Re: Red Hat EW Licensing
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David Krider said: <snip>
You know, I was going to start a new thread on this, but this is a perfect place to attach these comments.
I just spent about 2 hours trying to get Quicktime playing on my RHL9 workstation. For reference, my test .mov is the latest "Animatrix" movie. I have installed mplayer, and so far, I thought it was great, but there's nothing in the world I can seem to do to get it to play files in a browser. Which led me to install pre-made binaries for vlc. Both players lock up on the Animatrix film. Finally I decided to install Crossover Plugin, which I own, but wanted to get away from to use "native" tools, and it's buggered on RHL9. <snip>
I Downloaded an played the smae file myself yesterday you need to download and add the win32 codecs and it works like a charm. i have used both mplayer and xine to play the file.
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