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09-15-2005, 04:08 PM
Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I wasn't sure where else to put it. I am going out of my skull here. I just downloaded a mplayer pbi two days ago. I can't find the link for it now, anywhere. Could someone PLEASE point me in the right direction ?
I need it to burn to cd, and so using ports is not going to help me, I need the pbi
09-16-2005, 07:04 AM
Speaking of missing PBI packages, I'm curious to know what the status is on repopulation of the pbidir.com website with all the missing software.
I'm still patiently waiting for the re-release of the Java download and compile PBI as well as if at all possible an update of OpenOffice.org to 1.9.m118 or later as KDE integration has been a part of the suite since this milestone release. Since KDE is the primary desktop environment, it might be best to make sure all the applications that aren't necessarily KDE native but have Kparts available if they're flagged for the package appropriately flagged for better desktop integration.
And will the Kommander package be returning as well, or has it finally been integrated into KDE?
Finally, any plans of bringing back the Kasablanca PBI so we have an FTP client again?
09-16-2005, 01:01 PM
I know Kris is working hard recompiling all software for the new version of PBI's.
Ben Hacker Jr
12-29-2005, 01:19 AM
I looked on http://www.pbidir.com/ for the OpenOffice2.0 software in english and it is not on the front page but...
If I click on the "OpenOffice graphic" at the top of the home page and go to the web page listing all available PBI's for OpenOffice...
...I will find the OpenOffice2.0 way down on the page. The download numbers are growing slowly... (around 1200 last time I checked)
Since the previous version has over 3000 downloads I am of the opinion that it will take about another month for it to overtake this and show up on the home page.
Am I way off or do I have the general idea correct??
I am wondering "what else is available that I don't know to look for?"
Maybe there should be a link to the OpenOffice2.0 version
... on the page that contains the OpenOffice 1.9m98 version.
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