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    Hi all

    is it possible to play the video feeds from here?

    WORLDSBK.COM | SBK TV

    Firefox is saying I need a plugin but when you click on the install plugin icon it says there are no plugins available

    Anyone mind browsing over and checking?

    Dave

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    Default Re: plug in help

    Install Gnome Mplayer and gecko-mediaplayer

    see this thread
    Unable to play apple site trailers - openSUSE Forums
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    from packman?

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    Gnome Mplayer yes, if gecko is in there, try it, it will probably be fine for most sites.
    The link I gave was for apple trailers and Malcolm has a rpm ready to go for that.

    Try Packman see how you go
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    never mind,

    I have audio but white blank screen

    what to do??

    Cheers

    Dave

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    I get video, but it's slow caching

    But I'm using gecko from RedDwarf, but only Gecko

    widehat.opensuse.org

    or download Malcolms from that link I gave Re: Apple
    Un-install Packmans

    Install with:
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    rpm -ihv *package name
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    caf4926 adjusted his/her AFDB on Sunday 13 Sep 2009 19:56 to write:

    >
    > I get video, but it's slow caching
    >
    > But I'm using gecko from RedDwarf, but only Gecko
    >
    > 'widehat.opensuse.org' (http://tinyurl.com/q4lpnk)
    >
    > or download Malcolms from that link I gave Re: Apple
    > Un-install Packmans
    >
    > Install with:
    >
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > rpm -ihv *package name
    > --------------------
    >
    >


    caf

    Am I looking at the same site?

    The media files on there are .wmv I have just spent the last 1/2 hour
    watching them :-)

    Using Firefox and smplayer.

    Did I miss something though as I cannot find any apple stuff on there, or am
    I just being dumb as usual ( no need to answer, I know already )


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    Mark,

    I posted a link earlier in the thread to a discussion about Apple Trailers which included some links to download specially packaged versions of gecko-mediaplayer. Obviously I knew the site under discussion here was not Apple.

    Until recently I always used either mplayer or vlc pluggin for FF from Packman. But I have to say, Gnome-Mplayer and the gecko-mediaplayer are a better combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926
    Mark,

    I posted a link earlier in the thread to a discussion about Apple
    Trailers which included some links to download specially packaged
    versions of gecko-mediaplayer. Obviously I knew the site under
    discussion here was not Apple.

    Until I recently I always used either mplayer or vlc pluggin for FF
    from Packman. But I have to say, Gnome-Mplayer and the gecko-mediaplayer
    are a better combo.
    Hi
    I've also found this combination works great with chromium browser as
    well on 11.2 M7.

    Now the build service is back, maybe RedDwarf will make an update.

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    > 'WORLDSBK.COM | SBK TV' (http://www.worldsbk.com/en/sbk-tv.html)
    > Anyone mind browsing over and checking?


    runs fine here (now watching a motorcycle race) in firefox 3.0.12
    using mediaplayerconnectivity 0.9.2 add-on, in KDE3.5.7 release 72.11,
    on openSUSE 10.3 fully patched (kernel 2.6.22.19-0.4-default) and
    MPlayer 1.0rc2_r27637-3.pm.3

    note: needing to be out on the leading edge of next weeks software is
    a vicious rumor..

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