thanks and success
kerry at gotss.eu.org
Wed May 24 08:14:52 EDT 2000
Uh hang on a sec, you can map different file extentions with the lynx.cfg and
you can define a download method to play the file in the lynx.cfg.
Regarding your alsa messages, just remove the alsa.cmo plugin from
/usr/local/share/freeammp/plugins/ directory or somewhere.
If anyone wants me to come up with the magic lynx.cfg guff for .pls files
ask nicely and I'll see what I can do <g>
On Tue, May 23, 2000 at 08:52:45PM -0400, Victor Tsaran wrote:
> Hi, David!
> You have to be aware o of the fact that Freeamp does not substitute
> Winamp, unfortunately. Yes, there is some initial error at startup, which
> says that you don't have ALSA installed or something like that. If you
> have more errors, it might be due to the fact that you don't have certain
> necesary libraries installed. Please quote the errors. Otherwise,
> Freeamp's usage is very simple:
> freeamp [whatever]
> Unfortunately, there is no way to have ACB Radio play automatically from a
> web browser. The reason for that is that .pls files are sent as a straight
> textand you cannot tell Linux to treat it otherwise. So, what one of the
> listers suggested is to save .pls files with Lynx and then load them with
> Freeamp on the command line. It works pretty fine.
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