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.
Anyone else having problems playing content purchased on Google Play Movies and TV? For the past 2 days, all attempts to play movies and shows on my Google TV (Sony NSZ-GS7) that I've purchased on the Play Store have resulted in the following error message: "there was a problem while playing ". My other Android devices are also having problems.
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/