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fedora 19 - add multimedia capability

Thanks to usa law, fedora is not allowed to ship their distributions with full media support.

But is is not that hard to fix this issue (nevertheless, it is annoying.

Thanks to the german freiesmagazin, i quickly found the magic hint to use or search for something called rpmfusion. All you have to do is, to install rpm fusion to you local machine and call "yum install rpmfusion-*", "yum install vlc" and "yum install gstreamer".

I did some additional search and thanks to a german blog post, i was browsed to a project called korora project.

Korora is a Fedora Remix that aims to make Linux easier for new users, while still being useful for experts. We provide a complete, easy to use computing system that “just works” out of the box.


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