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I can not watch the video !

Anonymous's picture

Even in IE6 with flash 10.
What's the problem?

What version of linux

Anonymous's picture

I was just wondering what distro of linux Mitch is using? Just for curiosity :)


Mitch Frazier's picture

I've used SuSE since about version 6 or 7.

Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal.

Give us OGV!

Anonymous's picture

give us the option of downloading videos in a free format!

Many users like me come to this page and quit it without getting any content. I believe the community deserves a minimal consideration.

Help out us newbies

Anonymous's picture

I agree. I am a newbie to Linux and am trying to learn as much as I can. These videos are great, but I can't watch them because I can't get Flash to work.

What's that? There's a video on how to set up Flash? Oh, wait...

There is..

Shawn Powers's picture

Ironically, there is. And it is available in OGV format. :)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

This still doesn't satisfy

Anonymous's picture

This still doesn't satisfy the need for a free (as i freedom) and practical solution. I am having a hard time understanding your logic for going all the way to uploading it in flash and not even offering an ogv download option.

The flash should be an alternative to OGV downloads not the other way around.

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