[Cin] Cinelerra for Mageia 7?...
mnieuw at zap.a2000.nl
Tue Nov 10 22:23:05 CET 2020
On Tue, 10 Nov 2020 13:43:31 -0600, E R via Cin wrote:
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>Pardon my bad english.
>I'm an aspiring video editor. I use the Linux distribution Mageia 7.
>Looking for that software in the "Install & Remove Software", I realize
>that it is not available (not even for Micro$oft Window$). Then I tried
>installing it through the console, but the following messages came out like
>sudo: apt-get: command not found
>sudo: apt-install: command not found
>That is one of the negative points I have found in this distribution;
>however, it is the one that performs best on my very old all-in-one
>computer that I bought many years ago.
>Not even the official Cinelerra GG website has Mageia documentation?? it's
>This website comes closer to what I'm looking for but I don't understand
>the many links they provide there. It is not entirely clear their proposal
>to download it.
>This is the list of video editing software available for Mageia 7:
>I had Linux Mint installed, but it gave me nightmares because the wifi was
>disconnected very often (the router was somewhat close) and also almost
>everything I did in this distribution was slow. I uninstalled it.
>Then I installed Ubuntu Studio but the data pointer (popularly known as
>"mouse") was "lagging" or getting very slow instead of having that natural
>and fluid movement. I uninstalled it.
>Finally, I installed Linux Mageia 7, and it does not give the problems that
>the previous ones; except for:
>- The terminal that does not allow me to install any program
>- The package center does not have some popular softwares (I realized when
>using Mageia for several months). This forced me to search for several
>weeks for the rpm softwares that I need, but there are hardly any websites
>that offer that, except one that took a lot of work to find (but it didn't
>- Chromium browser does not correctly play sound in Youtube live streams,
>and videos from other platforms (whether live or not)..... the Opera
>browser does not play audio and video from Youtube live streams, and does
>not play videos from other platforms (whether live or not).
>This is what happened when wanting to install Cinelerra on Mageia 7:
>THIS I WROTE:
>medium " Core Release (distrib1)" is up-to-date
>medium " Core Updates (distrib3)" is up-to-date
>medium " Nonfree Release (distrib11)" is up-to-date
>medium " Nonfree Updates (distrib13)" is up-to-date
>medium " Core Release (distrib46)" is up-to-date
>medium " Core Updates (distrib48)" is up-to-date
>medium " Nonfree Release (distrib56)" is up-to-date
>medium " Nonfree Updates (distrib58)" is up-to-date
>THEN THIS I WROTE:
>THIS WAS THE RESULT:
>bash: urpmi: command not found
>I will not make you engage to follow up on my case (it is voluntary).
>And previously said, I'm an aspiring video editor. I use the Linux
>distribution Mageia 7 (developed by many several former employees of the
>Beside that, I just recently discovered that now it no longer opens
>"Install ~ Remove Software" after using " urpmi.update-a=E2=80=9D in Mageia=
>=E2=80=9CKonsole Terminal=E2=80=9D console; is that common? can't it be fix=
>Thanks in advance.
Why don't you try AVLinux? It has Cinelerra-GG included.
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