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Re: [vox] KXPR and KXJZ supports audio streaming for Linux!
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Re: [vox] KXPR and KXJZ supports audio streaming for Linux!

Now if I only had a clue how to get it to work on my machine under 
linux. None of my 4 browsers (mozilla, netscape4.79, opera or konqueror) 
understood what to do, just put the following on the screen.

# If you are seeing this then 
# your browser doesn't understand
# how to play this file. Please select
# one of the other player links.

Title=1 KXPR Radio

On the other hand IE running under win4lin poped up windows media player 
and a short while later the music started.

Oh well, what kind of plugin or whatever do I need.


Richard S. Crawford wrote:

>I did as well, the day that they started doing it.  But a group letter
>couldn't hurt either.
>On Sat, 2002-03-30 at 15:13, nbs wrote:
>>On Sat, Mar 30, 2002 at 12:28:27PM -0800, R. Douglas Barbieri wrote:
>>>I think that it is important to acknowledge Linux support for anything
>>>online. I would like it if we could send an email from LUGOD thanking them
>>>for this. Whaddya think?
>>I already did, personally.  If we ALL did, that'd probably be more
>>overwhelming and impressive than one combined 'thank you.' >:^)
>>>On Fri, 29 Mar 2002, R. Douglas Barbieri wrote:
>>>>At least, there is a picture of Tux, anyway!
>>>>I am jazzed (no pun intended) because for the longest time, they only
>>>>offered Windows Media streaming. Now you have a choice!
>>>R. Douglas Barbieri
>>>vox mailing list
>>vox mailing list

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