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    Linux Engineer LondoJowo's Avatar
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    I've always had good luck with libdvdcss from this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    can you post line one of /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.66091 ?
    Sorry for the delay.
    No such file exists. Contents of /var/tmp:
    file:/var/tmp/flac-buildroot
    file:/var/tmp/kdecache-root
    file:/var/tmp/kdecache-vasudevan
    file:/var/tmp/libdvdcss2-1.2.9-0.pm.0-root
    file:/var/tmp/alsaconf.cards

    Which do you want?

    Update: Current situation:
    Installed version of libdvdcss 1_24 (from the rpm you indicated before)
    Kaffeine detects that I have a DVD in my drive, and even shows me the title of the DVD. But all it shows for video is a blue rectangle, and no audio.
    Be happy. Life is too short to be unhappy!

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    Hmm, it seems to have deleted the file ut was complaining about...hmmm.

    Have you tried the .rpm LondoJowo sugested?
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    /dev/null
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