On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 07:16:58PM -0400, Chris Hill wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Oct 2008, Gary Kline wrote:
> >Only bleep-Doze or linux works, and I'd like a clue how to stream mp3 
> >files using X browser on FBSD.  If I try to stream or d/load with 
> >konq, it asks if I want to Save, Cancel, or use KMplayer.  For most 
> >audio-- streams that last several minutes to two hours--KMplayer is 
> >fine.  But for the few French language sites that stream one or two 
> >syllables at a time, I wind up with multiple KMplayers.  (And 
> >linguist-dunce that I am, I'll reply a word or phrase 20-30 times. 
> >Yes, sorry, but I'm that bad.
> >
> >How do I stream an mp3 file without using a player.... Or is there a 
> >way?  (I'd use Ubuntu 8.10, but the port is busted right now. 
> >Besides, it's time that it just-worked with FreeBSD.  We've already 
> >got the most rock solid server OS; why can't we go the additional few 
> >centimeters?
> Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question, but mplayer-plugin has worked 
> under Firefox for a long time now. If you have a URL, I can try it from 
> here.

        My bad.  I guess I mis-clivked because at least usinf firefox I
        *do* get audio.  (I did do a theraputic reboot.)  But still at
        fault was that many of the graphics have that "broken-frame"
        square.  I looked thru my configuration; found an
        add-oncalled "No-Script" and disabled it.  Upon restarting
        firefox3, the site graphics are back.    Live and learn:: *read*
        before on add a security feature.

        The free, non-commercial language site is down in
        Victoria.gov.au.  http://www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/

        thanks much indeed,


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