ian at themagictree.co.uk
Thu May 12 06:12:37 UTC 2005
Sara Vasquez wrote:
> So I finally have the sound working, but sometimes my kafeine player
> would crash I found this thread at the ubuntu forums
> but I am wondering if anyone else has tried and how to do it, Also
> since i am new i don't know how to do the dpkg -i thing do i just
> type the name of the dowload afterwrds.
Open a console, and in the directory where you downloaded the package type :
"sudo dpkg - i kaffeine_0.6-1_i386.deb"
This will install the replacement kaffeine package. However, you should
make sure that YOU are happy trusting the provider of the package, and
that it isn't going to damage your installation. I read the reports on
the forum, and felt bold enough to take the chance, as the original
kaffeine package would hang, using 100% CPU if I tried to quit it. This
updated version seems to have fixed this problem for me.
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