I'm using GNOME 3.6.When I'm clicking on a MIDI file, Totem opens and gives me this error message : "The playback of this movie requires a audio/midi decoder plugin which is not installed".I know MIDI playback works with VLC or command-line timidity, but I would like to know if there is a way to do this with Totem, since VLC doesn't work well on my computer, and launching
I have a Vodafone Webbook that used the Linux (ver10.04) that couldn't connect through my Vodafone K3565 dongle, so I upgraded to it to 12.04.
Now it doesn't want to play any movies, AVI or Mp4, and still no connection through the dongle.
The error message for the movies is :
An error occurred The playback of this movie requires a XVID MPEG-4 decoder plugin which is not installed.
Setup:Computer1 runs vsftpd, Computer2 (in the same LAN) connects to this via nautilus. That works.Problem:Playing mp3 files arranged by a playlist from Computer1 on Computer2 with totem works for about 2 songs, but trying to start the third one, totem complains it can't find the stream source.
Hey guys if I download a purchased movie from Google play movies and try to play it it gives an error message. I even tried a clean flag but still there's an error message. Does anyone have the same problem or have a solution to it?
I installed flash plugin by following step the web pase in http://www.if-not-true-then-false.co...-red-hat-rhel/. But, in about:plugins the shockwave does not appear on list. On the terminal, I check if the plugin is installed:
ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/