Ron Johnson wrote:
Thanks Ron-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 12/12/06 11:39, andy wrote:Hey all Went to play my Pink Floyd "Live at Pompei" DVD and was told that it was encrypted and that I couldn't play it without libdvdcss. Apparently, libdvdcss doesn't exist in its own right as something that apt-get can install, but is referenced by other apps, such as gxine (already installed) and ogle (which was installed, but I uninstalled it), and libdvdread3 (which I already have installed). What do I do now?You thank Christian Marillat for making a great side-band repository of non-free packages. $ apt-cache policy libdvdcss2 libdvdcss2: Installed: 1.2.9-0.0 Candidate: 1.2.9-0.0 Version table: *** 1.2.9-0.0 0 500 http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid/main Packages 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status - -- Ron Johnson, Jr. Jefferson LA USA
Adjusting the sources-list to debian-multimedia I am getting an error after running update stating that I am needing a public key? Where do I get one of those and how do I set it up?
The available docs don't seem to say much about this under package management nor installing new packages.