Hmmm ... Not on my system. And I too frequent YouTube a lotspiritraveller wrote:Flash 9 Beta 2 makes Firefox crash very frequently.
Works perfectly here. I use the mplayer-plugin. CNN will first give me a "Plugin Warning", e.g. that Windows Media Player is not installed ... of course it isn't. I am not even using Windows Clicking onto "Continue to Video" will load the mplayer-plugin and CNN's videos will then play without problem.spiritraveller wrote:CNN Video doesn't work.
clem wrote:A CD can only contain 700MB of compressed data. Not everybody needs a database application on their desktop.
When OpenOffice was chosen as the default office suite for Linux Mint two facts came to my attention: the whole suite takes a lot of space and only two of its applications are used a lot by people (word processing and spreadsheet).
In Bea a third application was added simply because people do receive a lot of PPT jokes by email.. from their friends who are still running Windows. And so they need a way to "read" those files.
Cool Beans, thanks. The need is Open Office is a major contender against M$ Office, base is a decent replacement for Access. Having viable alternatives to M$ is needed for Linux to continue to grow.clem wrote:The main concern is the size and the bandwidth, but it's a good point. I suppose these packages should be in the repository. I'll look into that.
ccc771 wrote:did anyone say suggestions!
1. the embedded streaming player needs to be changed from mplayer to a realplayer plugin
Install Cedegaccc771 wrote:2. needs something like wine embedded in MINT to so we can play play WINDOWS games on our MINT if we want to
ccc771 wrote:3. Needs something like alien included to help MINT users translate RPM files to debian packages
ccc771 wrote:this lastest distribition Bianca MINT 2.2 is great ! i love it! if you can get around to the above suggestions would be even better...!
Keep Up the good work MINT Programers...
ccc771 wrote:thanks for your reply marcus!
ccc771 wrote:i wasnt sure how to use the mplayer plugin but now i have the info i need from the above posts!
ccc771 wrote:yes i know about cedega but its not free, but i will consider it in the future.
ccc771 wrote:Obviously...to develop software costs money$ maybe in the future the people from Mint will consider a non free version with all these things pre installed.
for people who want this from the get go.
scorp123 wrote:Works perfectly here. I use the mplayer-plugin. CNN will first give me a "Plugin Warning", e.g. that Windows Media Player is not installed ... of course it isn't. I am not even using Windows Clicking onto "Continue to Video" will load the mplayer-plugin and CNN's videos will then play without problem.
antiquexray wrote:I can't get the video to work. I click on the "continue button and all I get is sound. What else can I try? BTW, I did follow Alephcat's instructions on how to get BBC and CNN video working, but I sacrificed the ability to see other video with MPlayer. I didn't know how to undo, so I reinstalled Mint.
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