Is it possible that my file system retained mpv data from my Amber days and just decided to reactivate?
Did mpv get installed as part of some process I ran? (I had just run glxgears -fullscreen for @Quarnero.)
Did it come bundled with some other app I installed after the reflash to Byzantium? (Lollypop, Feeds, GNOME Screenshot, Power Statistics, What IP, Firefox-ESR, Nemo, AisleRiot…?)
Did I just tap it by accident from the software search page? (I don’t think so.)
Anyone have a clue?
P.S. At any rate, I don’t see how this app could be used on the L5. Isn’t it necessary to drag a file or url onto its screen in order to play it?
As shown by using this Internet link (on my laptop) it offered me to install this app over Software. I didn’t proceed at this moment as already have it installed (but don’t use it): apt list mpv -a
mpv/stable,now 1:0.33.1-dmo2+deb11u1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
mpv/stable 0.32.0-3 amd64
And now I’ve suddenly got Screen Recorder, Icon Browser, and Contacts Importer, although those might have tagged along when I installed Screen Shot, since some of them were part of Librem5-goodies package.
At least, I don’t think these were part of the default Byzantium install.