Florin Andrei wrote:
What *if* you don't want to install / run WINE? ...
If you install GXine (the Gnome UI for Xine) you also get a Mozilla plugin, so you can play all those nifty media formats in Mozilla (including stuff like Real, Quicktime, Windows Media - provided that you enable Xine to play them, by installing the .dll's).
I'm happy to say that I am running xine and using to to watch dvds, quicktime and other media - and I _don't_ have wine installed.
xine has improved immensely in the several months since I'd last tried it -
At this point xine does everything as well or better than mplayer and ogle, thus xine is all I need to use at this point.
"Hooray - I don't need the windoze quicktime/wine kludge anymore!"
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