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Envied Multimedia GUI Installer

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NikolaiRach1NikolaiRach1
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Downloads:  4556
Submitted:  Aug 19 2010
Updated:  Oct 19 2011

Description:

UBUNTU MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT INSTALLER 2.2
by: Nikolai Rachmaninoff,Ubuntu Envied Group

This script will add Medibuntu repository and clipgrab ppa and will install the complete multimedia support.
It will install:
-Java Support
-Flash Player Plugin
-Gstreamer Codecs
-w32codecs/w64codecs(It depends on your architecture and/or on the script you use)
-Non-free extra codecs
-MS Silverlight Support(Moonlight)
-ffmpeg and mplayer(Blue Ray support)(TESTING)
-Vlc and Gimp(Respectively the best video/audio player and best image editor)
-libdvdcss2 Package which let you watch encrypted DVDs
-Xine and Xine plugins(all)

Tested on(Successfully):Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 (i386, amd64),Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat 10.10(i386 and amd64),Ubuntu Natty Narwhals 11.04(amd64).

Should work on:Linux Mint(release 9-10,11;i386 and amd6)
Instructions:
NOTE:Before continuing, please make sure that all default repositories(especially partners\' ones) and updates are enabled.
1)Download the .tar.gz and unpack it.
2)Double-click on the script.

NOTE:If it doesn't run, just right click it,go to Properties,then to Permissions, and select Allow executing as program or select the execute check boxes(It depends on your system configuration).

If you got some more suggestions, please post a comment or send a message.

So I suggest you to bookmark this page.:)

THE DOWNLOAD IS FREE, BUT YOU NEED TO WAIT FOR 50 SEC.




Changelog:

-20/08/2010
The code has been updated and corrected to version 10.04.1

-30/08/2010
The code has been updated to version 10.04.2 and MS Silverlight support has been added.

-05/09/2010
Scripts are now available in both versions, i386 and amd64.

-06/09/2010
Added ffmpeg and mplayer to the installation list.This section is for testing.Updated to version 10.04.03.

-08/09/2010
Amd64 script was corrected.Now the problem to MS Silverlight Support has been fixed and the installation code has been fixed too.Updated to version 10.04.04

-09/09/2010
The code has been updated again to v. 10.04.5.

-12/09/2010
Vlc and Gimp have been added to installation list.The code has been updated to v. 10.04.06.

-25/09/2010
Added the Vlc ppa to repository.Updated to version 10.04.07.

-09/10/2010
Added lbdvdcss2 to the installation list.Now extra DVD Support is available.Updated to v. 10.04.08.

-19/10/2010
The code of 10.04.8 has been updated to 10.04.9(Final) for Lucid.NEW SCRIPTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR UBUNTU MAVERICK 10.10.These ones are in beta version.

-3/12/2010
The code of 10.04.9 has been update to 10.04.10 and 10.10.1 to 10.10.2.Xine and xine plugins has been added to the installation list.Silverlight support has been updates too.Searching for a good video and audio editor.

-13/12/2010
The bug of mplayer for i386 in 10.10.02 has been reported and fixed.You can try again to download and use the script.Code updated to 10.10.3.

-29/01/2011
Preparing the v.11.04.The expected release date is March 2011.New Features will be available.

-16/02/2011
Sliverlight support has been updated.Codes have been updated to version 10.04.11 & 10.10.4.

-26/02/2011
GUI Installer released.

-05/06/2011
Added 11.04 support.

-28/06/2011
Code updated to v2.2.Patches have been added to flash for amd64.Silverlight support have been updated.Major fixes fill be done when available.

-19/11/10
ENVIED MULTIMEDIA PROJECT HAS BEEN STOPPED AND WILL NOT BE DEVELOPED ANYMORE.THE SCRIPT IS NOW ABANDON-WARE.
REASONS:I will not use Ubuntu anymore(I don't agree with Canonical decision of using Unity and Gnome has been completely ruined by the Gnome Team(they made a piece of crap from a fully operational DE).




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 2 suggestions ;-)

 
 by ThomasT on: Jun 28 2011
 
Score 50%

First of all : Great idea to automize that post-installation stuff.
But I have two suggestions to make:
- Wouldn't it be more comfortable if the code determines Ubuntu-version and installed architecture itself. As far as I know at least "uname -m" delivers the architecture. And the file /etc/lsbrelease contains information about the installed Ubuntu-version.
- After launching the script, I am not able to cancel anymore, unless I give it the correct root PW. Only kill can solve this (not even xkill).

Greetings,
Thomas


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 Re: 2 suggestions ;-)

 
 by NikolaiRach1 on: Jun 29 2011
 
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NikolaiRach1NikolaiRach1
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Thank you for the suggestions.

Now I'm working on the 3.0 version, which will not have these bugs and will let you choose what to install.

Regards,


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 OMG!

 
 by kenjite on: Oct 19 2011
 
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/s

You're damn script was totally useless anway


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 OMG!

 
 by kenjite on: Oct 19 2011
 
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/s

Your damn script was totally useless anway


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