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May
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comment What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
@hbdgaf I took a closer look at the PPA and chmsee is not available for Trusty by that PPA. So basically this answer is not correct. The NICE and SAFE way is explained in another answer.
May
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revised What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
I don't agree with the last edits. This is 14.04 specific issue so the title was fine. The update as suggested by another user in the comments is also completely reasonable and makes the question more helpful. The answers so far were completely relevant to the updated question, except for one.
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answered What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
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comment What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
I agree. I will update my question.
May
25
comment What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
Thanks for the PPA. Although as said in another comment, I prefer to simply download and install a .deb package instead of adding an entire repository just to install one app!
May
25
comment What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
Thanks for the info. I understand that un-maintained applications can cause security problems but in the case of chmsee which was stable and tested since 12.04 with no further changes till now, I'm not convinced this was a right choice.
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comment What happened to ChmSee in 14.04?
This code adds a repository to my apt list. Is this repo considered safe? I mean is it certain that it won't cause any conflicts with the official Ubuntu packages? I would prefer simply downloading a .deb package instead of adding an entire repo just to install one app!
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comment Choppy Video Playback with Intel GMA-500 Chipset
Thanks for the answer but those drivers were for the old days and they are now obsolete. You can read more about them in this wiki page: wiki.ubuntu.com/PoulsboObsoleteDrivers
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