Hello, On antradienis 22 Kovas 2011 14:02:37 Justin B Rye wrote: > > + If you wish to restore full Phonon multimedia capabilities, you > > + should install a real Phonon backend. The following Phonon > > + backend packages seem to be available for this system at the moment: > As long as we can trust the detection (what does this depend on?) phonon-backends provide 'phonon-backend' virtual package. > we > could rely on the colon to imply most of this: > > To restore full Phonon multimedia capabilities, install one of the > Phonon back-end packages which are currently available for this system: phonon-backend-null is a backend as well. I would like to see the word "real" in this sentence. > [...] > > > This package does not provide any real Phonon backend. It can be used to > > disable Phonon audio/video capabilities. Please note that Phonon > > behaviour with this package installed has not been well tested. > > s/behaviour/behavior/ Are we using American English in Debian? -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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