Enabling DVD and MPEG playback in SUSE Linux

I just posted the article Enabling DVD and MPEG playback in SUSE Linux.

 The folks at PCTech 101 dropped us a line last night,  indicating they have put together a nice guide for those Linux enthusiasts out  there. This one really applies here at CD Freaks, as...
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Who needs SuSe for multimedia when there is also PCLinuxOS and TexStar’s huge repository :+:B

I can write a guide for any linux distribution in under a minute: 1) Install VLC 2) Use VLC.

OK, perhaps a bit newbie unfriendly but I would take VLC over other players any day because it provides all needed codecs itself. If you do decide to install it, install two packages: vlc and vlc-plugin-alsa (in your graphical package manager). Works great on Windows as well!
[edited by BaRtMaN42 on 12.09.2006 19:15]
[edited by BaRtMaN42 on 12.09.2006 19:16]

For me mplayer is the way to go! It also includes all the codecs you need including Quicktime and realplayer playback. VLC is nice too.