On Monday 28 December 2009 11:55:27 you wrote: > Le Mon 28 Dec 09 à 06:06 +0100, Siward de Groot a écrit : > > > > A playlist that this happens with has following content : > > > > #EXTM3U > > > > mms://126.96.36.199/gtonline > > > > http://188.8.131.52/gtonline > > > > [0x8a95590] main playlist debug: adding item `playlist.ghanatoday.xspf' ( > > file/playlist:///home/xuser/playlist.ghana > > today.xspf ) > > Using a .xspf extension for a M3U playlist is asking for problem. > Use .m3u .
I have copied that playlist to a filename ending in .m3u instead of .xspf and changed /home/xuser/.vlc/vlcrc to open that .m3u file. At startup, it still tries to open the .xspf (which i don't understand) but with the "open file" dialog, i can now open that .m3u playlist, and then it successfully opens that stream :-) This playlist was created by vlc, and it did not automatically provide correct extension, so perhaps i am not unique in having such a deviant extension. In Debian stable's version, this .xspf playlist did work. Thanks for this improvement. Siward _______________________________________________ pkg-multimedia-maintainers mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-multimedia-maintainers