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erm, no the dvd menu is still very much in developement, you can still try out what it can do by downloading the dvdnav library and enabling it during configure. last time i checked it showed the menu but precious little after that.
good thigns take time though. you can be sure than when it is working it will be the best written menu navigation system on linux...
well with the libraries installed (i have libdvdnav-0.1.1, but can't remember where i got the bz2ball from... oh try http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvd/ ) and then it's ./configure --with-libdvdnav=whereyouinstalleddvdnavlibrariesto
You said you installed the libdvdnav rpm, did you install the matching -dev rpm as well? AFAIK, without the C headers, you can't compile a program against it so no program that you compile can make use of the library.