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

Using Linux Iplayer in Different DIstributions

In this article I will show you how to use Iplayer in Linux. It is exactly the same as using it in Windows and other operating systems. However, you need to go through some simple steps to set Flash up. This can vary between distributions, but I have tried to include the major ones.

How to Set Up Linux and a Linux Media Server

In this article I will show you how to install a simple but well-known Linux distribution on your system and then transform it into a Linux media server. You will then be able to send pictured, videos and music for a rich experience for all the computer users on your network.

Make Your Own Linux Media Server

Learn how to make a home server that will allow you to stream music, videos and files across your home with great ease. There is also great cross-platform support for Windows and Mac using these methods.

Command Line Linux Printing Made Simple

Have you ever wondered how printing from a Linux command line works? Although it’s a rare occurrence, graphical user interfaces (GUIs) can and do “break.” Learn Linux printing from a terminal to be prepared for such times.

Best Ever Linux Multimedia Apps

This article covers some of the best ever apps for Linux in the multimedia genre. Some of these are not updated/supported anymore, but that doesn’t take them off the list of the best apps built to date.

What is the Best DVD Player for Linux?

Video playback under Linux wasn’t even considered few years back, but today, with an excellent DVD player, you can easily turn Linux box into a home entertainment system. Since it is tough to give a verdict as to what is the best DVD player for Linux, let us take a look at some of the best options.

Best Free Games for Linux

If you think Linux is no good for gaming, think again. Although the Linux gaming scenario is not as advanced as Windows, Linux has its share of great and captivating games. Here are a few of the best free games for Linux.