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Old 11-19-2004, 04:39 AM   #1
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RealPlayer 10 and streaming Media?


Hi I wonder if any of you guys have any experience running realplayer in Linux. I can download a .ram file and open it in realplayer and the stream works ok, but embedded media files that expect realplayer to be avaiable as a plugin do not work.

I followed the instructions on the mozilla plugins page which are namely:

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# Install RealPlayer 10.
# Copy nphelix.so to your Mozilla plugins directory and nphelix.xpt to your Mozilla components directory
And after doing this about mozilla plugins reports:

Code:
audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin  RealPlayer Plugin Metafile  rpm  Yes
But nonetheless I still can't play any embedded media files with real player 10.

Have any you guys got any hins what I might be doing wrong?

GJ
 
  


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