I know that Moonlight is no longer supported, but it's still available to download. But to play videos I need Microsoft Media Pack. Microsoft also no longer supports it, but do you know about an ...
Like as people can view flash videos under Linux with ex.: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/87011 are there any similar solutions ...
I am trying to just click on the appropriate link on the Moonlight download page, but after it downloads I get a support warning. The text seems to be designed for Windows, because I couldn't get it ...
I haven't been able to play videos from here. I tried Moonlight, but it doesn't show an image, just sound, and sometimes some part of the image, but mostly a black canvass. Thanks.
What is the preferred way to install moonlight in Debian (Testing)? I searched the repositories, but there seems to nothing relevant. Also this wiki: ...
I recently installed Fedora 14 on my home PC so I have a dual boot system running windows and linux. I probably would primarily use Linux on that machine as its older and Linux manages its resources ...