[MPlayer-users] can't play megamind or train your dragon on linux (ubuntu 10.04)
you2bepie at yahoo.com
Sun May 8 01:24:32 CEST 2011
Ecactly what command did you type ? I used "mplayer dvdnav://"
Also this is the start string:
MPlayer SVN-r1.0~rc3+svn20090426-4.4.3 (C) 2000-2009 MPlayer Team
mplayer: could not connect to socket
mplayer: No such file or directory
Failed to open LIRC support. You will not be able to use your remote control.
No stream found to handle url dvdnav://
Is she using the same version ?
--- On Sat, 5/7/11, Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson at cox.net> wrote:
From: Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson at cox.net>
Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] can't play megamind or train your dragon on linux (ubuntu 10.04)
To: "MPlayer usage questions, feature requests, bug reports" <mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu>
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2011, 6:46 PM
Fortunately, my wife runs 10.04. So I tried playing Shrek on her box
and it worked perfectly.
On 05/07/2011 04:55 PM, a a wrote:
> Maybe they changed it after 10.04 (I had said 9.04; but I am on 10.04 which is the latest LTS). I'm finding that even short delays in updates really puts me behind; maybe I should move up to 10.10 ?
> --- On Sat, 5/7/11, Ron Johnson<ron.l.johnson at cox.net> wrote:
> From: Ron Johnson<ron.l.johnson at cox.net>
> Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] can't play megamind or train your dragon on linux (ubuntu 10.04)
> To: mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu
> Date: Saturday, May 7, 2011, 5:11 PM
> On 05/07/2011 03:43 PM, Marcin 'Rambo' Roguski wrote:
>>> dvdnav:// does not work at all;
>>> Playing dvdnav://.
>>> No stream found to handle url dvdnav://
>> Apparently who ever mainains that mplayer package (I suggest if you want
>> to compile it yourself, use SVN/git) removed or didn't include dvdnav
> Mythbuntu's mplayer can't be that different (if at all) from Ubuntu's
> mplayer, and "mplayer dvdnav://" works perfectly on Ubuntu 10.10.
> (Note, though, that I have installed the maverick-bleed PPA.)
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