OK, I reckon you have a redhat/mandrake base install, which annoyingly have
xine there in the start menu, which don't work coz they are missing stuff.
You probably wan't to compile lots of stuff prior to xine_dvd_plugin.
I normally remove all rpm's like xine, and compile em instead.
Start off with the libraries, go to http://www.dtek.chalmers.se/groups/dvd/
You want the following libraries & stuff:
xv [not obligatory]
If your compile complains about missing dependencies, then go and get em.
While your at it, get the divX stuff and win32 stuff, compile mplayer
Get ALL the libraries for mplayer, sdl, ogg-vorbis etc etc. They're listed
on the site.
Apparantly I need the xine_dvd_plugin to play my DVDs, can anyone tell me
where I can find a copy, every search I grab only has a reference to it but
not the file itself.
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