Re: Turning off VDPAU with graphics
On Sun, 15 Oct 2017 16:26:39 -0400
Jeffry Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have an old laptop with a Pentium II (686-pae) and an ATI Rage 128
> (r128.ko) Mobility M3 video card. When attempting to run vlc,
> kaffeine, or mpv, they attempt o open up libvdpau_nvidia.so, which
> doesn't work. I've tried disabling hardware decoding in VLC, but it
> still tries to open that library. I think it's related to
> libavcodec55.so, which all three programs depend on.
> Any ideas on how to turn of hardware decoding?
Another thought: are there any nvidia packages installed on your system?
This file appears to be from nvidia-vdpau-driver, so maybe you just need
to remove that package?
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