Sorry, just to confirm I'm using mozilla-plugin-*vlc*
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 7:36 PM, Sergio Cipolla <secipo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes I installed it now here in a Sid based system and it's like you said.
> But testing has still VLC 1.0.6 so maybe it's different.
> That site I said doesn't work. I opened the browser from the terminal and
> saved the messages (the error says basically that it can't connect to a
> certain address).
> Before uninstalling gecko-mediaplayer and installing mozilla-plugin-mplayer
> I just made sure that that site worked and it did. What I can do if you
> think it's useful is to boot to another system that has gecko-mediaplayer
> and also save the messages I get from it.
> Do you want me to open another bug report or may I just send you the files
> by email?
> On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 7:28 PM, Christophe Mutricy <xto...@chewa.net>wrote:
>> Le Mon 05 Jul 10 à 18:58 -0300, Sergio Cipolla a écrit :
>> > Well, actually I installed vlc (and mozilla-plugin-vlc) in a minimal
>> > Debian system and in Iceweasel add-on window the plugins were named as
>> > the old mozilla-mplayer plugin, version 3.5.5. These plugins don't work.
>> The VLC plugin can't be named as the mozilla-mplayer plugin.
>> Here about:plugins shows:
>> VLC Multimedia Plug-in
>> Nom de fichier : libvlcplugin.so
>> Version 1.1.0 The Luggage, copyright 1996-2007 The VideoLAN Team
>> and then a long list of mime-type.
>> > Try for instance to watch www.suprememastertv.com with the plugin
>> > provided by VLC. By the way it never worked neither in Windows for me.
>> The one on the front page doesn't work (some playlist problem) but
>> works without trouble
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