'linux desktop'에 해당되는 글 5

  1. 2008.01.10 Solving sound problem in VMWare
  2. 2007.10.21 Changing from Debian's sid to Ubuntu's gutsy
  3. 2007.10.04 To show movie with Korean subtitle (2)

Solving sound problem in VMWare

2008.01.10 00:15 | Posted by bar4mi
It was very uncomfortable to use VMWare.

The sound had a collision between VMWare and Ubuntu.

Today, I solved this problem by installing alsa-oss package and to configuring some files.

First, install alsa-oss package.

apt-get install alsa-oss

After configure some files like below.
su -
mv /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx.real
echo '#!/bin/bash' > /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx
echo 'LD_PRELOAD=libaoss.so exec /usr/bin/vmware.orig "$@"' >> /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx
chmod +x /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx

Now I could get a sound in VMWare while listening a music in Ubuntu.


Changing from Debian's sid to Ubuntu's gutsy

2007.10.21 09:59 | Posted by bar4mi
I love Debian Linux.

So I decided to install it to my desktop.

It worked well before I recognized compiz which offers splendid graphic event.

It was inconvenient to install and my desktop(Debian).

I decided to change Linux vendor from Debian to Ubunto which offers more convenient desktop environment.

I surprised it's simplicity, convenience.

Despite I didn't any Korean configuration, it offered clean Korean environment.

Now I can use Linux with splendid graphic animation offered by compiz.

Ubuntu with compiz


To show movie with Korean subtitle

2007.10.04 00:42 | Posted by bar4mi
I installed many movie players such as Totem, Xine, Mplayer.
Just because I didn't know what player is best to show Korean subtitle.

Yesterday, I tried to show Korean subtitle on Totem player.
I had knew that Totem is two types in debain packages.
One was to use Xine and the other was to use Gstreamer to play a movie.
It was very simple to show a movie if I used Xine. But, I can't show Korean subtitle on Totem-xine.
I had to make a separate font to show Korean subtitle on Totem-xine.
But I couldn't show Korean subtitle in spite of my efforts.

Finally, I asked ganadist what should I do.
He recommended me to use Totem-gstreamer.

I installed packages such as below.

Next, I installed 'w32codecs' package to support movie's codecs.
apt-get install w32codecs

Last, I edited the totem configuration(~/.gnome2/totem_config).

After all I could show a movie with Korean subtitle.^^
Totem with Korean subtitle


  1. ndro 2008.06.20 10:22

    excuse me where do you find the korean subtitle for those western movie..wish you can help. cos my GF have some problem in listening englisjh. thanks

  2. Sorry for my late reply. I have whole Korean subtitle of the Heroes. If you need those. please remain your email address. I will send those to you.

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