I followed the instructions given and found rythmbox
defaults to "paused" when the play is actioned ( by
doubleclick or play radio ) then total lock-up occurs and
forced quit is needed. I tried the same thing in Amarok but
the stream would not play giving a "there is no audio
channel" error. Both players do a play other streams but not
the one I would like to hear.
Nope, no install script necessary. Just follow these
(on Ubuntu 8.10): - open rhythmbox
- navigate to Library -> Radio
- right-click in the list on the right hand side and
select "New Internet Radio Station"
- paste the link in the dialog box that popped up and
click "Add" - select this new internet radio and click on
NB: Rhythmbox seems a bit buggy and might not manage to
play the radio immediately. But after a few times
double-clicking on the radio (or selecting the station and
the clicking on the "Play" button) it finally starts
playing the stream.
Peter Reutemann, Dept. of Computer Science, University of
Waikato, NZ http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~fracpete/
Ph. +64 (7) 858-5174
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