Multiple Desktop Environments in a Single Linux Install

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Start sessions using different desktop managers on a single Linux installation.

Download in .ogg format.

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waparmley's picture

OK, it shows up in Ubuntu and (pardon me) Windows. Never mind!

Thanks for ogg

waparmley's picture

Glad to see that you are starting to make these videos available in ogg format. I like being able to save some of them for further review, and being able to download the ogg file makes that very easy. Can't begin to tell you how many times I have watched the video editing with ffmpeg video (which I saved in flv format, since that was all that was available at the time).

By the way, if there is a flash version of the video on this page, darn if I can find or see it, even after allowing all NINE Javascript sources (wow!). Had the same problem with several others. I'm using FF3 on Linpus Lite. I'll try to check back later with Ubuntu.

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