On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, Charlie Farinella wrote:

I'm still using Linux (Kubuntu, or Slackware) for my desktop machines,
and am wondering if FreeBSD is an option for the desktop.  I need to
run Audacity for instance, and would like to be able to view
audio-video content on the web.  Has that been difficult for people to
set up?

There are ports for Audacity (normal and -devel), and mplayer works for playing video (DVD, flv, and Quicktime are all I've used, I think). Integration with the web, particularly implementations that use Flash, are sometimes a problem. See the youtube-dl port, also.

-Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA
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