I have downloaded the multimedia codecs from SUSE Multimedia - openSUSE-Community. However, XM Radio is complaining that no codecs are installed. I’m also running No Script, Flash Block, and a few other embedded applications inside Firefox. Do these need to be disabled in order for XM Radio to play inside Firefox?
Also, there was a nice application called UniXM, but that does not seem to work after the Sirius-XM Merger.
Nobody uses XM Radio on Linux? Works fine from Windows Explorer on XP, but Shiretoko on XP has the same problem, it is trying to play video. I have loaded all the codecs available for MPlayer.
All I want for Xmas is for someone to respond…
I can use the surius website to play the music, or a simple little application called sipie
I’ll try it. Thanks for the info.
…apparently the “neutered” version of Totem somehow got the idea that it needed to play streaming media.:mad: Un-installing Totem solved my problem.rotfl!