) file from a web site but I get the message that "rtsc protocol is not active" (something like that). How can I make Firefox to play those kinds of Media Files. Do I need to install something else to play these file? I have installed RealPlayer 10 with Firefox 1.0.
I hope to get some solution on this.



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