I notice a peculiar problem when I try to watch a video online.
It switches to a new one after about 5 to 10 seconds. It's weird. I booted up my Debian partition and there's no problem playing the video.
That's why I always switch back to Debian from LMDE and don't use LMDE for long. I always ALWAYS encounter some quirk or problem.
I post here about it and get criticized for no reason.
I still say testers don't do enough scrutiny of various tasks.
I have no idea how to solve it and not sure it's worth much time trying to figure it out. I know there's another bug around the corner. It's too bad, too.
They do a decent job polishing it and having an up-to-date system that supposedly works out the issues that Sid might deliver. But, small and minor annoyances mean that Debian is often more reliable in my experience.
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telenux wrote:It switches to a new one after about 5 to 10 seconds. It's weird. I booted up my Debian partition and there's no problem playing the video.
Unfortunately I'm not an LMDE dev so I can't help directly, but perhaps it'll be acceptable to point out the reason why, if I were a dev on that distro, I'd be deleting this from my pile and moving on.
Which browser? Which website? (Is this even a website or are we talking about video files hosted locally? -- In that case, which application are you using to play?) Version numbers? Which hardware?
No doubt developers don't have a lot of time to scrutinize every last thing a user might be expected to do (and since the sum total of what a user might be expected to do is infinite, there's probably not a lot of point in trying -- most of the time there will be a test harness to make sure that the thing boots and that packaged applications run but probably not a great deal more than that.
I realize that bugs are annoying but c'mon, give the guys a break. You're not being much help yourself.
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