After takin' a swig o' grog, Homer belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> Verily I say unto thee, that Miguel de Icaza spake thusly:
>> I typed that from memory, the real url is www.go-mono.com/moonlight
>> Or the first google match for "Moonlight"
> However, I did follow your corrected link, installed the 64-bit version
> of the Moonlight plugin for Firefox, and tested it on the following
> listed test site:
> I was subsequently greeted by a dialogue box entitled "Moonlight Codecs
> Would you like to install the required add-on to play the content of
> this page?
> <le waste de snippage>
> At this point, I'm basically stuck.
> So the question is, how do I, or anyone else who wishes to only use Free
> Software, view the contents of that Web page?
> Also, when can I expect to see a prebuilt package of Moonlight, built
> against Free Software codecs rather than Microsoft's proprietary
> software, in my distro's repo?
I'll check back for a response later.
Who messed with my anti-paranoia shot?