No specified modes
kernelbasher at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 07:19:47 EDT 2011
On 27/08/11 09:53, gary wrote:
> I've got something downloading using a UK proxy.
> I'm a fan of the Beeb. I have XM in the car, which has two BBC feeds.
> (The pop music channel is awful, but the World Service is great.) Also a
> squeezebox to listen to various BBC streams.
> I'm not sure if you have any BBC audio I can't get via podcast, but at
> least I have another means for download.
> I also have XMBC, which has a get_iplayer hook, though I think I rather
> PVR, especially if I have to use a proxy.
> I tried to set up get_iplayer on my windows box that already is set up
> with WAMP server (appache mysql php on windows), but no luck. I may ask
> about that later. [I'm running php code on it, but never set up a CGI
> Ultimately I think I will just use the command line since the author
> doesn't trust the Appache in the CGI.
> On 8/27/2011 1:38 AM, Chris Marriott wrote:
>> -----Original Message----- From: gary
>> Sent: Saturday, August 27, 2011 9:21 AM
>> To: get_iplayer at lists.infradead.org
>> Subject: Re: No specified modes
>>> OK, but when I listened to the Linux Outlaws "Oggcamp" episode, they
>>> made it sound like get_iplayer got around the proxy. I just played it
>>> again, and maybe that was just my interpretation.
>> As stated, you'll be able to use "get_iplayer" to download radio
>> programs without any problem, and the BBC do some truly excellent radio
>> comedy, drama, documentaries, etc. It forms the mainstay on my
>> travelling-to-work iPod listening.
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I can confirm Proxy was required for video downloads attempted in USA
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