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1.227.  totem

1.227.1.  RHBA-2009:1288: bug fix update

Updated totem packages that fix various bugs are now available.
The totem packages contain a movie player that uses GStreamer to play back films and music.
This updated package provides the following bug fixes and enhancements:
  • the NarrowSpace browser plugin for Firefox advertized itself as QuickTime 7.0. Because the current version of QuickTime is 7.6, some websites require versions of QuickTime newer than 7.0. Previously, when visiting such a site, content would not be available to Firefox with the NarrowSpace plugin. NarrowSpace now advertizes itself as QuickTime 7.2, allowing Firefox to access content on a greater number of websites. (BZ#483122)
  • the totem packages place files in the /usr/include/totem and /usr/include/totem/1 directories but previously, did not list those directories for creation. These directories would therefore be created during the installation process, but would remain unowned. The directories are now listed for creation and are therefore owned by the package. (BZ#481816)
  • previously, the totem packages were only built against the latest gstreamer plugin base. The totem packages are now built against the latest gstreamer plugins from the "good" set as well, ensuring the widest multimedia support from high-quality, freely-licensed plugins. (BZ#450108)
Users should upgrade to these updated packages, which resolve these issues.

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