Welcome to LQ.
Trying to be gentle . . .
- Have you read How To Ask Questions the Smart Way? While LQ tries to be much nicer than the mailings lists referenced, there is still a lot of good advice in this essay.
- What is a "Del"? Is it a new company I haven't heard of? Or did you mean "Dell"? Please be more careful of your spelling & proof reading. There is just enough possibility that you really meant "Del", that I don't quite dare assume it's a mistake.
- In any case, specs or, better, a link to specs are always helpful.
- While we are speaking of specs, a link to specs & info on the BlueRay player you found would also be helpful.
- What OS (i.e. Linux distro, incl. ver.) are you using/planning to use? Unfortunately,
"Red Hat Nash version 18.104.22.168" tells me virtually nothing.
- What searches have you done for yourself?
- LQ or other HCL
In general ...
Warning: I know next to nothing about BlueRay ... yet.
- optical disks "just work" in Linux.
- mfrs. don't bother to find out (& list in the specs) if their product(s) work in Linux.
- you don't have to worry about OS ver. specific drivers in Linux, once something works it usually keeps working.
The good news is that your BlueRay player will probably work as a basic player, your problem will be to find playback software, & especially codecs, that can make it work completely.
Beware if it is designed for Vista & has DRM built-in -- this might make it difficult or impossible to use in Linux. (See #4 above.)
So, answer my Q's, by # if you like, & let's see if we can help.