Ron Johnson <email@example.com>:
> On 11/23/07 11:30, Hugo Vanwoerkom wrote:
> > Ron Johnson wrote:
> >> On 11/23/07 08:17, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> >>> Do any command line tools exist in debian that will allow a user to
> >>> listen to a streaming broadcast say from
> >>> http://sc1.liquidviewer.com:9062/listen.pls I had that working fine on
> >>> my mac mini yesterday then the stream went away so I am interested to
> >>> know if debian can play this too if it's actually working. It's in the
> >>> way of a cross check.
> >> I just clicked on that link and gxine immediately popped up and
> >> started playing the stream.
> >> Oh, wait. You said "command line". Yeah, use mplayer.
> > I do that and I get "There is no demuxer available to handle that"
> > What do you have that I don't?
> I guess that all depends on what you have...
> Do you have win32codecs and gxine installed?
I just did that mplayer command and it worked perfectly. No, I've
neither win32codecs nor gxine installed. I do have xine-ui,
totem-xine, and w32codecs. HTH.
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