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Re: [trinity-users] Re: what can I do, uptodare wheezy, to play video3gpp2950.3g2, which claims its an mpeg4

From: Stefan Krusche <linux@...>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 11:36:52 +0100
Sorry, I got something wrong in the other mail I sent earlier...

Am Freitag 23 M�rz 2018 schrieb Gene Heskett:
> I found this on the web at crunchbang, which says
> #4
> 2014-08-20 03:18:57
> hvwoax
>     New Member
>     Registered: 2014-08-20
>     Posts: 1
> Re: [solved] mplayer2 fails to load libraries
> I had just done a dist-upgrade in Sid and got the mplayer error.
> Package libdvdnav4 was installed but not
> in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu!
> So I copied the symlink and the lib from the deb...
> And then did ln -s
> and mplayer was back...
> But my copy of it is in the /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu subdir.
> I'll give this a try.
> And I think it works, the *.* version plays something, but it wasn't the
> saved file. Clicking on the file in kmail gets me a requester or 3
> complaining about the skin, and eventually fails w/o playing the
> targeted file from a kmail click on the attachment.
> But the saved file does play, so the "skin" error seems to be the thing
> now.

I have a file /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ on a Debian 
wheezy (amd64) system, but can't check from which package it comes as I don't 
have access to this wheezy system now. gives no hit for in all of the newer dists 
inclusive jessie and apparently you can't search wheezy (oldoldstable) anymore.

I know I have packages installed from debian-multimedia repository on this 
wheezy system and maybe is from one of them.