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Old 04-10-2006, 03:14 PM   #1
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Ogle 64-bit?


I recently installed olge to play dvds. I went into YaST2 to install somehting, can't remember what doesn't matter, and there was a conflict over a file. Ogle is 32 bit and I have Suse 64-bit. THe issue is some lib file. A program that I have needs it in 64 bit an ogle needs it in 32 bit. Doesn't seem to be cuaseing any real problems. *knock on wood* But was wondering if there was an Ogle 64 or another 64 bit DVD Player for linux? Tried to get Xine to play dvd's but couldn't. Thank's for your help.
 
  


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