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Old 12-08-2008, 03:41 PM   #1
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VLC problem

Hi, I'm new here. I have used Fedora for a while as my Linux platform and then I was liitle newbie, now I've not so changed except that I can install one Slackware, create partitions... and now I use Slackware.
So I ' m using KDE (really surprised of Amarok 's abilit yto play FLAC) but I wanna watch HD movies with VLC. I've downloaded all packages need - dependencies and so on from for VLC, but the VLC still doesn't go good with them. So I'm asking you what packages I need more? I'll be grateful if u give me some advice.
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Just take a look at the documentation of needed libraries to use VLC properly.


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