[SunHELP] Sirius Internet Radio on Solaris/SPARC 9/10

Francois Dion francois.dion at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 12:29:30 CST 2008

On Jan 4, 2008 12:45 PM, Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa at mcw.edu> wrote:
> Rodney Sparapani wrote:
> >
> > Ok, one last try.  I can't seem to get the plug-in to compile.  But, it
> > gave me a hint.  It requires Mozilla rather than Firefox.  So, I used
> > blastwave to install it.  Then, without installing the plugin, you can
> > log on to Sirius radio and press play.  However, you can't hear it.
> > The readout appears to suggest that you are logged in and it is playing,
> > but no audio.  Other applications can play sounds...
> >
> > Rodney
> Weird.  I just discovered that Mozilla is dead and Seamonkey is what it
> is called now (I thought that was something else).  Anyways, with
> Seamonkey installed and mplayer and VLC, etc. it is a little bit better.
>   You play the music and instead of the message "waiting for
> sirius.com", I get something like:
> javascript:myPlayer.Channel('cathowardstern','Howard100','...stern100',
> 'index.html','904fb9e635e7c65b1548f8f3ae9df4fee')
> So, that should be good except there is no sound?!?  I found out about
> MozPlugger, but that's source so I guess I'll look into that next.
> Rodney

Cant you use vlc directly? Or at least save the stream file and open
that with vlc?


More information about the SunHELP mailing list