We all know that if you use YouTube, you can download the video from Keepvid or something. But what if your content provider uses some crazy streaming system? For example, one website (which shall remain nameless) that I use uses MMS to serve videos.
If, after updating Uplink, you get the following error message:
error while loading shared libraries: libjpeg.so.62: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The solution is to install the package libjpeg62. If you are on a 64-bit system, make sure to install… »
(I typed this up because the other transcripts were either missing bits and pieces or were clearly written by someone with absolutely no grasp of the English language.)
I claim nothing for the following content. The video is property of the BBC.
Before long,… »
IntroductionSo, you want to install and use Kdenlive on M$ Windows, but don't want to do all that crazy Live-CD sh*t (probably because that's not technically doing it in Windows)?
Well, you've come to the right place (website, whatever)!
This guide will show you… »
(This is a response to this Reddit post)
Okay, 8 months too late, but whatever:
Two connector changes over 10 years? Thats 2 too many.
You know what really annoys me? Installers.
An installer is supposed to be a program which sets up another program. Program needs 2GB RAM? Installer checks that. Program requires GTK? The installer downloads it. I have absolutely no quarrel with installers that actually do something.… »