Erik Liin Dansbo
dansbo at mail.dk
Sun Nov 4 08:49:55 UTC 2007
Yes I do have the mythdvd menu. And I also tried to install mythdvd again
using yum and it just says "nothing to do"
I was thinking if it was possible to make a "yum uninstall mythdvd" and
then install it again?
Jos Hoekstra <joshoekstra at gmx.net> wrote:
> Erik Liin Dansbo schreef op 3-11-2007 21:35:
> > Hi again.
> > I am having trouble getting my mythtv to play VCD's I've googled
> > and found out that I probably haven't configured mythdvd to play
> > Well I should probably mention, that I am running mythtv-0.20 and I
> > followed Jarod Wilsons guide as good as I can.
> > In essense this means that I installed mythtv using "yum install
> > mythtv-suite"
> Ehich probably means that you use fedora and enabled atrpms
> > well back to the chase. I found out that I should run a command
> > "./config --help" to see how to enable the features I want for my
> > mythplugins.
> If you installed mythtv via yum/rpm you don;t have the ./config, it's
> only in the source. Do you have the DVD-menu?
> > So I enter the mythplugin directory i.e.
> > "/usr/share/docs/mythplugins-0.20" and just tried to run "./config
> > --help" then I get ~no such file or directory.
> > Then I check to see if I have something called configure in that
> > directory and I don't.
> > Is there some file I could edit in order to get mythdvd to play
> Try yum install mythtdvd and then configure mythtv to use mythtdvd to
> play your dvd's. It's called the internal player.
> > Please help
> > Erik
> Jos Hoekstra
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