[linux-audio-user] Lend me your ears
illth at gmx.de
Mon May 30 08:00:55 EDT 2005
Mark Constable schrieb:
>On Monday 30 May 2005 21:11, james at dis-dot-dat.net wrote:
>>On Mon, 30 May, 2005 at 12:54PM +0100, nigel henry spake thus:
>>>Hi James. Why is it when I click on your .ogg files the downloader opens up
>>>kwrite, and all I end up with is a load of code in kwrite? Normally I get the
>>>"open or save the file" box. I mean, I'd like to listen to the tune not read
>>>the .ogg code.
>>>This is on FC1, KDE, and Kmail. Probably a stupid error on my part, but any
>>>hints would be welcome. Nigel.
>>Not your fault. It happens to me, too. For some reason, konqueror
>>isn't recognising that it's anything that shouldn't be read by human
>>eyes. This might be the server or konqueror, I'm not sure.
># curl -I http://dis-dot-dat.net/music/alltehtriptest.ogg
>HTTP/1.1 200 OK
>You have to tell your apache server to deliver a content type of
>application/ogg for Ogg Vorbis files.
>echo "application/ogg ogg" >> /etc/mime.types and restart apache.
this is only possible if thats an root-server and not a virtual webserver.
in case its an virtual one, you have to do the following:
add a line
AddType application/ogg ogg
to a file named .htaccess in that directory where your .ogg file resides.
if the .htaccess file doesn't exist, create it.
>curl -I http://radio.opensrc.org/Merelte_Tuulee__Vesuris_Kmoeno_Mix.ogg
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