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How to use XMMS as a Net Radio with Mozilla
Nov. 06, 2002

From a Desktop reader . . .

Want to XMMS as a streaming audio player with Mozilla?

First, open your Mozilla browser. In the Edit menu of the Mozilla browser, select Preferences. In the Navigator section in the left pane, select Helper Applications. We're going to give Mozilla a new mime type to recognize mp3 streams. In the right pane, you'll see the mime types that Mozilla currently recognized. Select New Type.

In the resulting window, you'll enter the following:
  • File Extension: m3u, pls
  • MIME Type: audio/x-mpegurl
  • Application to use: xmms %s
  • Select OK.

Enjoy streaming music via the browser while you run Linux in your PC.

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