Re: FC4 - How can I listen to radio stations?

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Synister Syntax <[email protected]> wrote:
Okay, so you are infact having trouble getting XMMS to load?

How are you trying to execute the XMMS binary? Via Shell, or X menu?

On 12/13/05, Hoffmann wrote:
> Synister Syntax wrote:
> Okay, so XMMS is running fine now? Great :-D
>
> I think the RealPlayer experience has poisioned your view of online
> radio streams. As they list some of them there and yuo simply click.
> You will need to find some radio streams you like, then simply click
> File > Play From Location.
>
> To find some radio stream you can hit the major search sites,
> google.com. Or take a look at http://www.shoutcast.com/. They have
> many stations listed ther! e, so I am sure you will find one for your
> likings.
>
> Let me know if you need any more help getting XMMS up and running.
>
> On 12/13/05, Hoffmann wrote:
> > Synister Syntax wrote:
> > Just to clear a few things up...
> >
> >! ; You are talking about online radio streams. Not FM. Because
>
> > RealPlayer nor many audio players will stream _alot_ of real fm
> > streams. Although some FM stations do broadcast online as well.
> >
> > I would not really suggest RealPlayer, but it will do the job. I
> > again, would urge you to use XMMS. Use yum to download XMMS as I have
> > perscribed before. The software Mos was speaking of was for a FM
> > Tuner card. To use the software you would need the card, its a
> > hardware device that must be installed. Ie, unless you have one, you
> > must buy and install them, they are hardware, not so! ftware. Eitherway
> > with these cards, you will only get your local radio broadcasts.
> >
> > Hope this has cleared up any mis-understandings...
> >
> > On 12/12/05, Hoffmann wrote:
> > > Synister Syntax wrote:
> > > Hoffman,
> > >
> > > I will assume you refer to a online streaming radio station, and> > not
> a FM tuner card/software package.
> > >
> > > If you are infact talking about an online radio stations
> > > broadcast, the answer is yes. Of course, for that matter. You will
> > > need to download, an mp3 player (as long as its a mp3 feed). A great
> > > choice would be XMMS. But of course, you can use any player thats
> > > able to play mp3 streams. If you do go with xmms, be sure to get the
> > > mp3 plugin.
> > >
> > > yum install XMMS
> > >
>! > > Hope this helps, enjoy.
> > >
> > > - SynSyn
> > >
> > > On 12/12/05, Antonio Montagnani wrote:
> > > > Hoffmann ha scritto / said the following il giorno/on 12/12/2005
> 22:33:
> > > >
> > > > > Hello,
> > > > >&g! t; > Is it possible to listen to radio stations on FC4? If
> > affirmative,
> > > > > does anyone have some hints about that?
> >! > > > Thanks!
> > > > > Hoffmann
> > > > >
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> > > > Yessss.
> > > >
> > > > basically you have two types of streaming (Mp3 or Windows Media
> Player).
> > > > For MP3 streaming Xmms with ! Mp3 plugin is o.k.
> > > > For WMP you have to install the mplayer-plugin for Firefox Mozilla and
> > > > alike.
> > > > Some googling should help
> > > >
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> > > Hi All,
> > >> > I decided to install Real Player 10 on FC4 and, finally, now I can
> listen
> > > to thousands of internet radios. The q! uality of the sound is really
> > amazing,
> > > and Fedora is the best.
> > >
> > > Thanks a lot for all of you that kindly helped m! e to solve the
> problem.
> > >
> > > Best,
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> > Hello SynSyn,
> >
> > I installed XMMS but, probably, I don't know how to configure it very
> well.
> > Could you give me some hints about that? I think I am almost there ! ... I
> > decided not use Real Player, since it freezes the screen.
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Hoffmann
> >
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> Hi SynSyn,
>
> Unfortunately, XMMS is not working, yet.
> As I told before, I have the output plugin enabled, etc. However, when I
> try to listen to radio strem, XMMS is louched, but it didn't start working
> at all.
> Can I hear from you again?
> Thanks!
> Hoffmann
>
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SynSyn:

Infact, I am having trouble getting XMMS to work.
I am exeduting the XMMS binary neither via Shell, nor X menu. I mean, ater entering on the SHOUTcast web site, I just click on the radio I am interested in and, after that, XMMS is louched normaly (by using the button "open with xmms").  Ok. XMMS is louched, but it DIDN'T start playing the music.
That is my problem.
Thanks!
Hoffmann


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