linux (still) just works!view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all, While at a flea market in California last winter, I picked up an USB belkin bluetooth dongle, thinking that it was time I learned some things about bluetooth. Well, I first got it working under vista (which I hate), just to see it the darn thing worked. I then spent about 8 hours trying to get it working under xp. (HowTos)

Why did totem stop supporting DLNA?view story

http://askubuntu.com – Argh, I’ve been watching all my videos over my network for years, now what do I do? Seems like a backwards move, as even my new TV can now play video off my dlna server. (HowTos)

[64 bit] Why does Totem require i386 gstreamer packages on amd64 system?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Whenever I click on an MKV file, Totem opens and complains that the required packages are not installed. It wants to install "gstreamer0.10-plugins-base (i386)". I wonder why though, I have "gstreamer0.10-plugins-base" installed. The amd64 version that is. (Hardware)

[all variants] Gstreamer Bug in 12.04view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hey everyone. I have recently upgraded to 12.04 and one of my favourite programs has become broken as a result (Minitube). After some digging around it appears that this is due to the new version of Gstreamer that is in the precise repos. For those that wish to replicate this bug quickly, it also happens in the youtube addon for Totem, as well as spitting out an error about missing codecs. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] youtube videos don't display since upgrade to 12.04view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – My system is 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04 using a Nvidia GeForce GTX 285M Graphics with 1GB GDDR3 Video Memory. Since upgrading to Ubuntu 12.04, I can no longer see youtube videos in Firefox, Totem or Minitube. I've included screenshots of what I see in Firefox. When I right-click on the Firefox section of where the video should display, I see the following options: Copy, Open with "Movie Player&qu (Hardware)

Xine - againview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I don't know why but I have installed everything Xine and Xine-related and play video files using it until my heart is content I can't make it the default player for a Fedora 16 machine using Gnome3 . I right-click a file and because I have added xine.desktop to all the video extensions in both /usr/share files I can open with the player but .... If I go to the files properties and try and cha (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Repairing Totemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, somebody please help me repairing Totem on 10.04, I've damaged it on an online friend's system. Quick history: OP installed VLC from the n-muench/vlc2 PPA which also installed libav* (libavformat52, ...) stuff version 0.6.2 Later he tried to install Frostwire which depends on mplayer which depends on libav* 0.5.1 and wasn't installable. (Hardware)

Totem doesn't reproduce some videos and it shouldview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hello, since I can't use VLC at the moment, I tried totem (Also, I wanted totem for nautilus thumbnails).Im having a weird behaviour. (HowTos)

GNOME: The GNOME Foundation Continues to Growview story

http://www.gnome.org – The GNOME Foundation Membership Committee is proud to announce our newly approved Foundation Members. (Software)

How to change Totem buffer size?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I've seen some suggestions by using gconf-editor but it doesn't seem to work anymore. The option may have been removed (see). Is there another way to increase Totem buffer size so when I see a video trough LAN it doesn't lag? (HowTos)