Subject: Re: realplayer on i386/nathanw_sa
To: Bill Studenmund <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sean Davis <email@example.com>
Date: 10/22/2002 12:44:47
On Tue, Oct 22, 2002 at 09:38:39AM -0700, Bill Studenmund wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Sean Davis wrote:
> > I hadn't tried it in a while, so I just installed pkgsrc/audio/realplay and gave
> > it a shot. I am on stock -current, not nathanw_sa, and watching c-span
> > (www.cspan.org/watch) with realplay, no problems so far.
> Ok. Let me add details to see if we find a problem. :-)
> What linux libs are you using? I'm using suse_base-7.3 and suse_x11-7.3nb2
> (and suse_compat-7.3 & suse_gtk-7.3).
<dive@eros(/home/dive)> % pkg_info | egrep "real|suse"
suse_base-7.3nb1 Linux compatibility package
suse_compat-7.3 Linux compatibility package with old shared libraries
suse_audio-7.3 Linux compatibility package for audio libraries
suse_libc5-7.3 Linux compatibility package for libc5 binaries
suse_libjpeg-7.3 Linux compatibility package for the JPEG library
suse_libpng-7.3 Linux compatibility package for the PNG library
suse_x11-7.3nb2 Linux compatibility package for X11 binaries
suse_gtk-7.3 Linux compatibility package for GTK binaries
suse_devel-7.3nb1 Linux compatibility package - development tools
suse_glx-7.3 Linux compatibility package for GLX binaries
suse_xforms-7.3 Linux compatibility package for xforms binaries
suse_linux-7.3 Linux compatibility package collection
suse_vmware-7.3 Linux compatibility package to support running VMware
suse_openmotif-7.3 Linux compatibility package for the Motif libraries
realplayer-8.0.1 RealAudio and RealVideo player
> I have the netscape-IPv6 workaround in place, net.inet6.ip6.v6only=0.
I don't have IPv6 in my kernel
> Ok, I think that was it. I un-did that, and now everything kinda works.
> Except netscape.
hmm.. netscape 4.8 for linux works fine for me
> Also, what do you have to do to get sound working under emulation? I can
> play mp3s so I know the sound driver works.
I didn't have to do anything... it "just works". I think as long as the
proper links are in /emul/linux/dev (dsp -> /dev/sound) it should work.
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