rberger at rogers.com
Tue May 27 20:39:41 UTC 2008
Months ago on 7.10 I had problems with Miro crashing so I installed the
latest from their repository,
version 'gusty/'. It worked great.
But I've just upgraded to 8.04 and found the current Ubuntu version
dosen't like my previous version's data files. So I try installing
Miro's latest package from their repository again, but it requires
libxine < 1.1.8 not the 8.04's 184.108.40.206 version and will not install.
On Sun, 2008-05-25 at 21:56 -0400, steve wrote:
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> Dave Scott wrote:
> | Cybe R. Wizard wrote:
> |> Dave Scott <DaveScott at columbus.rr.com> said:
> |>> I wonder if the previous writer (Cybe R. Wizard) is running in a vm
> |>> also? I'm starting it via the Gnome Application menu and selecting
> |>> Miro out of the Video and Sound submenu.
> |> No, I've run it natively (each new version) under Ubuntu since it was
> |> Democracy TV or whatever they called it. It has never performed as
> |> well as I would expect for all the hype. It does work for a while but
> |> always seems to start crashing randomly.
> |> Cybe R. Wizard
> | I wonder then if Miro runs at all under any other distro? Also has
> | anyone been able to catch any log or study what takes it down?
> | Thanks,
> | Dave
> | --
> | David E. Scott
> | DScott91 at Columbus.rr.com
> I dont know. I used it under suse 10.0 as democracy player, use to
> crash once in a while. I dont recall any crashes at all from ubuntu 7's
> through 8.04. I use it nearly everyday to download video podcasts and
> such for the 3 hour round trips to work. using ver 1.2.3 here.
> - --
> Steve Reilly
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