__/ [Jack Ouzzi] on Saturday 10 September 2005 07:57 \__
> I like to listen to BBC Radio programs that I have missed, but need
> Realplayer or an equivalent to hear/stream it. Using Ubuntu and PCLOS
> (2 machines) and Firefox 1.6 on both.
Huh? Wha? I downloaded Firefox (Deep Park) 1.5 beta yesterday, which in the
About section had the label 1.4. Can you hook me up on that futuristic 1.6?
By the way, 1.5 appears to be breaking some extensions that worked in 1.0.x
so be very cautious...
> On the PCLOS machine it appears to 'work' but no sound (I have checked
> that the 'sound' volume is on ..... or have I ? (a music mp3 file will
> play fine)
Are you playing music at the same time? My mixer is broken, so I must stop
the MP3 player in order to get sound in Real Player.
> On the Ubuntu machine it does not work. I have downloaded the
> Realplayer10 for Linux file (.bin) but now what do I do with it??
> Any help appreciated.
Are there no instructions bound to the the file that you received from the
site? If not, try the package manager in Ubuntu. I haven't used it in
months, so I can't even remember what it's called...
Hope it helps,
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