Did an install of Lubuntu 12.04 a few days ago, and managed to get libdvdcss2 installed - all good, then I mucked up the installation because I'm a noob, and could no longer install Libdvdcss2. So, decided to get latest 14.04 version and install on my iMac PPC G4 system, all good until I try to install libdvdcss2.
When I try to play video DVDs on Ubuntu 11.10 always get this error message: "Could not read DVD. This may be because the DVD is encrypted and a DVD decryption library is not installed." I tried to solve this with adding restricted-extras and libdvdcss2. But i still get this message. Any ideas to fix that?
libdvdcss2 installed (via the install-css.sh script)
both VLC and Totem won't pay two rented DVDs I got from a RedBox tonight.
Am I missing something? I thought the big one was libdvdcss... but even with that and everything else I added, no dice. Eh?
I have a Lenovo ThinkPad X230 that came with a docking station equipped with a Serial Ultrabay Slim. It came with a DVD drive in it and I'm trying to work out how to play DVDs (or use it at all!) but I have had no luck. In fact, it doesn't seem to even recognize the drive. When I insert a DVD it spins up for about 15 seconds and then spins down, doing nothing. The eject button still works though.