Posted by Loran Hughes (22.214.171.124) on November 24, 2001 at 09:01:04:
In Reply to: Real Audio equivalent for Mozilla? posted by Charles Bridges on November 22, 2001 at 12:54:37:
First, Make sure that RealAudio is installed on your system. You are looking for a file named "realplay." As root:
# find / -name realplay
On my Mandrake system, it was installed as /usr/bin/X11/realplay. Since Mandrake is based on Red Hat, I'm assuming it would be under the same location in RH.
If realplay isn't installed, you'll have to either install from your installation disks or download the free player from real.com.
Now in Mozilla, select Preferences -> Navigator -> Helper Applications, then click the "New Type" button. Fill out as follows:
Description of type: audio/realaudio
File extension: ram
MIME type: audio/x-pn-realaudio
Application to use: /usr/bin/X11/realplay
Click "OK." You should now be able to play RealAudio streams.
Drop me a line if you run into problems!