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  1. #1
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    Red face Ubuntu Dvd Player

    Sorry guys been away a while which DVD player is the best to download to play DVD'S i know you download LIBDVDCSS but i can't remember which DVD player i downloaded,old age.

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    Have you tried this?

    This thread has been talking about Ubuntu. A search will turn up things.
    Last edited by saikee; 07-21-2007 at 02:27 PM.
    Linux user started Jun 2004 - No. 361921
    Using a Linux live CD to clone XP
    To install Linux and keep Windows MBR untouched
    Adding extra Linux & Doing it in a lazy way
    A Grub menu booting 100+ systems & A "Howto" to install and boot 145 systems
    Just cloning tips Just booting tips A collection of booting tips

    Judge asked Linux "You are being charged murdering Windoze by stabbing its heart with a weapon, what was it?" Replied Linux "A Live CD"

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    As a fellow Ubuntu user, I can tell you that either Totem Movie Player or MPlayer work like a champ. At first, Totem will give you a washed out image, but if you go under Preferences, you can manipulate that.

    Enjoy!

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    Now resolved many thanks.

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    What's wrong with Xine? That's what I use.
    I equivocate, therefore I might be.

    My Linux/Unix Boxes:
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    xine is old and out of fashion
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    xine is old and out of fashion
    Kids these days!
    I equivocate, therefore I might be.

    My Linux/Unix Boxes:
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    Have you tried?

    Hello,
    Have you tried Miro? I have tried using all the others and the only thing that worked for me was Miro.

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