The Makefile appears to be broken
Perhaps I am missing something, but on two different linux boxes (up-to-date debian woody and not-at-all-up-to-date Redhat 6.2 (which is too old to install the RPM), I get this when I do a "make install":
install -s -m 755 vacation /usr/bin/vacation
install: `vacation' is a directory
make: *** [install] Error 1
Which is, in fact, true - and "make install" doesn't appear to actually make anything at all. What am I missing?
The is the coolest thing ever
There has never been a piece of software that has made me happier. Now I can watch all of my DivX movies under linux... using 3% of my processor, instead of having them skip and jump and look bad and have the sound be off under Windows. This piece of software has, so far, performed flawlessly for every single movie file (except rm's, but whatever - realplayer works under linux just fine) that I've tried it with. It even plays a lot of DivX's that don't work at all under Windows. No I have no reason at all to boot into Windows, ever! And I'm not sure, but it really seems to be using hardware acceleration for my TNT2...