[SOLVED] Trying to install movie player for ubuntu 10.04 not working
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Trying to install movie player for ubuntu 10.04 not working
I have Ubuntu 10.04 installed been playing around with it for a week or maybe two. A little familiar with the command line tried to install movie player or install what was missing and I have had no success. I'm a new linux user got turned on threw school trying to get rid of my windows crutch but little things like installing missing plug ins are getting me a little frustrated. Still a newbie with Linux but want to learn what may help me out or what websites would anyone point me to? I do appreciate any help I can get thank you for your time to whoever may read this!
Well Totem automatically comes with it. This is the movie player. Just go to Synaptic Package Manager and look up totem. You should find the repositories for it. Just install all of them and you should be set to go. Again, you do NOT need to install another video player as Totem Movie Player automatically comes with it.