Hi Darren, I copied and pasted your command line and I did not edit it. It is not clear to me why the single quote marks appered. I retried it without the double quotes. Same output. Only difference is I updated to xine-lib 1.1.8. To no avail. Output file attached.
Also, lynx is indeed installed: $ type lynx lynx is a tracked alias for /usr/bin/lynx
Guess I have to wait for 1.1.9.
On Mon, 17 Dec 2007 00:22:26 +0000 Darren Salt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I demand that Janardana Deva may or may not have written ...
> On Sun, 16 Dec 2007 14:24:08 +0000 > Darren Salt <email@example.com> wrote: >> I demand that Janardana Deva may or may not have written... >>> Clicking on a link which streams real audio media fails during buffering >>> and prints the message on the bottom status bar: >>> xine-plugin: no demuxer to handle stream! >>> Which demuxer should I install and in what directory does xine look for it? [snip] >> Fixed for 1.1.9 - the Real demuxer needed to be taught about http references. >> For now, something like this will work: >> gxine '$(lynx -dump 'http://www.classical.ru/cgi-bin/play_d.cgi?play=Blagovest/TheLordIsMyLight/28m/6.ra')'
What happened here? I typed "$(...)", not '$(...)'... :-\
> thanks for your suggestion to try [that command]. [snip] > it did not work. The verbose output is of gxine is attached.
Looks like lynx isn't installed...
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