Linux Multimedia Support & Reviews: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & User Guides For Your Linux PC
With modern technological advancements, impressive download speeds and super fast Internet connectivity, the age of interactive multimedia is upon us. Slick visuals, seamless graphics and phenomenal sound, across a highly configurable interface, makes Linux the perfect platform for the multimedia savvy user. Here we take a look at how your Linux PC can deliver an outstanding multimedia experience. With hints, tips, user guides and troubleshooting discussions, we take a look at such distributions as Mandriva, Gentoo, Ubuntu, and others to see how they work with Linux compatible media players, and audio and video software. Finding out how and in what ways Linux has become a robust and feature rich environment on which to play video and listen to music 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
Linux has been making inroads in entertainment, perhaps ever since Linux had a working graphical user interface. The advent of user created content (UCC) has accelerated the development of Linux as a creative platform and this article highlights the options you have to make Linux entertaining.
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