Gary Kline wrote:
Totem is not good DVD player and that has to do nothing with the
FreeBSD, OpenBSD or whatever Linux you want to use. You may read
here why is so difficult to use DVDs
Well, totem chokes when trying to play a DVD,
Ogle is by far the best DVD player but VLC and MPlayer are able to play
stunning number of different proprietary and non-proprietary video and
K3b works fine or I should say as good as on any of major Linux
distribution. Something is wrong with your configuration.
but kmplayer works
--altho with fewer control flow options. And after compiling
in "device atapicam" into my KERNCONF, k3b still chokes.
Read very carefully
$ make showinfo /usr/ports/sysutils/k3b
Depends what you mean by playing. Some people use Flash or Java for work
and FreeBSD is definitely not for them.
For me personally works boot as a professional tool and as life-stile
OS. But then it doesn't work for my mother in law and probably
For "toys", Linux; for superior [unbeatable] stability, FreeBSD
is still first rate.
it doesn't work for 99% of other casual computer users.
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