I know that there is a lot of discussion about DVD on Linux and am quite aware
of the unjust apprehension of people and equipment. But I have a question?
Is it possible to just buy a DVD decoder card for your PC and use that for
watching DVD's? As I understand it, purchasing one of these cards buys the
licence to decode and watch DVD's. I would still like to see the court case
won, but for the short-term, gotta have it now answer, I was hoping to just buy
a card, slot it in and watch my DVD's.
I have also updated my web-site to include my 1.575238 Euro's worth on the DVD
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