I tried to install the H.264 decoder and MPEG=4 AAC, by going to Install/Remove software in openSUSE 11.3 and found h264enc - H.264/MPEG-4 Encoder Frontend,
I installed it but nothing seemed to happen when it comes to viewing Quicktime movies. I also noticed that when I right-click on the Quicktime screen, it gives me the option to play the video using Banshee. I then launch it and I doeble click on the video that is listed, the banshee logo flashes and nothing happens. Can someone tell me a way to resolve this, is there a way to resolve it.
Yes I read your other thread, most unfortunate that openSUSE can’t. As far as butchering Flash, that was my doing, and now i cannot get it to work, even after trying the the most recent mmcheck script, which was very impressive might I add. I’m at a loss and i know it’s got to be something silly!! Thank you so much guys for your help and tutelage!!
I believe I’m on a 64 bit system, is there a code for the Terminal that can output whether or not I’m on 32 0r 64. I think I did something very foolish. I think I installed the 32 bit version of openSUSE 11.3 on a 64 bit system. I say this because under system monitor, under the system tab I see :
Well, I ran through your list and no luck. This isn’t my machine and I have to give it back, I fixed it for this person and he does a lot of web programming hence the need for multiple browsers. Nevertheless, I thank you all for your help. It’s discourse like this and a helpful collective that inspires me to really sleep and eat Programming and this medium all together. I remember being introduced to Linux through openSUSE back when version 6.3 was out during college, and I was caught up on MACs, which I later learned were BSD Linux and forcefully had to use PC’s of course. I actually still have my version 6.3 disks (all six of them, 6- in the original package) and will keep that forever. Anyway, I will let him know what the issues are, my only gripe seems to be with Banshee, it seems unstable; first impression, but very promising. Again, thank you!!