[MPlayer-users] [mplayer users][bug] 1.0rc1-3.4.2 DVD streamdoesnot open (b

John Brown johnbrown105 at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 3 15:35:25 CET 2007

Nico Sabbi wrote:
>John Brown wrote:
>>On Sat, 30 Dec 2006 19:42:46 +0000 (GMT), Gary Henry wrote:
>>>With the earlier precompiled windows binary (0.8pre), I was able to play 
>>>DVDs using the command line:
>>>       mplayer dvd://1 -dvd-device F:
>>>  This was using the MPlayer-mingw32-1.0pre8.zip download.
>>>  Replacing with the new binary MPlayer-mingw32-1.0rc1.zip downloaded 
>>>  http://www.mplayerhq.hu/design7/dload.html
>>>  mplayer now crashes.
>>>Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
>>>0x008c87f4 in css_open (target=0x22e86c 
>>>    at dvd_input.c:92
>>>92      dev->dvdcss = DVDcss_open(target);
>>>(gdb) #0  0x008c87f4 in css_open (target=0x22e86c 
>>>    at dvd_input.c:92
>>>#1  0x008b958a in DVDOpenFile (dvd=0x250c710, titlenum=1,
>>>    domain=DVD_READ_INFO_FILE) at dvd_reader.c:643
>>>#2  0x008c382f in ifoOpen (dvd=0x250c710, title=1) at ifo_read.c:106
>>>#3  0x00517a32 in open_s (stream=0x3de728, mode=0, opts=0x250c6a0,
>>>    file_format=0x22ff3c) at stream_dvd.c:925
>>>#4  0x0051c996 in open_stream_plugin (sinfo=0xa281b0,
>>>    filename=0x2508c30 "dvd://", mode=0, options=0x0, 
>>>    ret=0x22eb68) at stream.c:179
>>>#5  0x0051cc46 in open_stream_full (filename=0x2508c30 "dvd://", mode=0,
>>>    options=0x0, file_format=0x22ff3c) at stream.c:221
>>>#6  0x00516eb9 in open_stream (filename=0x2508c30 "dvd://", options=0x0,
>>>    file_format=0x22ff3c) at open.c:46
>>>#7  0x00406fac in main (argc=50390759, argv=0x300c4e7) at mplayer.c:4127
>>>(gdb) Dump of assembler code from 0x8c87d4 to 0x8c8814:
>there seems to be something wrong with your libdvdcss. Try to change 
>version or use the other incarnation (mpdvdkit <> external dvdcss)
I downloaded libdvdcss svn and it fixed the problem at my workplace. Thanks.

At home, for some reason, configure does not detect libdvdcss at all, even 
though it is in the normal place (/mingw/lib). That is, configure with no 
options says dvdcss_*internal* = no, and libdvdcss is in the list of 
disabled optional drivers.

I tried CFLAGS=-DHAVE_DVDCSS_DVDCSS_H ./configure when building libdvdnav 
and MPlayer, but it did not help. In the case of MPlayer, the #define was 
not added automatically to CFLAGS, so I added it myself, but that did not 
help either.

I will try with a fresh checkout of MPlayer, libdvdnav, and libdvdcss when I 

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