[kde-linux] Music under KDE 3.4

Anne Wilson cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Tue Sep 13 20:30:35 UTC 2005

On Tuesday 13 Sep 2005 20:05, Dan Maday wrote:
> I want to be able to listen to internet radio (specifically
> www.live365.com) under KDE 3.4 in Feedora Core 4. Live365 is supposed to
> be shoutcast format.
> My sound card works fine. I can play CDs.
> When I went into Firefox the first time Totem was the default. Totem
> gave me a screen that looks like you would see in Windows playing a low
> quality AVI in RealPlayer. Of course it didn't work. I went to the web
> and found a  site that said I should remove the Totem that came with
> Fedora. I did remove it and its development software with RPM -e. Then
> it said to to a YUM install totem -xine. Well it ran and download over 2
> mbs of stuff but I can't find it. Now when I go to www.live365.com using
> Firefox the default player is Music Player. Of course that doesn't work
> either.
I don't use Fedora, so I can't tell you where to get what you need, but I 
think you are missing some codecs.  All I can say is that it comes up on 
my screen as an mp3.shoutcast stream, and opens and plays in Totem.  Do 
you know where to get codecs packages for Fedora?  If not, try a Fedora 
list for help.

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