Karl Larsen wrote:
Dean Maluski wrote:I did a Google search and come way with the knowlege that mplayer is in the throws of becoming a good package for windows and linux. But today they recommend you compile the many parts on your computer. If you have not done this then you better just wait.I've been struggling finding all the packages I need for an mplayer install. I think I've gotten most from fresh-meat. I was doing a search and found someone claiming it's as simple as. yum install mplayer-skins mplayer-fonts mplayer. Well, that doeesn't work. Now I'm stuck looking for aalib package. Any guidance appreciated! I'm running FC4
Or you can follow Stanton's instructions from earlier in the thread which "just work", without needing to compile anything.