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So I decide to give ogle a shot after my friend told me it supported menus for dvds. I installed these four files: libdvdcss-1.2.8-1.fr.i386.rpm, libdvdread-0.9.5-ogle1.i386.rpm, ogle-0.9.2-ogle1alsa.i586.rpm, ogle_gui-0.9.2-ogle1.i386.rpm. All of them ...
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    Ogle Question


    So I decide to give ogle a shot after my friend told me it supported menus for dvds. I installed these four files:

    libdvdcss-1.2.8-1.fr.i386.rpm, libdvdread-0.9.5-ogle1.i386.rpm, ogle-0.9.2-ogle1alsa.i586.rpm, ogle_gui-0.9.2-ogle1.i386.rpm.

    All of them seem to install fine, didn't get any errors or anything. When I go to my terminal and type ogle, it runs but I get these warnings:

    WARNING[dvd_gui]: add_keybinding(): No such action: 'SaveScreenshot' WARNING[dvd_gui]: add_keybinding(): No such action: 'SaveScreenshotWithSPU'.

    What do these warnings mean and do I need to worry about them. Oh also I was wondering is there a way to make it my default player so when I put in a dvd it starts ogle. Just to let you know, I'm running SuSe 9.2

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    Do you get any more output than just the warnings you've posted? If so could you post them too within code tags.
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    No that's the only thing I get. When I run the command I just get those warnings and then ogle starts up and I'm able to play my dvd, thats why I wasn't sure if the warnings were nothing or something

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    IIRC I get warnings too, if they don't affect the viewing of the DVD I don't see any problems with it.
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    I get these as well. As an additional note, the "Stop" button does not work.

    I think it's simply faulty coding. But as the program still works, I've never complained.

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