there are a couple of versions around. The early versions had code that
broke under linux - sorry I don't remember the details. Apple fixed this and
it should be ok in the later releases. There are sites out there using it
under linux - a quick check at dejanews or nlsearch.com should turn them up.
From: Ronan Kirby <ronan at mediasat.ie>
To: ilug at linux.ie <ilug at linux.ie>
Date: 15 October 1999 16:24
Subject: [ILUG] Darwin & Quicktime (Linux)
>Folks, BOFHs and Gurus,
>>Any of you ever use "Darwin" - Apple's QuickTime Server?
>>It is OpenSource, so I compiled the Linux version but the PlayList
>function does not seem to be working too well. Anyone else out there
>ever use it? If not, can anyone suggest an alternative?
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