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1  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Playing .wmv files in Kaffeine on: October 10, 2007, 07:59:54 AM
Hi all,

I'm wondering if it is possible to configure Kaffeine to properly play .wmv files. When I use it to play one I have sound only, no video. I'm hoping that if there is a way, that I learn the proper way to configure it from the Pardus community.

Cheers,
Mike
2  General / Introduce yourself / Re: Greetings from New Hampshire, USA on: October 10, 2007, 05:38:33 AM
Thank you for the welcome, and yes, of course I can use other applications till then. My desire to see more Mono packages within Pardus is a goal or vision, so to speak. This is not a crisis for me at all, and I now understand the complexity of building that package. I very much am happy to receive a reply so quickly concerning the request, but am fully content to wait for the package when other pressing items are more important. Perhaps I will be able to get up to speed on Pardus and Linux quickly enough to help with package building within the next month or two.  Smiley
3  General / Wish list / Re: mono 1.2.5 and newest monoDevelop on: October 09, 2007, 06:57:39 AM
I agree and would very much like to see these packages added to the repository.

It would also be nice to supplement these with MonoDoc, NUnit, and mod_mono. Wouldn't it be great to make Pardus the number one Mono development distro for Linux?  Wink
4  General / Introduce yourself / Greetings from New Hampshire, USA on: October 09, 2007, 05:24:24 AM
Hi all,

My name is Mike and I've goofed around with Linux since 1995, but never really learned anything much about it.  Roll Eyes Or shall I say enough to be productive with it. I'd say I've done around 40 different Linux/BSD installs in the past couple of months on my laptop, and I have to say that after installing Pardus I immediately felt that this was the most polished distro that I ran across. It runs really well on my laptop so far, and I intend to use it for quite a while.  Cool

As I learn more I intend to become involved in the community, hopefully contributing to the wiki early on, but perhaps to development needs as I learn more about Linux. I'm a .Net developer by day and would like to see a MonoDevelop package for Pardus soon. :-)

Congratulations to the Pardus team on the brilliant work of this distro to date.  Grin
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