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RE: media player with NFS cacheing?

>---- Original Message ----
>From: tyler@yi.org
>To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
>Subject: RE: media player with NFS cacheing?
>Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 19:09:27 -0700
>>	My daughter's computer is hooked up to our intranet via a wireless
>>card so we don't have to stretch cables through the hallway.
>>	Unfortuantely, it's pretty radio-noisy here so we dont get very
>>performance. I've tried several channels with little success. So
>when she
>>puts dora the explorer on, it will play fine for a minute, then
>freeze up,
>>then play fine for a minute... understandably, she finds this a bit
>>	Is there a media player out there that is NFS-aware, and can be
>>configured to cache an entire media file locally before playing? 
>>running KDE on her desktop but a gnome app would do as well so long
>as it's
>>easy enough for a three and a half year old to
>>etc (she's using totem right now).
>>	Thanks,
>>		Tyler
There are wireless range extenders that regenerate the signal,
thereby improving the signal-to noise ratio
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