Re: libdvdread does not find libdvdcss
I did as you recommended: Uninstalled libdvdcss, installed libdvdcss2 and
build libdvdread2 from the unstable source. Now everything seems to work well.
Thank you very much for your help,
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I installed
> > libdvdcss0.0.03.ogle3 there were no complains any more when accesssing
> > dvd but dvd navigation still does not seem to work.
> Which program are you using? I suggest you double-check with VLC
> (the videolan.org APT repository is for woody).
> > My question is if I need to change
> > to libdvdread3 (where I actually do not exactly know how to update
> > when
> > I installed libdvdread3 it got installed next to libdvdread2 but still
> > access
> > to dvd was not possible for instance in dvd::rip). Or is there a way to
> > libdvdread2 to look for libdvdcss.so.2?
> Installing libdvdread3 will not help because your DVD reading software
> will still use libdvdread2. And the symlink trick will do no good because
> libdvdread3 and libdvdread2 are not compatible (they have the same API
> but the internal ABI changed a bit).
> What would probably work is build sid's libdvdread2 on a woody
> system using apt-get source and debuild. There may even be backports
> of libdvdread2 somewhere. Anyway, if your problems are due to the
> libdvdread / libdvdcss interaction, I strongly suggest you upgrade
> libdvdread and not downgrade libdvdcss.
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