Did you check the availability of gxine plug-in?
From gxine "INSTALL" doc:
Browser plugin location
The browser plugin is installed (by "make install") as
(where $(libprefix) is normally /usr/lib or /usr/local/lib).
You will need to link to it from or copy it somewhere where your browser
will see it. This is probably in at least two of the following locations (at
least one per-user and one system-wide):
If you have mplayer too, you maybe interested in this:
I am not using Linux right now. So, I cant more help you at this moment.
Braun Brelin napisał(a):
> Hello all,
>> Can someone tell me how I can get my SuSE Linux system/Mozilla firefox
> 1.5 to actually play videos from CNN? I have gxine on my system and
> it plays .WMV files with no problem, but I can't see how to associate
> .wmv extensions with gxine on mozilla. There's a "View and Edit
> actions" button under Edit->Preferences->Downloads, but ti doesn't
> seem to be able to give me the ability to add new extensions.
>> I'm also not sure that this is the right thing to do any way. When I
> try to click on a CNN video, it gives me an error saying that it can't
> find Windows Media Player. Does this mean I have to install WMP under
> Wine or some such?
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