Try current CVS. I have made some changes to the download option that should
help with this. I am getting much better results now.
Also, does everything work with the download option off? If it does not make
sure you have all the right codecs installed.
If you used the download option and internet streaming radio your hard drive
will fill up eventually. So those two things should really not be used at the
On Tuesday 27 May 2003 5:19 am, Michael Flohr wrote:
> Hi Kevin,
> >I did test this and it seems to work fine in my configuration. Does any
> > file ever appear in the /home/phytzel/src/mpegs directory. Also does that
> > directory exist?
> The directory exists, it contains all my mpegs. But no files appear
> there from the download via mplayerplug-in. As I said, clicking on
> a movie, there is net traffic for a short moment, than it stops. Using
> the debug option, it appears that mplayer crashes with a signal 15.
> I use mplayer 0.90. For various reasons, I suspect that it may have
> to do with the fact that I am using a slow modem line (which is, why
> I am interested in a working download option!).
> The links I tried were trailers on quicktime.com as well as the embedded
> daredevil trailer as given on the test grounds of the mplayerplug-in
> web page. So, I didn't try internet radio or so.
> Let me know if I can do something else to help finding what goes