[gst-devel] Totem or no Totem was Re: GNOME Development Series Snapshot 2.3.0: "Mighty Atom"

Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller Uraeus at linuxrising.org
Sat Apr 12 06:10:03 CEST 2003

On Sat, 2003-04-12 at 15:00, J. Gardner Biggs wrote:

> I am lurking here as well, but I gave up on all the gstreamer backend
> apps months ago, like gst-player and rhythmbox.  They just didn't work
> well were too much of a PITA to setup and get working (if at all)
> properly.
Well since that time there has been a stable release of GStreamer and a release of
Gst-player working which is suppose to work with that release. GStreamer
has also started to be bundled with distrobutions meaning that more of
the pre-req libraries are already installed.

Latest net-rhythmbox was released today which also should compile and
run easily. 

That you had trouble months ago is sad, but a fact that happens when you
start using apps out of CVS.

> xine works, and can play just about anything.  Just my two cents from a
> user.
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Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller <Uraeus at linuxrising.org>

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