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OK, it seems the problem is in the mplayer2 package which does not contain aa (libaa1) support. I've tried mplayer (the old one, not mplayer2) package and it works! Here is what I've just done to make it work: $ sudo apt-get purge smplayer $ sudo apt-get purge mplayer2 $ sudo apt-get autoremove $ sudo apt-get install mplayer smplayer This way I've ...


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Try installing its lib: sudo apt-get install libaa1 Well, it seems that you don't have same version available from Ubuntu repository, Is it from a PPA or from upstream project site? This is a note from its man: NOTE: See -vo help for a list of compiled-in video output drivers. The version you installed is not built with libaa support, Here ...


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as gertvdijk said, you dont need to modify mplayer, but to answer the question 'where do i find the containing folder of it' which mplayer that will show you where mplayer is installed, or atleast give you a symlink to the installation path. and to find out if its a symlink or not file /usr/bin/mplayer that will tell you what kind of file it is ...



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