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    Smile inslall "codec" suse studio

    hi all
    how to install "codec" in " suse studio" for" gnome" &" kde " ??????????
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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    Which codecs to you want ?


    Being NON-Technical, self finds using terminal commands safest way to avoid installing problems.


    Examples:

    At terminal typing command: zypper lr -d
    (L for list with lower case)
    will show which repositories zypper will search for packages and updates.



    At terminal typing command: zypper se -i codec
    will list your installed codecs.


    At terminal typing command: zypper se codec
    will list all possible codecs, with on left an i for those already installed.

    At terminal typing command: zypper info k3b-codecs
    will show information about the k3b-codecs


    NOTE: Root privileges are required to install or remove/uninstall packages.

    To install use zypper in <what seek to install>

    To uninstall use zypper rm <what seek to remove/uninstall>


    IF you see warnings,
    example:
    Code:
    2 new packages to install, 940 to remove.
    Overall download size: 1.2 MiB. After the operation, 2.1 GiB will be freed.
    Continue? [y/n/p/? shows all options] (y): n
    recommend chose n (my bold) and seek advice before removing other parts !

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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    Not sure does studio allow inclusion of packman packages.
    In any case the propritary codecs come from packman. How to get to packman from studio I don't know

    The exact packages depend on the apps you plan to install. There is a difference between some KDE and gnome apps that use gstreamer. Gnome uses 1.0 versions and KDE use 0.1 versions. But this is only for programs that use the gstreamer backend

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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    On Mon, 25 Aug 2014 19:56:01 +0000, maxray wrote:

    > hi all how to install "codec" in " suse studio" for" gnome" &" kde "
    > ??????????
    > [image: http://im44.gulfup.com/GmHeoL.png]


    Within SUSE Studio? Add the packman repo, install whatever packages from
    packman you need, build the appliance.

    Jim



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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Not sure does studio allow inclusion of packman packages.
    In any case the propritary codecs come from packman. How to get to packman from studio I don't know
    I don't have experience with using studio either. They say they do

    http://susestudio.com/help/create/adding-software.html

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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    And there is the "SUSE Studio" forum under "Development". Why didn't you ask there?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: inslall "codec" suse studio

    On Tue, 26 Aug 2014 02:16:01 +0000, gogalthorp wrote:

    > Not sure does studio allow inclusion of packman packages.
    > In any case the propritary codecs come from packman. How to get to
    > packman from studio I don't know


    Given that the top blog post once you authenticate to SUSE Studio is
    "Packman repos fixed" (or something to that effect), I think it's safe to
    say that you can add packman packages to SUSE Studio appliances.

    The package selection pages let you add repos.

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