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Hi guys. I'm new to Linux and so far I love it. I had some problems installing my modem... but finally here I am!! I had problems with my Gforce ...
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    Ogle Installation S.O.S!!!!


    Hi guys.

    I'm new to Linux and so far I love it.

    I had some problems installing my modem... but finally here I am!! I had problems with my Gforce 2 video card... but I'm done with it!!!

    Now I'm trying to install Ogle (or any other) DVD Player... it's beeing so far a little hard, but I've made some progress,

    I'm stuck with this error..

    ........
    .........
    checking for X... no
    checking for X11/extensions/XShm.h... no
    checking for XShmQueryExtension in -lXext... no
    configure: error: You need libXext

    I've already installed all the "libX" items in the SUSE 9.1 Professional CD's but seems to be no solution..

    Someone could help me??

    Thanks!!!

    LS

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    Try downloading the version from the links in there site http://www.dtek.chalmers.se/groups/dvd/
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    That's the site where I downloaded from....

    I've also downloaded the following packages

    libdvdcss
    libjpeg
    libxml2
    libmad
    libdvdread
    liba52

    But still that message....

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    I find that sometimes you have problems with SuSE pakages not being in line with ogle wans, for instnce I tried the latest gui frontend with suse 9.1 but thesecon newest did work.

    You may try that as well as downloading other versions of libX from here http://www.rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2htm...&system=&arch=

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    Thx dylunio, I'll try some of that!!!

    I don't know wich one will work...
    There're so many...

    LS

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    Did you install the X development files? they're needed when you compile something that utilizes X.
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