libdvdcss

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marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

Does anybody know how to install libdvdcss in trisquel? So i can read my DVD.

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

http://www.medibuntu.org can be setup to use only free repositories. You just have to setup manually or run a command afterwards to make it free only.

Just remember that Trisquel 4.0 is lucid, 4.5 is maverick, 5.0 is natty, and 5.5 is oneiric when setting this up. For example, to nab this for 5.0, go in the terminal and type (all one line):

sudo -E wget --output-document=/etc/apt/sources.list.d/medibuntu.list http://www.medibuntu.org/sources.list.d/natty.list && sudo apt-get --quiet update && sudo apt-get --yes --quiet --allow-unauthenticated install medibuntu-keyring && sudo apt-get --quiet update

Then immediately when that completes, do this (all one line):

sudo sed -e 's/ non-free//' -i /etc/apt/sources.list.d/medibuntu.list && sudo apt-get update

When you are done, do apt-get install libdvdcss2 in the terminal since libdvdcss2 is considered free software even though it cannot be included in Ubuntu's repositories for fears of violating DMCA laws. Wikipedia article here if you are interested.

SirGrant

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se unió: 07/27/2010

We have documentation on how to do exactly that:
[https://trisquel.info/en/wiki/enable-dvd-playback Enable DVD Playback]

marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

This page doesn't exist...

SirGrant

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I don't know. I can view it on my computer (logged in and not) and on my
phone. Is the link not working for anyone else?

Ark74

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se unió: 07/15/2009

SirGrant just pointed to the best solution, nothing to add here.

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

Pretty much the same result but different delivery. One is a repository that will be updated with the rest of your packages in the Update Manager and the other requires the manual running of a .sh file every time you think it may be updated.

mYself
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se unió: 01/18/2012
marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

Thank you all,

libdvdcss is a free software under GNU/GPL and I've heard that this legal in
Canada to play DVD in your computer.

Thanks

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

What method did you end up using?

marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

I used your way with medibuntu. It work well with my "Lord of the rings" DVD
but it read nothing at all for "Iron Maiden - Early Days".

SirGrant

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se unió: 07/27/2010

We have documentation on how to do exactly that: Enable DVD Playback

marioger
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This page doesn't exist...

SirGrant

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I don't know. I can view it on my computer (logged in and not) and on my phone. Is the link not working for anyone else?

Ark74

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se unió: 07/15/2009

SirGrant just pointed to the best solution, nothing to add here.

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

Pretty much the same result but different delivery. One is a repository that
will be updated with the rest of your packages in the Update Manager and the
other requires the manual running of a .sh file every time you think it may
be updated.

mYself
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se unió: 01/18/2012

I know 5 ways to do that:

1. http://packages.medibuntu.org/natty/libdvdcss2.html
2. sudo sh /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh
3. http://debian-multimedia.org/dists/squeeze/main/binary-i386/package/libdvdcss2.php
4. http://www.videolan.org/developers/libdvdcss.html
5. compile from source (http://download.videolan.org/libdvdcss/)

NOTE: The VideoLAN website contain both precompited DEBs and source tarballs (this is the difference between point 4 and 5).

marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

Thank you all,

libdvdcss is a free software under GNU/GPL and I've heard that this legal in Canada to play DVD in your computer.

Thanks

MagicFab
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se unió: 12/13/2010

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> Thank you all,
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> libdvdcss is a free software under GNU/GPL and I've heard that this
legal in Canada to play DVD in your computer.
>
> Thanks

Hi Mario,

Do you have a reference for that (URL, bill #, etc.)? I'd like to know
it, as it's useful when explaining these problems/matters.

Thank you.

Fabian

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marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

@fabian

About what? About libdvdcss license or about the right to copy on my computer?

libdvdcss lisence : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libdvdcss

Law : http://lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/Loi/C/C-42.pdf

marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

@fabian

About what? About libdvdcss license or about the right to copy on my
computer?

libdvdcss lisence : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libdvdcss

Law : http://lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/Loi/C/C-42.pdf

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

What method did you end up using?

marioger
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se unió: 11/20/2011

I used your way with medibuntu. It work well with my "Lord of the rings" DVD but it read nothing at all for "Iron Maiden - Early Days".

edit: Damn... Sometimes it reads, sometimes it don't...

edit: Everything is fine now. Thanks!