Kaffeine is a full-featured multimedia player for Linux.
It uses xine as back-end by default, but also works with the gstreamer framework for most parts. It supports DVD playback with menus, DVB and ATSC broadcasts, multiple playlists, a equalizer, and a CD cover manager. It rips and burns audio CDs to mp3 and ogg vorbis, streams audio and video and supports LIRC.
Here's how to install Ubuntu using the LiveCD we made in episode two. view it
We introduce you to Ubuntu Linux and outline some of the appeal of this alternative operating system. view it
Ubuntu comes with lots of good, general software that can help you work and play. view it
We show you how to install Ubuntu on your computer so that you can get started view it
A way of running Ubuntu with LiveCD and keeping your files is called persistent image, which we'll show you in this episode. view it
Here's how to create a dual boot system view it
One way to install Ubuntu is using a LiveCD or DVD, which we'll show you in this episode. view it