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  1. Makavelinine6

    Makavelinine6 New Member

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    How do I tune in on linux? I'm a total noob with linux. I tried the pls file and it opens with real player but then real player says:

    Unable to establish a connection with the server. (http://dnbradio2.intelligent-junglist.com:7999/)

    and closes.

    Plz help i need da beatz!!!
     
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    Makavelinine6 New Member

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    amarok, just opened the playlist with that and it worked

    :slayer:
     
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    Works fine on Ubuntu's movie player. Listen to this station all day at work :p
     
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    The simplest answer

    VLC- dubyah dubyah dubyah dot videolan dot org (forum won't let me post URLs), plays almost every form of audio and video. There are also binaries for Windows and MacOS too- where it's a great alternative to WMP or Quicktime. A hell of a lot better than Amarok, or similar, too.

    For Umbongo Linux users, it's as simple as "sudo aptitude install vlc", or use add/remove from the Umbongo menu in the top left corner (assuming you're using the out of the box GNOME interface).

    Delayed response FTW :)
     

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