I use a custom compiled version of Wine and Minitube (no actual source changed, just compiled instead of installed from software centre), however for some reason their icons show up as grey question marks instead of the standard icon files. I'm pretty sure it's not an installation issue.
Sorry, but sources of minitube for linux is still in 2.0 version. Just take a look at discussion at: http://flavio.tordini.org/minitube-2-1- … scriptions (and of course sources). Maybe git version...?Minitube works good enough with phonon-vlc. There's not this bug: http://chakra-project.org/bbs/viewtopic.php?id=9146Sorry for my English, too
Since old minitube-versions seem to be broken and the official tar.gz does not work (at least for me) - here's the link to the debian forum, where user "stevepusser" linked his selfcomliped package: http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=58237. His minitube 1.3 works, so thanks from here... :)
I have installed Minitube to my netbook then I tried to install to my desktop. But when I clicked to more info button I got "There isn’t a software package called “minitube-ubuntu” in your current software sources." error message.
Since the standard installed video-lens in 12.04 also covers youtube, the youtube-lens seems obsolete. However, the programme that connects the youtube lens with minitube (scope-youtube) doesn't seem to connect the videos lens and minitube.
Is there any way to have those videos not opened in my browser but in Minitube?
I tried today MiniTube for the first on Ubuntu 12.04 and it simply doesn't work. There are loads of reviews on the Software Centre from 12.04 users saying exactly the same. I contacted the developer and he simply told me to buy a newer version of MiniTube.
It seems to me that MiniTube 1.6 is a nothing more than a decoy for commercial software.