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Hi all, I've a HTPC with kubuntu and XBMC and I play with no problems MKVs and ISOs from my own blurays (created with Windows in other computer) Now I ...
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    How to play original Bluray discs from XBMC in Linux?


    Hi all,

    I've a HTPC with kubuntu and XBMC and I play with no problems MKVs and ISOs from my own blurays (created with Windows in other computer)

    Now I have install a Bluray reader with the aim of playing my blurays directly, and I've found it doesn't work (The ISO file works, but original disc doesn't).

    ¿Hoy can I enable the play of those original optical disks? I've try installing an addon called "makeMKV" but when I try to use it gives a message saying something like "MakeMKV doesn't work, it is installed?"

    ¿Can someone lend me a hand? I would like to play original BDs in the easyest possible way, as I play ISOS now.

    Many thanks in advance

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    I Finally get was I was looking for using makeMKV, the issue was that when I installed prior day it was on the night after 14 hours working and my mind shouldn't be lucid, I had installed XBMC add-on but not the makeMKV itself.

    I tested a pair of original blurays I own and seem't to work

    Many thanks again

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