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Sun Jun 3 17:30:11 CEST 2012
I play '.pls' and '.m3u' streams with exaile; movie player also works.
This in Dagda and Brigantia.
On 06/03/2012 02:31 AM, Aniyan Rajan wrote:
> Yes, I understand that and I know about multiverse in ubuntu. But debian
> lists that package in the free repository. I went through the license.
> Seems to be ok.
> I'm trying to do a streaming (.pls, .m3u, etc) using the online radio
> stations. So gecko + mplayer is the only thing that works easily and
> perfectly. I pulled out gecko from debian-squeeze. Is there any
> alternative software in Trisquel-Slaine?
> Jos Collin
> On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 12:29 AM, <sirgrant at member.fsf.org
> <mailto:sirgrant at member.fsf.org>> wrote:
> It has to do with how
> <https://trisquel.info/en/wiki/how-trisquel-made> Trisquel is made].
> Trisquel is made from Ubuntu and Ubuntu has 4 repository components
> 1) Main - Officially supported software.
> 2) Restricted - Supported software that is not available under a
> completely free license.
> 3) Universe - Community maintained software, i.e. not officially
> supported software.
> 4) Multiverse - Software that is not free.
> That package [in ubuntu 11.10] which is the basic equivalent if
> Trisquel 5.5 has that package in the multiverse repository. I don't
> know why it is there (it appears to be GPL) but maybe there is some
> patent restriction or something. We don't import any packages from
> the multiverse repo because for whatever reason they are determined
> by the Ubuntu community to be non-free. Hope that answers your
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