Originally Posted by Simon Bridge
What are you trying to achieve?
In what way is this failing?
You want xine to play (navigate) a dvd in the default dvd drive, that command is:
Yeah, the two slashes (//) doesn't seem to be doing it either.
On the commandline I can start it like this "xine dvd:///filename.iso".
I think the problem is that nautilus is sending the command like this
"xine dvd:/// filename.iso" with a space before the filename. Xine is starting, but it appears that nautilus thinks "dvd:///" is a commandline option instead of attaching it directly to the front of the filename.
I wish I could solve this.
Thanks for you posting in Simon.