Multimedia Pack Portable for openSUSE 11.1

I have created a Multimedia Pack portable for OpenSUSE, the included programs and codecs are:

1) kchmviewer
2) mplayer, mplayer plugin
3) audacious
4) k3b, k3b-codecs
5) sox
6) devede
7) audacity
8) avidemux, gtk qt
9) ffmpeg
10) transcode
11) ntfs-config
12) vlc
13) libdvdcss
14) w32codecs
15) xine, libxine1*
16) xmms, xmms-*
17) dvdShrink
18) k9copy
19) Gtkpod
20) Acetoneiso
21) furiusisomount
22) DVD::RIP
23) Amarok
24) Kaffeine
25) kmplayer
26) Kdvdcreator
27) K3guitune
28) Kino
29) ManDVD
30) Kguitar
31) Mjpegtools
32) Soundconverter
33) Kdenlive
34) Asunder
35) Brasero
36) Smplayer
37) LMMS
38) Isomaster
39) Mediainfo
40) DVD2Xvid
41) recordMyDesktop
42) Gstreamer*
43) Mixxx, Mixxx-skin*
44) Djplay
45) Ardour
46) Soundreced

you can install any of the above without internet, they include all the dependencies, just unzip the both files into a folder named MMP2009 and create a repository from that folder as a simple rpm folder in yast, then make a search in the yast installer with the name of the program and check it to install it, this is very important if you don`t have internet at home, and besides, by default Open Suse doesn`t include several codecs due to license matters.

I have created a blog about the MMP2009 where you can download the pack:

http://easgs.wordpress.com/2009/01/17/multimedia-pack-portable-for-opens...

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