KMPlayer is really slow compared with GMPlayer... (btw, KDE is a really slowwwwwwwww desktop!)...
But when you emerge your mplayer in Gentoo it automatically installs the gmplayer frontend...
> % If you would care to read the article,
> % you would see that he talks about
> % MPlayer having a fine GUI now, and you
> % ought to have the whole sentence as a
> % quote as he states it was a while ago.
> % :)
> Another nifty program is KMplayer. I
> like it
> because it doesn't allow you to distort
> when resizing, the 'recently watched'
> list (handy to
> keep your place when watching an anime
> series) and
> the KDE file open dialog box, much
> better then what
> gmplayer has. The only problem is that
> the window
> can have focus, but somehow mplayer
> itself cannot,
> so you have to click the movie to be
> able to give it
> keyboard commands. And there is no video
> bar (outside of the OSD). But its only
> version 0.7.2.
> You can get it at
> or just
> emerge it if you use Gentoo 1.4.
Re: Is legal?
Thanks a lot.. Now I've everything clear...
> Everything is legal!
> VariCAD is linked dynamicaly. Therefore
> it can use the libraries licensed under
> LGPL (most of the libraries used by
> VariCAD does not use any libraries
> licensed under GPL.
> The core Mesa library has its own
> license, which grants permission for
> free, without any restrictions.
> For a commercial library QT there is, of
> course, the valid license from