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Is there any player for RealPlayer .Ram files in Red Hat Linux?

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MPlayer can also play RealAudio and RealVideo using a binary-only (x86) codec:
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/homepage/design6/info.html

Moreover, you can plug it into your browser:
http://fredrik.hubbe.net/plugger.html
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sunny, I downloaded the packages, but it is not working, it gives me error "invalid packages", I think it is for SPARC processor, and I'm using Intel

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I cann't find the suitable OS ( I have Red Hat 9 on Intel), the options of Red hat are:
- Alpha
- SPARC
- PPC 2000

also my country is not there:) Sudan

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from architectures supported

Linux 2.x:
120 MHz Intel Pentium processor or equivalent

32MB of RAM

14.4Kbps modem (audio only); 28.8Kbps modem (video)

16-bit sound card and speakers

16-bit video display for video

Linux 2.x-based distribution

Internet connection and web browser

chck the link on the left bottom of the page with form saying "Minimum requirements for RealPlayer for UNIX/Linux "

the locations are only mirrors .... you can download from any mirror ... just take care to download the package for right architecture .. you can also get the same player from
https://player.helixcommunity.org/?from=forms
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