Diewi: Try xine. kaffeine hasn't done a good job for me.
Kaffeine is a frontend for xine.
I tried doing urpmi libdvdcss, but it said that "no package named libdvdcss". Does this mean that libdvdcss is not installed?
The package is actually libdvdcss2 in 2005LE. On my 2005LE machine these are the packages I install to get videos (Divx, Xvid, wmv, asf, mov, etc) and DVDs working:
urpmi win32-codecs xine-win32 real-codecs video-dvdrip
You will need to have the PLF-free and PLF-nonfree sources from easyurpmi setup for this to work.
As a tip try using the Mandrake Control Centre GUI (http://doc.mandrivalinux.com/Mandriv...anagement.html
) to install software in future as it provides close matches if you don't get the name of the package exactly right. The urpmq command does the same from the command line.