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Old 07-20-2005, 12:50 AM   #1
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totem cannot mount my dvd although all other players can


Hi,

I installed xine-ui, libxine1, kaffeine, mplayer, totem and libdvdcss. Kaffeine works, mplayer doesn't, and totem can't mount the drive.

In xine (front end) and kaffeine, the widescreen is quite narrow. I have installed totem cause i read that it has features to fix this problem. Now totem can't mount the drive.

I have a toshiba f10-g10 qosmio with a 15 '' display I am also having problems with x and y display size of this box. Would this be a contributing factor to extra thin widescreen.

So my two questions are why won't kaffeine mount and what are proper x and y values for sax? and can I just use a tape measure, since I cannot find the values in the manual nor from phone support.
 
  


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