Commit 8c24be5a authored by Christian Schaller's avatar Christian Schaller
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fix the most ugly mistakes and bad sentences

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fix the most ugly mistakes and bad sentences
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Yes, we currently provide precompiled packages for Red Hat, Debian and Linux Mandrake. We provide RPMS for Red Hat through our <ulink url="http://gstreamer.net/releases/redhat/">Apt for rpm page.</ulink> We usually support the last 2-3 releases of Red Hat.
Yes, we currently provide precompiled packages for Red Hat, Debian and Linux Mandrake. </para>
<para>We provide RPMS for Red Hat through our <ulink url="http://gstreamer.net/releases/redhat/">Apt for rpm page.</ulink> We usually support the last 2-3 releases of Red Hat.
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<para>GStreamer is already in Debian experimental, so if you are a debian user you should be able to get Debian from there.</para>
<para>GStreamer is also in Debian Cooker so if you are using a recent release of Linux Mandrake you should be able to get it from there. <ulink url="http://www.mandrakelinux.com/en/cookerdevel.php3">The Mandrake cooker page has more info</ulink>
<para>GStreamer is already in Debian experimental, so if you are a debian user you should be able to get the Debian packages from there.</para>
<para>GStreamer is also in Mandrake Cooker so if you are using a recent release of Linux Mandrake you should be able to get GStreamer from there. To learn howto get packages from Mandrake cooker <ulink url="http://www.mandrakelinux.com/en/cookerdevel.php3">the Mandrake cooker page has more info</ulink>
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<para>Other RPM based distro we recommend getting the Source tarball and doing 'rpm -ta gstreamer-0.X.X' to create rpms. We maintain our SPEC file constantly so you should always be able to build GStreamer rpms from a tarball. The SPEC file is aimed at Red Hat however, so there might be some need for you to edit the Requirements list if your distribution name these packages differently.</para>
<para>For other RPM based distributions we recommend getting the source tarball and doing 'rpm -ta gstreamer-0.X.X' to create rpms. We keep our SPEC file constantly up to date so you should always be able to build GStreamer rpms from a tarball. The SPEC file is aimed at Red Hat however, so there might be some need for you to edit the Requirements list if your distribution name these packages differently.</para>
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If you are running LFS our basic opinion is that you should be knowledgeable enough to solve any build issues you get on your own. Being volunteered based we can't promise support to anyone of course, but are you using LFS consider yourself extra unsupported, we
neither can or want to know enough of how you set up your unique system is configured to be able to help you. That said, if you come to the #gstreamer channel on irc.openprojects.net we might of course be able to give you some general hints and pointers.
If you are running LFS our basic opinion is that you should be knowledgeable enough to solve any build issues you get on your own. Being volunteered based we can't promise support to anyone of course, but are you using LFS consider yourself extra unsupported. We
neither can or want to know enough, about how your unique system is configured, to be able to help you. That said, if you come to the #gstreamer channel on irc.openprojects.net we might of course be able to give you some general hints and pointers.
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