- How-To smbfs: smbmnt must be installed suid root
Okay, so I was trying to mount SAMBA shares so all the programs could see them. Sounds simply it's so not! So when I finally found a program that could find the shares. They wouldn't mount. You have to follow this guys code. see note.
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Note: for the problem: "smbmnt must be installed suid root for direct user mounts" type in a console to resolve this: $ sudo chmod u+s `which smbmnt` in order to be able to mount the shared directory , and: $ sudo chmod u+s `which smbumount` in order to be able to umount the shared directory.
- save .ram/.rm (real media stuff) file to hard disk,how?
leahcim first two comments were really useful. "To save a Real Media file you simply do this. If it a .Ram file,save it.Right click and save as to desktop.It will be small. After it is saved to your desktop,open the .Ram file with NOTEPAD." and " If I do that I'll get addresses with rtsp:// or pnm://. How do I save them? I can't just right click on them??? Yes.... you have to save the link in to a web page in order for you to right click on it and choose the option "save target as" finally "it did not work when I copied either of the address’s thats when i downloaded Offline Explorer Pro"
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Note: Convert *.ram to anything: http://www.moviecodec.com/topics/995p2.html
ConvertXtoDVD can also do it:
(no joy for me b/c i'm using real alternative)
I've also tried the foll ...moreowing (with no joy):
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