Ubuntu Linux Tutorial - Multimedia, Codecs, Medibuntu!





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Uploaded on May 4, 2009

Check out my new Linux channel: http://bit.ly/linux-nixie Just installed Ubuntu and can't see videos? This is a quick tutorial to help you install multimedia codecs and non-open source components, such as flash player and more. Bonus CONTEST with PRIZES is as follows:

If you had the source code to the entire world, how would you change it?
Follow and send me an @ reply with your answer. My favorite answer will be announced next Monday and the winner will get some free technology! (Who doesn't love that!)

What is Ubuntu?

Medibuntu -

This popular third-party repository is not affiliated with Linux Ubuntu in any way, but provides many popular software packages (or as they put it, Multimedia, Entertainment & Distractions in Ubuntu) including Acrobat Reader, Real Player, Google Earth, and Skype.

Medibuntu has two components to its repository, free and non-free. The free component includes software which, although it is distributed with an open-source license, it is not distributed with Ubuntu because of legal issues in certain countries that prevent it from being freely available worldwide.
- Easierbuntu

For this and more videos check out http://www.linuxhaxor.net
If you want more of my silly non-linux ramblings please check out my blog at http://www.nixiepixel.com

Thanks for watching! 8-)


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