I tried to view source code of the page, found and get the "mms" link and put it on the Gnome-mplayer - File - Open location. The stream works. Something wrong with gecko-mediaplayer may ... [by icemans]
on 03/19/2012 – Made popular on 03/19/2012
I am currently having problems connecting to the music streams from sirius.ca, using Firefox 13.0.1 and gnome-mplayer 1.6.0-2 on Fedora 17 x64. I get the error message that a file is not found, ~/.cache/gnome-player/plugin/gecko-mediaplayerrevwyk. The last 6 letters vary but the rest is the same.
I was following this challenge in the book and I'm stuck here , basically I have a class to control an object from MediaPlayer class to play a specific video that is in the folder " raw " and here's the code:
I have been using gnome-mplayer very often lately, and keep noticing that some tracks appear with "[stream]" before their title, and those are usually or always unplayable. It seems to happen only when I open an entire folder. There's nothing wrong with the files: I can play them if I open them individually.
Hi,all ! I have a computer playing movie automatically in loop,and I want to know which movie is now playing in this computer and report it to a server. I use bash script to do this. If I use "pe -ef|grep mplayer ........" ,it seems to complex. Is there any easier way to get the name and store it in a parameter like $movie_name ?