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    [xubuntu] Re: gstreamer videosink error

    The solution to the Xubuntu Parole errors:

    "GStreamer backend error"

    and

    "Could not initialise Xv output"


    is to run in the command line the following, only once:
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    Re: Second-life and 12.10

    Regarding the fontconfig issue:

    I figured a way to make Second Life client run in Ubuntu / Xubuntu / Lubuntu 12.10 32-bit, by fixing the fontconfig issue, until Linden Lab fixes the client:
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gstreamer Bug in 12.04

    Why don't they go back to the gstreamer plugins used in Ubuntu 11.10?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gstreamer Bug in 12.04

    After installing the gstreamer bad 0.10.23 manually, the command you mentioned returns nothing.

    Also the command:


    root@ioannis-VirtualBox:~# gst-inspect |grep -i videoparser


    returns...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gstreamer Bug in 12.04

    Thank you for your reply.

    After removing Ubuntu 12.04.1's gstreamer bad 0.10.22 packages, and installing gstreamer bad 0.10.23 from its sources, all my mp4 files that were not playing in Totem and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gstreamer Bug in 12.04

    The issue is not solved, why is the title saying "solved"?

    I have clean installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 32-bit, have installed all package updates, and the issue remains.

    Only when I manually...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: trouble installing VMware 7 on Ubuntu 10.04.1

    Just came across this discussion and thought to give some feedback.

    I have been using the latest VMWare Workstation with Ubuntu since VMware 6.5.x at least, with no problems as far as I remember....
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    [all variants] Re: Acer Aspire 8920G

    I have an Acer 8920G with 2 HDDs and BIOS version 1.15, and it works out of the box with Ubuntu Linux 9.10. So these days, Acer 8920G is OK for Ubuntu Linux.
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