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Old 07-19-2006, 02:01 PM   #1
furqan
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How can i play audio and video files in fedora core 5?


Hello friend
Can anybody help me.

How can i play audio (mp3,audio..etc) and video (vob,mpg,dat,avi..etc) files in fedora core 5.I have installed realplayer but it play only ram and mp3 file and dosn't allow to maintain music libray so how can i do all this things.
Thanking you in a meanwhile.


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Old 07-19-2006, 02:14 PM   #2
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You know, this is so well hidden on the website that I can't find the faq for it!
It goes someting like:
Code:
yum install gstreamer-plugins-ugly ffmpeg
Ah, at last! Here it is!
 
Old 07-19-2006, 03:46 PM   #3
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Talking

Download and run Fedora Frog. It's a nice script that can get you most of the things you need for a home desktop.

http://easylinux.info/wiki/Fedora_frog

What can it do for me?

Fedora Frog can:

* Install extra repositories [RPMForge]

Note: Not all repositories are mutually compatible. See the Warning mixing repositories

* Install GUI frontend for yum [yumex]
* Install commonly needed multimedia codecs
* Install DVD playback capability
* Install Java JRE and its plugin for Firefox

Note: You will have to accept Sun's licence

* Install Macromedia Flash plugin for Firefox

Note: You need to restart Firefox after installation

* Install extra fonts (including msttcorefonts)
* Install graphics drivers for nVidia and ATI cards

Note: You should restart your computer after the installation

* Install Gnome Configuration Editor
* Install numlockx to turn on NumLock on startup
* Set up Gnome to open System Monitor every time you push Alt-Ctrl-Del
* Disable CD blocking in CD-ROM
* Set up Nautilus to open new folders in the same window
* Install rar archiver
* Install Adobe PDF reader

Note: This is not necessery to read PDF documents, you can read them using Evince too.

* Install Gwenview and digiKam imageviewers
* Install XMMS (analog of Winamp)
* Install amaroK media player
* Install stream directory browser Streamtuner
* Install CD ripper Grip
* Install Xine, VLC, Mplayer multimedia players
* Install RealPlayer 10
* Install Skype
* Install Thunderbird e-mail client
* Install Liferea RSS reader
* Install Opera web browser
* Install CD/DVD burning utility K3b
* Install FTP utility gFTP
* Install File share utility DC++
* Install P2P BitTorrent client Azureus
* Install P2P eMule Client aMule
* Install P2P Gnutella Client LimeWire
* Install KDE Edutainment programms
* Install Photo-realistic nightsky renderer Stellarium
* Install Some additional games
* Install Alacarte Gnome menu editor
* Install Shortcut to browse files as root
* Install Some desktop backgrounds, icons, themes and screensavers

Note: Try changing your desktop background and look in Theme Details of System -> Preferences -> Theme

* Install fortune and make Gnome Fish-applet to use it


Note: It is recomended to run update before you run Fedora Frog
[edit]
How do I get it?

To install Fedora Frog run these commands in terminal [Applications -> Ststem Tools -> Terminal ]

wget -c http://easylinux.info/uploads/frog.tar.gz
tar zxvf frog.tar.gz -C ~

To run Fedora Frog run:

xterm -e ~/.frog/frog.run


Note! It is recommended to update your system before you run Fedora Frog. Type the command:

su -c "yum update" -

and enter the root password when prompted. BTW, this is "recommended".
 
  


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