"In this tutorial you will learn how to get the source for
mplayerplug-in from CVS and create and install a rpm package for
Fedora Core 1. mplayerplug-in is a browser plugin that uses mplayer
to play videos from websites. Although, mplayerplug-in project DO
provide a binary rpm for Fedora Core 1, this is a good excercise to
learn how to use CVS and how to compile a rpm package from a
tarball if the tarball contains a rpm spec file. This tutorial also
covers how you can install win32 codecs for QuickTime so you can
play QuickTime movies from mozilla..."
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