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So I installed libdvdcss and Kaffeine is still giving me the same error, "additional pluggins are required to run this program" may not be exactly what it said but along ...
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    So I installed libdvdcss and Kaffeine is still giving me the same error, "additional pluggins are required to run this program" may not be exactly what it said but along those lines... did I do something wrong here? i did get one error message but it asked if i wanted to continue and I did, and it said installation was a success...

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    Have you tried opening xine and playing the DVD manually?
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    Brad_c, I've had the same proble with running dvd's in kaffine and xine, thats why I use ogle.

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    Or mplayer (which is also in the contrib sources).
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    I cant say that I see xine anywhere... is it just another media player and where can i find it... i looked in KDE and GNOME.

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    Oh ok Dylunio looks like ill try for ogle... ive got a couple of those files u told me to get... do i just run them all in that order you gave me?

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    Try and install them in that order, since some of the programs later in the list need the progs earlier in the listy so it can install.

    Let me know if you run into any problems;

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    also is there a plug in for playing .avi videos... LOL

    Thanks, Brad

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    You can grab the win32codecs package and that should work for .avi files.
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    Ogle only plays dvds, for .avi you will need to use xine or mplayer, you can download a codecpack for both from here, that should let you play .avi

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