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    Default Re: AW: Codecs for chromium-based browsers

    Quote Originally Posted by Sauerland View Post
    Do you switch ffmpeg-4 to Packman?

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    zypper in -f libavcodec58
    Yes, that comes from packman on my systems. And that does not seem to help with "opera".
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    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Yes, that comes from packman on my systems. And that does not seem to help with "opera".
    I haven't read carefully:
    Desktop video is ok.
    Upd: I made some manipulations and now Firefox works ok. Not Opera

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    Default Re: Codecs for chromium-based browsers

    Yeah, Chromium and Firefox plays video ok, but not Opera. There is a new version available
    54.0.2952.64
    but there is only 54.0.2952.41 in the repo. And I don't want to download it separately from official site.

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    Based on past experience, the new opera version will show up fairly soon.
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    Default Re: Codecs for chromium-based browsers

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Based on past experience, the new opera version will show up fairly soon.
    is it safe to use some Tumbleweed repos? Or they called "debug"?

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    If you configure a Tumbleweed repo, install just the application you want, and then disable the repo, the risk is probably not too great. If there's a problem, you can just uninstall what you installed from that repo.

    The bigger risk is to keep the Tumbleweed repo enabled. Then you run the risk of installing incompatible libraries from that repo.

    If this is just for "opera", then my understanding (which could be wrong) is that the "opera" in the repos is just the version from the "opera" site, repackaged for openSUSE users.
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