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Re: Linux

Postby rockingmtranch on 15 Mar 2009 23:40

Ah....'operation not supported'. That's it right there. No fix to that.
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Re: Linux

Postby rockingmtranch on 03 Apr 2009 21:06

You must have changed something because now your site works on my linux box! =D> :-bd
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Re: Linux

Postby Nightwatch on 03 Apr 2009 22:28

rockingmtranch wrote:You must have changed something because now your site works on my linux box! =D> :-bd


That's great :-bd
And, yup, I've changed the Windows Media Player that was playing the videos with the Flash Player now. I think, Windows Media Player was causing the problem to Linux systems (maybe MS wanted this way, who knows).
Now, this time, I've put the video (both the normal and the HQ versions) in Flash FLV format output from Adobe Flash using its (Adobe Flash) skin. Seem sto be more compatible with wide range of browsers and OS.
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Re: Linux

Postby rockingmtranch on 03 Apr 2009 22:38

Yes, Flash works very well with Linux and all browsers I believe. MS just won't play nice dangit. I can just see Bill up there in Washington, "MINE! MINE! MINE!" :)) Oh well, I'm happy :) \:d/ :)
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Re: Linux

Postby Nightwatch on 03 Apr 2009 22:46

yeah, that's true. :mozilla_smile:
Flash works more smoothly, and more manageable, has great skins to choose from. Also, file sizes are significantly lighter than that of any Windows Media Player formats.
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Re: Linux

Postby MeanderingBeing on 01 Jul 2009 19:26

Question, Is there a way to make games like STALKER and Battlefield 2 work on a linux machine? I haven't had linux since.... 1998? and I think there was a way, but I am not too sure with all these new games....
I loved linux in those days, and I would love to have a linux machine for pretty much everything, thanks to the awesome stability of the system.
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Re: Linux

Postby rockingmtranch on 08 Jul 2009 21:51

Sorry. I missed this post. Cedega.com can help you out with games on Linux. I used it a while back (Call of Duty was a new game) but don't anymore. Last I checked, they had certified over 40 games (but Fallout 3 was still not on the list).
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