From: Dan Nelson (dan_at_localhost.localdomain)
Date: 08/27/05

Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 21:21:51 +0800

I've just installed Unbuntu, and I'm quite impressed. I've used Linux for
a long time as a server, but never needed a gui. I've tried the latest
Linux desktop every six months or so but up till now haven't been that
impressed. Ubuntu looks good.

Was a bit disappointed, though, that the Totem media player didn't play an
mpeg file for me. What do I need to play mpeg files?


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