Subject: Re: SuSE KDE21 Anyone?
To: Trevor Johnson <email@example.com>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/09/2001 17:08:30
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, Trevor Johnson wrote:
> > Wuah, why not bug Macromedia to release a binary for NetBSD, or even
> > better, sources? We could compile our own then. Maybe they should think
> > about the word "Open Source"...
> GPL Flash (TM) library is a set of source codes that allow to play
> Flash(TM) movies.
So why bother with Linux compat stuff, when we can build the thing native,
esp. for non-i386.
> The core of the library is a graphic renderer that is portable is to
> be re-used in applications that need to play Flash(TM) movies.
> This library comes with those freely redistributable tools:
> Netscape plugin.
> Although Macromedia plugin is freely available, it is not
> freely redistributable. The GPL Plugin is also not compatible
> with all Flash(TM) versions.
> Standalone player.
> To quickly play movies without to start Netscape. Can play
> movies on root window (suitable for xscreensaver).
> KDE screen saver.
> Cool screen saver that allows to play Flash(TM) movies as a KDE
> screen saver.
Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>