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Re: how can I play DVD's on Fedora 10 ?



On Sat, Jan 10, 2009 at 9:55 AM, Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> http://www.fedorafaq.org/#dvd
>
> Note that totem-xine (described there) is a GNOME app. For GNOME users this
> is perfect, users of other desktop environments may prefer one of the
> alternatives below.
>
> There are KDE alternatives:
> * dragonplayer (part of kdemultimedia) - KDE 4, minimalist UI
> * kaffeine - powerful, still KDE 3 (but works fine in KDE 4 or any other DE)
>
> There are also other alternatives:
> * gxine - based on GTK+
> * xine - skinnable UI using X11 directly
>
> All of those are based on xine-lib, so just replace totem-xine in step 4 by
> the app of your choice (or add several ones to try them out) and skip step
> 5. The required library packages are the same.
>
>        Kevin Kofler
>
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have a look at my article:
http://www.ghostunix.org/2009/01/add-rpm-fusion-repo-to-get-more-useful-rpm-packages/

and , I strongly recommend you read the article How to ask the
questions the smart way which wrote by Eric S. Raymond before you such
kind of questions.

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