Full-blown unrestricted MPlayer with bells and whistles?
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I have built packages for UMPlayer and tonight when I get back home I will check if they work. if they do, I will upload them to my repository.
Great, I shall replace my own dodgy slackbuild with your undoubtedly more refined one . I stole some build ideas from an Ubuntu guide where a couple of oddities with umplayer.spec and a poor setting within src/preferences.cpp were exposed...
I am also working on a better SlackBuild for the latest MPlayer source. The Slackware script (and mine) do not take into account that the MPlayer source no longer contains a 'ffmpeg' subdirectory - it has to be downloaded seprately and integrated.
And after that, I will create packages for mplayer2 which is a fork of MPlayer of which I have high expectations.