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Instead of compiling MPlayer, you can also get the rpm-file. For redhat 9, you can find it at http://freshrpms.net/. You also have to get a couple of other packages, but you'll have too look at the dependencies to know which ones.
In Redhat 9 (gnome)u acn use add and remove programe to add and remove any linux default packages.
one this remeber if u installed complete Redhat with out any customized selection , then u must have to install Develeopment package otherwise u will face compiling and problem as i.
see more help for mplayer compiling http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...257#post435257
You are right Mobassir I have to install development but I am unable to do so as my second CD is not working. I am trying to get another copy of RH9 from Lahore but it is not available on all shops. When I will be able to get the new copy and will install the dev pack so then I will be able to address this issue. Sorry for this delay from my side.