Regarding Bug Report #3 - Playing videos:
It would seem that BT3 does have a file called /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so but perhaps it was
not installed correctly or recognized by Firefox 188.8.131.52 - going to the Adobe site and installing a new Flash
Player works correctly but you loose it if you reboot (unless you install BT3 to HD).
I tried an ".avi" video from hxxp://wiki.remote-exploit.org/index.php/ExternalHowto , specifically this one:
[Video] Attacking WiFi Networks With Traffic Injection - video 1
I attempted to use XMMS (after no luck with using KPlayer) and found that XMMS won't play it either .
I ended up getting VLC from: hxxp://.slackware.com/~alien/slackbuilds/vlctest/pkg/12.1/ .
There may be more hope with using VLC but it won't run as root. The plugin needs to be installed in
"~/.mozilla/plugins" and the file vlc-0.9.2-i486-1alien.tgz needs to be untarred in the "/" directory.
Create a new user to run VLC and you should be able to 'su' to that user to play ".avi" files (and LOTS
of other files too). In your browser go to page "about: plugins" to see that VLC supports 32 file types.
Most popular audio and video types are supported including DivX and Windows Media. VLC is way better
than KPlayer or XMMS and it runs nicely on Windows also.