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Edit the .deb file to allow installation First, find the DEVEDE .deb file, usually in /var/cache/apt/archives. Copy the full path to the DEB file. Then: $ cd `mktemp -d` $ dpkg-deb -e "</path/to/devede.deb>" $ dpkg-deb -x "</path/to/devede.deb>" . Now try to edit the control file with your text editor (gedit in this example) and change the ...
This seems to be a peri-hardware issue with a few solutions: Don't import DVDs, use local-region ones Buy another DVD drive and set that to your second region Replace the drive with one whose firmware ignores region bits (a multi-region drive) If you want to get a little dirtier, some DVD drives can have an RPC1 (multi-region) firware written to them but ...
I assume you added a custom flag to mplayer in SMPlayer (at least, according to this Ubuntu forums post, it needs to be added). The option for mplayer2 is: --flip-hebrew Turns on flipping subtitles using FriBiDi. Note the hyphen between flip and hebrew. Try changing the SMPlayer flag to --flip-hebrew.
Assuming you are talking of mplayer itself, according to the man page1: MPlayer has a fully configurable, command-driven control layer which allows you to control MPlayer using keyboard, mouse, joystick or remote control (with LIRC). See the -input option for ways to customize it. ... -input <commands> This option can be used to ...
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