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    Police Radio - Listen Online

    I can listen to the police radio at this address, just fine, but after 3 or four minutes it drops off. Using FF 3.01/ If I use Opera same thing happens. What do I need to fix?

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    Seems fine.
    Except I was ready to start sticking pins in myself after 3 mins to see if I was still alive!
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    LOL! I have vlc, media player etc. Is there something else?

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    For me it just opens a new FF web tuner window. VLC is not involved.
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    It notes that player needed to play this media is not installed. Then it says ignore and play anyway. If I use my ubuntu machine it does not say that, it just says listen.

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    Looks like this for me
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    So I am missing something, don't know what. It does say MP3 not detected, and Windows media player not detected and real player not detected.

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    Make sure you have run thru this
    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide - openSUSE Forums

    I have vlc-mozilla plugin installed from packman too but it doesn't appear to be using that.

    Check this
    opensuse 11.1 wmv in firefox - openSUSE Forums
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    rosswmcgee wrote:
    > So I am missing something, don't know what. It does say MP3 not
    > detected, and Windows media player not detected and real player not
    > detected.


    perhaps you have not installed either/both players and made them
    available to Firefox?

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    Well, it asked me for vlc mozilla plugin. Try installing w32-codecs in case you don't have them.
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