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videora works in mandriva?

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I am trying to install videora using Wine. At one point I was prompted to install Microsoft .NET framework2 which failed. However when I installed Mono Videora installation seemed to have completed. But every time I try to open videora I would see the bouncy icon for a few seconds and then nothing happens. Help! I really need a software such as videora to convert videos for my video ipod... Thanks!

 

 

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Trying to run dot net framework apps under mono is surely enough more sane than testing them under wine.

And of course they should *normally* run in a VM, like VirtualBox.

That said, try installing dot net framework 2.0 preferrably in separate win2k bottle, or maybe XP one. Installing it at some 9X environment will likely fail.

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I'm not quite sure what you mean... total noob to Mandriva here. Is mono a substitute for dot net framework? How do I install it on a separate environment? Does having CompizFusion affect the execution of this program? (program seems to intiiate but then just disappears..)

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mono is a framework for non-windows OS'es, which actually is able to run a lot (how many?- I frankly don't know...) applications coded in .net

I can only confirm that several windoze apps coded in pure .net run quite well under mono.

Usage is roughly the same as under wine- please refer to the mono documentation for more details.

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