ok envy me :P
no actually I was about to ask if i can plug it in the usb and listen to radio on the speakers of my laptop and how should i achieve that goal ?
on 12/16/2009 – Made popular on 12/16/2009
I would like to hear radio from streaming flash, eg http://www.los40principales.com.ar/player/player.htm . I can hear it from firefox, but I wonder if it is possible to listen to the radio in audacious through a plugin or something. Greetings and thanks in advance
A robust internet radio station streamer for Ubuntu and Fedora based Linux distributions. It connects to web sites offering radio streaming and lets you play radio stations directly from that locations. With Great Little Radio Player, you will have collection of 300 radio stations worldwide.
I had ubuntu 8.10 then i upgraded to the latest version. While installing well upgrading everything went well. Then i had to restart the laptop so the upgrades could take t on my top right handside there is a speaker icon on ubuntu but it slashed out and it says that it does not work at all it's slashed out. There is no sound on my laptop factory speakers.
I've managed to build an internet radio with intuitive interface for my blind mother-in-law out of an old laptop and a Griffin Powermate dial.
Many of the radio stations she would like to listen to are only available as flash video streams from ustream.net Is there anything I can do (including running something perpetually from my home server) to convert these ustream streams in
This brief tutorial will show you how to listen to your favorite Internet radio with a small package called Radio Tray. Radio Tray is an online radio streaming player for Linux that runs on the system tray (Panel). It main focus is to play online radio and nothing else.
Radio Tray is an online radio streaming player that runs on a Linux system tray. Its goal is to have the minimum interface possible, making it very straightforward to use. Radio Tray is not a full featured music player, there are plenty of excellent music players already. However, there was a need f ...
On latest version of ubuntu I have no problems getting sound through my laptop's internal speakers, but when I plug in earphones or external speakers it just acts like they're not there and continues using internal speakers.
What's goin down??
I was using Vista (briefly) with this laptop and didn't have this problem.