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Re: The future of NetBSD
- To: soralx_(_at_)_cydem_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: The future of NetBSD
- From: des_(_at_)_des_(_dot_)_no (Dag-Erling Smørgrav)
- Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2006 10:09:38 +0200
- Cc: rsidd_(_at_)_imsc_(_dot_)_res_(_dot_)_in, freebsd-chat_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org
> What if you:
> are already watching a movie?
> - have more than 1 dvd-rom and insert 2 disks at the same time, will it
> automagically play the first part? Will it play the second part after?
> Will it pause for 15 minutes before playing second dvd, so you can go
> make some tea?
> - inserted dvd to launch video without sound (to see what's on it), say,
> because you are listening to music?
> - forget that speaker volume is very high, and put in a dvd just to remove
> it from bench so it doesn't collect dust, and view it later (and it's
> 3 o'clock)?
> - don't even want to mount the cd, but just want to check the media
> manufacturer, to see how long the media will last? And then test
> every CD from the collection? (yeah, turning off DVD auto-play is
> really useful here)
> Do you always want the movie to start full-screen?
You're tilting at windmills. I don't know of any OS that
automatically starts playing a movie when you insert the DVD. What
usually happens is simply that the movie player application pops up;
you still have to press play to start the movie.
Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des_(_at_)_des_(_dot_)_no
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