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So my son tells me that Slackware is the way to go. I don't know one from the next so it's all good to me. I'm an escapee from the world of micro$HAFT. I did a lot of programming back when BASIC was the only choice. I repartitioned my HD and I was off.
First, I used a live CD to repartition my HD. I'm not the only user on this computer so I have to leave the other OS intact. I tried with Slackware to figure out how to change my partitions, but I was scared I would wreak something....
I installed mplayer with the following options.
I downloaded live stream.
mplayer detected live stream libraries.
I am trying to play live stream videos, it is showing the
iplist allows users with no or basic knowledge of iptables to filter (e.g. to block) network traffic based on
(automatically updated) lists. These lists have various formats and are sorted by different categories (e.g. countries,
Apache Tomcat is a web container, or application server developed at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat implements the servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications from Sun Microsystems, providing an environment for Java code to run in cooperation with a web server. It adds tools for configuration and management but can also be configured by editing configuration files that are normally XML-formatted. Tomcat includes its own internal HTTP server.