Sven Arvidsson wrote:
Hello SvenOn Tue, 2006-12-12 at 17:39 +0000, andy wrote: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?There are distribution issues with the DeCSS code. All Debian packages install documentation to /usr/share/doc/packagename so you need to navigate to /usr/share/doc/libdvdread3/ and read README.Debian. Basically, you need to install libdvdcss2 from an unofficial Debian archive. Hope this helps,
Cheers for the response.
Well, I'll be a primate's mother's brother: all the warning seemed to do was just to give a warning re: verification. I changed my sources list as noted previously and apt-get install libdvdcss2 and it worked like a charm. Now that is *very* cool!!
Thanks Christian for the package and others here for the help.
Off to watch "Saucerful of Secrets" now ... he he he