1. streaming radio in 9.04 (Stan Hughes)
samp at arial-concept.com
Fri Jul 24 23:13:42 UTC 2009
Brian Norman Wootton a écrit :
> On Friday 24 July 2009 16:55:05 Stan Hughes wrote:
>>> I would like to stream my favorite public radio station. When I go to the
>>> web site and click on listen I get the message:
>>> Please install the WMV Flip4Mac plugin
>>> This happens in both Konqueror and Firefox. When I search for that plug
>>> in I have not been able to find it.
>>> The question is how can I set up 9.04 to stream radio? Am I even trying
>>> to do it with the right software?
>>> Thanks for any help.
> Use Amarak. On the sites you mention, instead of left clicking on the link,
> right click and choose to copy link location
> In Amarok select "My Playlist".
> In the menu, under Playlists, select "Add stream" and paste the link location
> in the dialog box that appears.
> This is in Amarok 2.1.1. Don't know about the other versions.
> I only play classical music, so I don't get on with Amarok
> I installed MPlayer and the relevant FF plugins and I can now listen
> to ClassicFM and other radio stations quite straightforwardly.
> In 9.04 I get a notice that 12 updates are available. When I click on it
> says "4 security updates; 4 blocked updates". That doesn't add up to 12. How
> should I be getting updates? Why would it tell me about blocked updates and
> why would they be blocked? Am I going about this completely wrong?
Sorry but on Ubuntu 9.04 Amarok doesn't work, I tried on 2 different
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