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Thanks again, Paul was it? and Larry, who understands what I mean.In this case, I found rather a few editions of cBS's person to person, and almost fainted...and that was by accident.
.I did know that lynx was in debian, and suspected there might be a firefox loop whole, indeed due to the flash issue.
What I admit is a bit frustrating is time. or how I prefer to use mine.Given my preference, I would find an expert here in Toronto who knows debian and access, then pay them to give me some training from a task related standpoint and do the configuring I require...and show me where to go for help. Having someone else create the machine without my involvement tends to backfire, especially if they know nothing about access, and I am not a tutorial sort of person. At least I know it can be done, after I finish reading all the manuals smiles.
Thanks again, Karen On Mon, 14 May 2012, Hart Larry wrote:
Sure Karen, here are some suggestions, first of all, you can fixup your mime types files in Lynx so you can check out live streams, but I am not an expert. Also, what we did in my Debian machine is to run xvfb running firefox as a frame buffer to play media, which normally would not play in a commandline. So what I do is find a url of a page with a stream, paste that url in to an xvfb command, and I can listen live to many of the news-channels I want. You see, many of these urls are flash or other kinds of hidden nonsense, but firefox will many times find them. Certainly if you find an actual media url, you can type that in to mplayer and enjoy. If you wanna save these recordings, that can be done-and-I will be glad to suggest when that time comesHart _______________________________________________ Blinux-list mailing list Blinux-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/blinux-list
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