From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; WinNT4.0; en-US; rv:1.0rc1) Gecko/20020417 BuildID: 2002041711 Hi, I installed RealOne plug-in (the latest RealPlayer). In the indicated above URL there is a link (right hand, bottom of the page) "J2EE Web Services Architecture". It should open another browser window with the RealPlayer plugin. But it reports the browser has required plug-ins installed and not installed. Among missing ones is the latest RealPlayer. I have checked the required DLL is in the Plugins directory. Another confirmation of "missing" RealPlayer. In the URL http://www.russia-in-us.com/Music/Collections/Ofman/russianestrada/index.html there are a lot of links to the streaming songs. Clicking on any of them opens a dialog asking the confirmation to open with RealPlayer. Answering "yes" does nothing. Another Plug-ins problem (probably related to this). Open the URL http://java.sun.com. On the left hand side of this page (close to the bottom) there is heading "Get local!". Under this heading there is an applet running. Mozilla does not show it. All plug-ins described above work with Netscape 4.X and MS IE on the same machine. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. See above 2. 3.
Is RealOne in the list you get by selecting "About Plug-ins" from the "Help" menu?
Here are some answers to this long bug report :-) #1 : cannot verify it, you have to register ?! #2 : no problem loading and hearing songs. I have Real One player installed, and no problem. Do you have nppl3260.dll in plugins folder ? #3 : I see all applets in java.sun.com pages. I am using JRE 1.4.0. In order to make it work, you *must* have in plugins folder : NPOJI610.dll NPJava11.dll NPJava12.dll NPJava13.dll NPJava32.dll NPJPI140.dll Hope I help a little :-)
Hi, Comment #1 From Boris Zbarsky: ============================== Yes, RealOne is in the list I get by selecting "About Plug-ins" from the "Help" menu. And the indicated DLL in this list in the plugin directory. Comment #2 From Frederic Bezies =============================== #1 : You can register. It is free and takes 10-15 seconds. #2 : Just double checked it. Rebooted, just in case. The same proble. Have you verified on NT (SP6) OS? This is a content of my Plugins folder: NPJava11.dll NPJava12.dll NPJava131_01.dll NPJava32.dll npnul32.dll nppdf32.dll nprjplug.dll I do not have nppl3260.dll in my Plugins folder. But after I installed RealOne several minutes ago other browsers play the corresponding files. #3 : I am using JRE 1.3.1. There reasons when I cannot go to 1.4.0. Some jave software (IDEs, installation programs) do not work with JRE 1.4.0 But those applets do NOT require 1.4.0. a) Other browsers work using JRE 1.3.1. b) Besides, even 1.2.X is good to run those applets.
wfm using build 2002042803 on Win2k + JRE 1.4.0 and Real 8 + Real G2 plug-in (nppl3260.dll): oracle, russian site and java.sun.com. However, I agree Real on Mozilla is tricky. Dunno about RealOne.
Some additional info about Comment #2 From Frederic Bezies: ================================ I have manually copied nppl3260.dll from the Netscape 4.79 Plugin folder into the Mozilla plugin folder. Still it does not play.
In answer to comment #3 : I have NT 5.1 aka XP. For Real One, it install plugins files for Opera (using nppl3260.dll as plugin). So, I grab it from opera plugin folder to mozilla's one. For Java, you miss NPOJxxxx.dll, which is very important for applet. You can find it in Java folder. Mozilla requires you install plugins by hand ! In answer to comment #4 : Installing Real One is the same for Real 8. Even if Real says it would not work with mozilla :-) In answer to comment #5 : Do you have entered "about:plugins" in order to /register/ new plugin in Mozilla ? It is tricky, but it work after that.
Hi, Comment #6 From Frederic Bezies =============================== --- For Java, you miss NPOJxxxx.dll. I checked it. Yes, it works with it. But I have not missed it. How I supposed to know about it? Moreover, in order to have Java enabled browser I do not have to have Java installed on my machine. Java runtime (with all required DLLs should come with the browser) --- Mozilla requires you install plugins by hand ! Not necessarily. The problem exists with not ALL plugins (Adobe Acrobat works). Another question. In spite this is not convenient (to say the least) to install ALL (!?) plugins by hand how do I know about it? The installation program did not inform me. The Help | About Plugins shows the whole bunch of installed plugins and some of them (for instance, Adobe Acrobat) works fine. I do not agree that this is right. --- Installing Real One is the same for Real 8 Agree. But it does not do us any good. I install the player. It DOES NOT say it would not work with Mozilla but the problem still there. I did one more time a minute ago. --- Do you have entered "about:plugins" in order to /register/ new plugin in Mozilla. ? It is tricky, but it work after that. I can enter there. There is NO either a link or a menu item to "register" new plugin. I could not also find such in the preferences.
In answer to Comment #8 : 1) There is a bug number in mozilla in order to detect and install plugins like java at setup time. Cannot remember bug number. :-/ For dll to install, just right click on it and go to properties. It should be interesting ;-) JRE is coming with NS 6.x, not Mozilla. License problem ? 2) Having not a lot of information is a /bug/ from plugins creator ! Acrobat is one of the kindest software maker :-) I installed Java, real, quicktime, Cosmo (for VRML), Windows Media Player, and other plugins. And in order to know what file to install, Opera is sometimes a good help ;-) 3) Read in http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=140717#c10 I now solve the problem. Realone doesn't add nppl3260.dll in mozilla plugin folder. I got this file from my friend who is using RealPlayer 8. But this is incompatible with Realone. Later I've found that when I installed Realone, it automatically added nppl3260.dll to Opera plugin folder. I copied it to mozilla. Then everything works fine. Because I installed Realone earlier than Opera. I could not find the latest version of nppl3260.dll until I installed Realone for the 2nd time. Thank you for the help from all. 4) Mozilla seems to "register" its plugins by using "about:mozilla" (without quotes) URL. (see also help menu). Hope I help :-)
Comment #8 From Frederic Bezies =============================== Yes Realone doesn't add nppl3260.dll in mozilla plugin folder and it does add it to the Netscape 4.79 Plugins folder. I added it to the Mozilla Plugins folder. But it DOES NOT solve the problem. I removed it. The http://www.geocities.com/ofmang/greg/shockbl2.html page has several links to the Real stream files. I can play them without nppl3260.dll. The same is true for the links on the page: http://members.tripod.com/ogreg/shaov.html. The common thing between them is that these links point to *.ram files. The links on the page http://www.russia-in-us.com/Music/Collections/Ofman/russianestrada/index.html where I cannot play point to the *.cgi files. I investigate the way how the play is going. It donwloads a CGI file into Temp directory first. Then using it is trying to get the real stream and play it. But for some reasons it fails. I went to Preferences | Helper Applications and added one entry there: ----------------------------------- extension: ram rmm MIME Type: audio/x-pn-realaudio Location [Full path]\RealPlay.exe ----------------------------------- "Ask me before opening downloaded files of this type" is checked (by default) but it does not affect anything?????????? With this entry it started to work. Once again, without this nppl3260.dll! This dll might be required by Opera and Netscape 4.X but not Mozilla. I also search the whole system drive where MS IE is. I did not find this dll there. It means that MS IE does not require it either. Realone works fine with MS IE. So this problem is still open. For dll to install, just right click on it and go to properties. I did but it opens a small window titled "Element Properties" with the text "Text language: English". So it does not let me register anything. With such tricky things it would be very nice add the ReadMe file to the installation program to inform about things as Java DLL. I still do not understand why Mozilla reports that Java plugins installed but missed some DLLs.
Comment #8 From Frederic Bezies Some more info to this. =============================== A added nppl3260.dll in the Mozilla Plugins folder again. Then I tried the URL http://otn.oracle.com withe link I reported in the first posting. It works now. But it is obvious that this link on the indicated page from the Oracle site uses this DLL to check ONLY if Realone plugin is installed. I am sure that it does not use it.
In answer to comment #9 : nppl3260.dll : RealPlayer(tm) G2 LiveConnect-Enabled Plug-In (32-bit) Mime type : audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin So without it, no real support in mozilla. Real One had this file too in his temporary install folder ~rntemp. Real One dlls : - RealOne Player Version NS Plugin (*.*) - RealPlayer(tm) as Plug-in (*.rpm) The "Ask me before opening downloaded files of this type" is unchecked on my mozilla, because I tell mozilla to always open real content with real player (audio in this case). Registration is done by mozilla itself. Looking at properties is helpful to know what a file done. There is a site with plugins installation, but I lost its url :-/ For java, it is tricky, yes. But Releases notes on mozilla.org website are helpful too !
this is a dup of 133282 *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 133282 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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