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i was trying to play a rvmb file so i downloaded realplayer for linux but the sound is strange it sounds like slowed down..i didnt do anything about sounds.may it ...
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    realplayer sounds weird


    i was trying to play a rvmb file so i downloaded realplayer for linux
    but the sound is strange it sounds like slowed down..i didnt do anything about sounds.may it be because its kernel 2.4 ?

    and also im having trouble with installing web access .i did some setting in kde-control center network settings and get internet connected but it wont run again i dont know why.

    what exactly should i do to get internet connected in slackware linux?
    thanks in advance
    Last edited by slhtn; 05-07-2007 at 02:11 PM. Reason: one more thing

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    For the rvmb files idon't think that it's related to the Kernel.try to use mplayer.


    About your internet connection, it's a wifi connection ? please provide more informations.

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    no itsnot a wifi .its a zyxel ethernet modem.

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    if i understood correctly you want to setup a static ip connection.so have a look to this link.

    http://www.cae.wisc.edu/site/public/?title=linconftcpip

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    while loading it gives me soan error like the folllowing:

    /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1:line1:eth_up: command not found
    /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1:line2:eth_up: command not found

    what is the problem ?

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    Did you edit the /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf and add your arguments ?

    so you should execute this file during the boot time go as a root to /etc/rc.d/
    and do the following
    chmod +x rc.inet1.conf this command gives right to execute this file during the boot at any time you can switch off this by typing the following

    chmod -x .......


    provide me more information please


    hope this help.

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    i altered /etc/resolv.conf like so

    search local
    nameserver 192.168.1.1

    and i entered the command `rc.inet1 restart`

    and success finally
    thanks very much for responses

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