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I just installed Redmon linux on my laptop(which is extremly weak by the way) and its the first time ive had xine on it, so I decided id try it out by poping in my fight club disk 2. it automaticly pops up saying this disk will not play in this region or something ridiculus like that, what can I do to fix that? I like being able to play DVDs on my comp, but this isnt any good.
Not many players do en-coded movies yet mainly because of license issues (with warner bros backing up the laywers I wouldn't be keen to do it ethier).. the best I've had so far was videolan..you might have luck but honestly the only program I've used that I thought was good was a windows one..they are supposed to be working on a linux port, but that was like a year ago and when ever I visit the page it just says they are in the final beta stages..yeeeaaaa..