[clug] Handling realplayer or mms: in Linux
Michael.James at csiro.au
Mon May 10 02:56:50 GMT 2004
On Sunday 09 May 2004 17:40, Brad Hards wrote:
> I caught a part of an interview with Lawrence Lessig on Triple J on Thursday
> night, where he discussed how copyright laws were being used to suppress
> Apparently, you can download the Hack interviews from their website:
> http://www.triplej.abc.net.au/hack/default.htm I just can't make it work. I
> am now having moral problems booting a windows machine to listen to this
> interview. If anyone can help me in the dilemma, I'd appreciate it.
Under Suse I just clicked on the link and (after registering to realplayer)
it just worked. Now I want to record the program to a normal audio CD
so my non-technical non-internet parents can listen to it.
(The intent is noble even if the legalities are murky)
Is there a plug-in to the arts sound system
that can hive off a copy to a file?
Or is there a Linux realplayer-client-clone that can snarf programs?
Michael James michael.james at csiro.au
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