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Old 04-17-2003, 12:55 PM   #1
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kmplayer


I want to give a frontend to my mplayer. I downloaded kmplayer package but it requires libkmediaplayer.so.0 and libvga.so.1 files I found that there is a large pakage kdelibs-3.1-9.i386.rpm which contains all these files. Can I work with only these file without installing the whole pacakege.

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mplayer already has a native front end in it. gmplayer. just run it. if you compiled mplayer from source, recompile with "./configure --enable-gui"
 
  


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