The bulk of the content is now in /etc/modprobe.d/puppy.conf, and the sound related entries are moved to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa.conf.
I have looked through all the scripts in Woof and fixed a few that referenced modprobe.conf.
Comments:Posted on 20 Oct 2010, 12:55 by upnorth
mms links in web pages
I installed this in wary09 to test what worked in dpup10.
I can now click on mms:// uris in web pages and the link opens smplayer and plays (as i have it set up in wary09).
I haven't tested this yet with a pfix=ram environment in wary.
Also, you may need to create the new boolean of
so that it should prompt for an application the first time instead of giving the error message.
I'll test in a clean wary environment tomorrow.
Posted on 20 Oct 2010, 17:09 by Terryphi
View mms streams with Opera browser
Following on from upnorth's post above,using the libmms0 package mms streams can also be played with the Opera browser and gnome-mplayer. Here is how to set up Opera:
Click on "Add"
Open with other application: /usr/bin/gnome-mplayer
Click on "OK" twice to close both dialog boxes.
Browse to http://watch.squidtv.net/ to confirm that you can now view mms streams.
Posted on 20 Oct 2010, 22:50 by kirk
Where these the only scripts you had to change?
Posted on 21 Oct 2010, 2:15 by rjbrewer
Tried both the libmms and expose-all options in
Wary 09. Still get mms not enabled.
On my Wary install with 1.1.18 Seamonkey, a regular
about:config mms setup works fine without libmms
or expose -all mods.
Delicast.com lists different stream types.
Wary 09 does not have "gnome-mplayer" in /usr/bin.
It has /usr/bin/gmplayer.
Posted on 21 Oct 2010, 2:48 by upnorth
just confirmed to work with builtin gmplayer and seamonkey in pfix=ram environment mms://stream1.france24.yacast.net/f24_liveen
Posted on 21 Oct 2010, 5:28 by rjbrewer
Okay Up North;
Finally got it working with Warys Seamonkey and
Seems it needed the "expose" boolean instead of
the "external" boolean; not both.