Sat Apr 25 20:11:48 NZST 2009
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 steps
> (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.
> Cheers, Peter
> 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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