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Re: [trinity-users] R: Re: [trinity-users] R: Re: [trinity-users] Installing K9copy on Maverick/Trinity

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2011 15:07:16 -0500
>
>
>>----Messaggio originale----
>>Da: kb9vqf@...
>>Data: 31/08/2011 21.35
>>A: <trinity-users@...>
>>Ogg: Re: [trinity-users] R: Re: [trinity-users] Installing K9copy on
> Maverick/Trinity
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>----Messaggio originale----
>>>>Da: kb9vqf@...
>>>>Data: 31/08/2011 18.27
>>>>A: <trinity-users@...>
>>>>Ogg: Re: [trinity-users] Installing K9copy on Maverick/Trinity
>>>>
>>>>> Hello.I'm happily running Maverick/Trinity (binary distribution
>>>>> fromPearsoncomputing), and I've installed many packages, but allwith
>>>>> few
>>>>> dependencies. Now, I wish install K9copy.However I've seen that
>>>>> installing
>>>>> K9copy involves a lot ofdependencies, many of which are upgradings of
>>>>> the
>>>>> base KDEsoftware. Do you know if it'safe to install all that together
>>>>> withTrinity ? I would be very disappointing if I had to find out
>>>>> thatmy
>>>>> Trinity was jeopardized by modules from some kind of KDE4.x
>>>>> distribution.ThanksD.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Which packages are you concerned about?
>>>>
>>>>You should be able to install any of the Trinity modules or
>>>> applications
>>>>side-by-side with KDE4 (or any other DE for that matter)--if this
>>>> fails,
>>>>it is considered a bug.
>>>>
>>>>Tim
>>>>
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>>>
>>> Well, at last I've installed k9copy, but it does not work at all,
>>> because
>>> it
>>> starts but crashes every
>>> time as soon as it tries to read the DVD driver. At the same time, I've
>>> discovered that Xine
>>> reads only my old backup copies but not commercial DVDs. Maybe the two
>>> problems are
>>> actually the same ? Do I have to install libdvdcss ? I tried to do so,
>>> unsuccessfully
>>>  :
>>> manghi@silverblack:~$ sudo apt-get install libdvdcss
>>> Lettura elenco dei pacchetti... Fatto
>>> Generazione albero delle dipendenze
>>> Lettura informazioni sullo stato... Fatto
>>> Il pacchetto libdvdcss non ha versioni disponibili, ma è nominato da
>>> un
>>> altro
>>> pacchetto. Questo può significare che il pacchetto è mancante,
>>> è
>>> obsoleto
>>> oppure è disponibile solo all'interno di un'altra sorgente
>>>
>>> E: Il pacchetto "libdvdcss" non ha candidati da installare
>>> manghi@silverblack:~$
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> D.
>>>
>>
>>As this project is based in the United States, and is therefore subject
>> to
>>the DMCA, I cannot provide any assistance on this particular topic.
>> Also,
>>this topic should not be discussed on the mailing list.
>>
>>If anyone who does not live in the United States, and is therefore not
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>>
>>Thank you for your understanding!
>>
>>Timothy Pearson
>>Trinity Desktop Project
>>
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>
> OK, I understand.
> D.
>

I should mention as well that this is not a Trinity specific problem. :-)

Perhaps a local (non-US based) Linux forum could help you out?

Tim