>Has anyone been able to get the raplayer (2.0, Beta 4) to run
>successfully on kernel versions > 2.0.0? I'm currently running
>kernel 2.0.21, with the following output from "cat /dev/sndstat":
This will not be particularily helpful, but yes it works for me.
Sound Driver:3.5.4-960708 (Thu Aug 22 23:34:26 MDT 1996 root,
Linux thor.xon.cuug.ab.ca 2.0.10 #12 Tue Aug 13 14:03:15 MDT 1996 i586)
Kernel: Linux thor.xon.cuug.ab.ca 2.0.10 #13 Thu Aug 22 23:37:00 MDT 1996 i586
I can't offer much in the way of advice, since AFAIK, I just stuck it in as
per the instructions (except for the part about upgrading to 3.0.1) and it
You mentioned that it would not work with Netscape, does it work when you run
it with the thankyou.ra file? (maybe it will give you more information if you
run it manually).
Quote:>Sound Driver:3.5.4-960630 (Mon Sep 23 10:02:45 EDT 1996 root,
>Linux pspc52.poli.duke.edu 2.0.20 #24 Tue Sep 17 15:57:29 EDT 1996 i586)
>Kernel: Linux pspc52.poli.duke.edu 2.0.21 #27 Mon Sep 23 10:02:54 EDT 1996
>With this kernel, and everyone since 2.0.0, every attempt to play
>a realaudio file from within netscape (v3.0 96241) yields a dialog
>from raplayer with:
Netscape 3.0b7/export, 07-Aug-96; (c) 1995,1996 Netscape Communications Corp.
>An error occurred when trying to connect to the RealAudio Server.
Is something else running on 7070? (In my ra preferences, it says that is the
UDP port it is using).
Quote:>I read the technical notes from realaudio pointing to the USSLite,
>but installing this yields the same problem.