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Fedora Core 4 Update: HelixPlayer-1.0.5-1.fc4.2 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : HelixPlayer
Version     : 1.0.5
Release     : 1.fc4.2
Summary     : Open source media player based on the Helix framework
Description :
The Helix Player 1.0 is an open-source media player built in the Helix
Community for consumers. Built using GTK, it plays open source formats,
like Ogg Vorbis and Theora using the powerful Helix DNA Client Media


* Fri Jun 24 2005 Colin Walters  1:1.0.5-1.fc4.2

- Update work done by John (J5) Palmieri 
- Update to 1.0.5 as fix for bug #159872
- add missing header patch

This update can be downloaded from:

d2cb28004fd3e8cc3c34fa7c501666dc  SRPMS/HelixPlayer-1.0.5-1.fc4.2.src.rpm
e8e6d49aae3d6bd83ed97cf901d5a00a  ppc/HelixPlayer-1.0.5-1.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
ff826b54f8dee7f75f7fcb1685accc8d  ppc/debug/HelixPlayer-debuginfo-1.0.5-1.fc4.2.ppc.rpm
ac8fb57ebc633b5b9b70fbc2930f9e2b  i386/HelixPlayer-1.0.5-1.fc4.2.i386.rpm
7eac0d6f26ea0c20b03c7c412b8c0991  i386/debug/HelixPlayer-debuginfo-1.0.5-1.fc4.2.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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