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    I extracted all of the files and put them in a folder on the desktop of UbuntuStudio 10.4. Upon clicking the Linux Video Player icon , movieplayer starts up with the error message: "GStreamer encountered a general supporting library error"

    The same download works flawlessly on an old XP box. I would rather run on the Ubuntu box.

    How do I get rid of the error?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oeblio View Post
    I extracted all of the files and put them in a folder on the desktop of UbuntuStudio 10.4. Upon clicking the Linux Video Player icon , movieplayer starts up with the error message: "GStreamer encountered a general supporting library error"

    The same download works flawlessly on an old XP box. I would rather run on the Ubuntu box.

    How do I get rid of the error?
    Welcome Oeblio, I will get this question to the tech guys if they don't see this. I have no clue myself.
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    I think the answer is to use an older player, I found a similar question that Ren answered in the following thread http://truefire.com/forum/showthread.php?5568-Linux
    There is a download link for the old player from Ren in that thread.

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    Morining Guys,

    I'm looking to the error message, but lets check to make sure you have all the data. Compare the UbuntuStudio box to the XP box to make sure it the same file size?

    Ren

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    I tried the link for the older player-->http://truefire.com/TF_linux.swf It gives a screenshot of the player but no way to download the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oeblio View Post
    I tried the link for the older player-->http://truefire.com/TF_linux.swf It gives a screenshot of the player but no way to download the program.
    did you manage to find a http://www.ashburnham-insurance.co.u...insurance.html or a place where to get the old player from in the end?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Plinkit; 09-05-2012 at 11:49 AM.

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    Just a few days ago I installed Ubuntu Studio newest version, it comes with FireFox browser installed. I allowed Ubuntu Studio to install it's preferred plugin and TrueFire TV works fine, haven't tried a TrueFire course disc yet.

    I also ran a few versions of Puppy Linux and they worked the same way using both FireFox and Sea Monkey browsers.

    If you need to contact Ren, you can email ren@truefire.com or support at truefire.com or click on the contact us link at the bottom of this page for phone support!

    Good luck!~

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    Default PowerTab alternative for linux

    TuxGuitar will open PowerTab files!!

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    here is the 4:3 version of the Linux player in a zip file (see attached file)

    Here is a link to download Tux Guitar which runs great on Linux, Mac and Windows
    http://tuxguitar.herac.com.ar/download.html
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