celson.aquino at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 13:11:22 UTC 2005
> That should only happen in warty, IIUC. In hoary ubuntu-desktop allows ...
But I am using Hoary (5.04)!
2005/7/8, Michael R Head <burner at suppressingfire.org>:
> On Fri, 2005-07-08 at 09:16 -0300, Celson Aquino wrote:
> > Ziyad said
> > > MPlayer, and Totem (with the Xine pack-end) should play them fine. Just
> > > install the packages "totem-xine" and "w32codecs"¹ and try playing them
> > > with Totem.
> > >
> > But when I try (in my TEST ubuntu partition) to do an "apt-get install
> > totem-xine" it says it will uninstall totem-gstreamer.
> > I feel bad in remove the ubuntu default that is totem-gstreamer
> > because I dont understand so much about this and I dont know if it
> > will bring me problems in the future.
> > Someone can tell me something about this?
> That should only happen in warty, IIUC. In hoary ubuntu-desktop allows
> totem-xine to be installed instead of totem-gstreamer. Either way, it's
> OK. The ubuntu-desktop is an empty package that just depends on all the
> Ubuntu-selected apps. It adds nothing on its own.
> The only issue you might find is when you upgrade to hoary, since the
> ubuntu-desktop package pulls in more (and different) packages than the
> warty one. At that point, you can always 'sudo apt-get install
> ubuntu-desktop' to get all the extra Ubuntu-ordained packages.
> Michael R Head <burner at suppressingfire.org>
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