ram music files
larryesu at charter.net
Fri May 30 09:28:44 UTC 2008
manu soman wrote:
> How can i connect to internet through dial up modem while using
> ubuntu7.10 gusty gibbon.What are configurations requried .My is
> d-link internal 56 kbps V.92 Data/Fax/Voice Modem
> On 5/24/08, *Joseph* <ubuntu at e-pops.org <mailto:ubuntu at e-pops.org>>
> NoOp wrote:
> > On 05/23/2008 09:33 AM, Joseph wrote:
> >> I've hunted around and found nothing. Is there a linux program
> >> will play Real Media (ram) files?
> >> Joseph
> > Helix works, but I'd recommend using RealPlayer (uses the Helix
> > engine/code but adds a few more codecs):
> > http://www.real.com/linux
> > Click the download button & download the bin file.
> > Double-click the downloaded bin file & the install manager will
> > RP for your. You'll then find RealPlayer 10 in your
> Applications|Sound &
> > Video menu.
> I couldn't get Helix to work, but I discovered quite by accident
> that the Totem Movie Player does a SUPER job playing them.
> Thanks Everyone. You've been very helpful.
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