|lrios||May 7, 1998 12:47 pm|
|Jason C. Wells||May 7, 1998 1:27 pm|
|lrios||May 7, 1998 2:10 pm|
|Jason C. Wells||May 7, 1998 2:24 pm|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 7, 1998 8:02 pm|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 7, 1998 10:02 pm|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 8, 1998 4:30 am|
|eT||May 8, 1998 8:46 am|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 8, 1998 9:19 am|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 11, 1998 6:13 am|
|Paul T. Root||May 11, 1998 8:53 am|
|Jason C. Wells||May 11, 1998 2:32 pm|
|Bruce A. Mah||May 11, 1998 9:23 pm|
|Bengt Gorden||May 12, 1998 1:23 am|
|David Boisvert||May 12, 1998 4:37 am|
|Wyatt Nordstrom||May 12, 1998 6:32 am|
|bri...@worldcontrol.com||May 12, 1998 1:39 pm|
|Subject:||Re: Real Audio|
|From:||Wyatt Nordstrom (wya...@nortel.ca)|
|Date:||May 8, 1998 4:30:39 am|
Sorry about that Bruce.
Just a quick note on this topic. The posts got my curiosity up. I downloaded and installed the real audio player version 3.0 last night. Seemed to work well, except for my cheap sound card. Guess I'll upgrade today. Anyways, I noticed that a lot of the Internet only radio sites require the real audio player version 5.0. So, I travel back to the real audio home page, and try to get the 5.0 version. It appears that real audio has determined that for whatever reason, they are not supporting real audio above version 3.0 for UNIX systems. This is awfull. Of course, they offer the full complimentary ports for the windows NT/95/3.1 family of operating systems.
I emailed them asking why, but have not heard back yet. Maybe all those interested in real audio should send them a message to try and inspire them into porting. After all the pro version of the program is only 29.00, and it seems like it contains some great bells and whistles.
If there are any other equivelent Internet radio clients out there, I would love a quick email about them.
Soon to be listening to the newest of music on the net, Wyatt
In message "Real Audio", bm...@CA.Sandia.GOV writes:
If memory serves me right, "Wyatt Nordstrom" wrote:
It takes about one minute to find the FreeBSD port on the real audio web page. Just go to the link for the free version of real audio. Then click on the button for platforms. On the bottom of the list you will see two selections. Both are for FreeBSD. Thats all there is too it.
I'm not the person who originally asked, but thank you for posting some directions. They were very helpful. Maybe I'm just stupid, but, like lrios, I had quite a bit of difficulty finding the right page too (and I've grabbed older versions of raplayer before). And yes, I spent a heckuva lot more time than "about one minute" looking, although admittedly in all the wrong places!
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