already installed libdvdcss
this is the procedure i followed. it is in this forum under mandriva sticky number 1
If you want to use mplayer finish this step, if not skip to step 4. Run
This is the graphical user interface for mplayer. It should ask your permission to install some additional needed packages. Just agree to them, by jumping ahead to installing the gui you skip having to run individual commands to install the key program files for mplayer because it does it automatically.
4) This plugin works regardless of whether you install the mplayer gui or not. If you want to use Kaffeine or another movie player instead of mplayer then I still recommend you install the Mozilla Firefox plugin for mplayer. It allows you to view/listen to embedded media files. To do this run
This also will ask your permission to install additional packages, agree. It will install the core mplayer program files and the firefox plugin, but will not install the gui so it will not be added to your applications menu.
This installs the win32 codecs needed to play Windows media files (.wma and .wmv files), .avi files, .mov files, etc.
A lot of the time people cannot get DVDs to play past the first scene. This command installs the DVD playback package that allows you to properly watch DVD movies, assuming you have a DVD drive.
7) If you want to use your media player to view REAL media, then run
This installs the Real media codecs required to play REAL media. Usually they are installed to /usr/lib/real. If you want to use RealPlayer, which is still necessary for viewing embedded Real files like the ones on weather.com, then you can download the Linux version at Download Video & Media Player for Free | RealPlayer. Scroll down for instructions on installing it.
I personally use Xine player, I like its interface better than that of mplayer. If you would like to use Xine then you need to follow these steps.
This installs the graphical user interface for Xine along with the core program files. It will ask your permission to install the required packages, agree.