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Old 04-26-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Best OpenBSD hack ... ever: converting Flash video to MP4 with

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In OpenBSD, Flash support isn't exactly something to crow about. Flash Player 7 is all that works due to subsequent Linux Flash players needing ALSA sound support, a feature none of the BSD projects possess. And that player only works in the Opera Web browser and only on i386. But it turns out that you can watch Flash video in OpenBSD on any platform that runs Mplayer. And this clever hack is something that even Linux, Windows and Mac users can benefit from.



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