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Does anyone have working Midi in Firefox on Fedora 15? So far I've tried:
Totem/Gstreamer plugins - should work, but doesn't, due to
VLC plugin, VLC from RPMFusion is packaged without Fluidsynth support
so this is a no go (Ubuntu seems to provide a fluidsynth plugin for
VLC as a separate package).
Mozplugger - shows up (twice) in about:plugins and with the default
configuration displays some play controls for the midi page I'm
trying. However it doesn't work, I've tried both the default
configuration and writing my own midi definition to load timidity.
Timidity from the command line will play from URLs happily.
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