How do I play DVDs in Fedora?

Easy! You just have to install a new version of the Totem Movie Player:
1. Using yum configuration.
2. Open a Terminal.
3. Become root: su
4. Now you have to remove the version of Totem that comes with Fedora,
and install the new version of Totem along with the files you need you play DVDs by:

echo -e “remove totem\n install totem-xine libdvdcss libdvdnav xine-lib-extras-nonfree\n run\n quit” | yum -y shell

And now you can play DVDs!

Also a good program is Xine!

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One thought on “How do I play DVDs in Fedora?

  1. Andrey says:

    But what’s so special about Xine player, can you describe it a bit more detailed, since some people (pointing at myself) didn’t use it at all! 🙂

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