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it's not necessary to delete it, it might be a codec for playing songs or hiden file within your folder (probably a hidden file)


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It is in your directory, it is just a hidden file. If you are using Nautilus: find the folder, press Ctrl+H then simply delete it.


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I think if you turn on "reading mode" in workrave, it will always count down the time, regardless of how much keyboard/mouse usage you do.


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For all architectures Unfortunately the VideoLAN Project team only provides pre-built packages of libdvdcss2 for Intel x86 architectures (see below). Therefore for PowerPC and other architectures you must compile and build it yourself as described here: Add the VideoLAN package repository to your repository list. To that purpose create a file ...


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Disclaimer: Works on Intel Macs and other PCs only. For PowerPCs and other architectures see my other answer. Instead of building the library yourself, you can install a pre-compiled and packaged version from the VideoLAN project: libdvdcss2_1.2.13-0_i386.deb libdvdcss2_1.2.13-0_amd64.deb Install with sudo dpkg -i [debian package file].


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I dit find the package at http://download.videolan.org/debian/precise/libdvdcss_1.2.13.orig.tar.bz2 I installed build-essential and then I compiled the source and it does work.


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Have you tried to follow these instructions from the Videolan documentation (scroll down to the Video on demand section)? It would be useful if you provide a test rtsp url that you want to stream. Edit: the instructions from the above link are: First launch the vlc: vlc --ttl 12 -vvv --color -I telnet --telnet-password videolan --rtsp-host ...


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You may give a try to mplayer. sudo apt-get install mplayer Pass the rtsp:// URL to mplayer on its command line. There are servers out there that serve files containing a rtsp:// URL over HTTP, but then serve content in the MMS protocol. This is for compatibility with some older Microsoft players (my memory is hazy over the details), but it breaks ...


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Edit by Ramsudharsan (ramsudharsanm@gmail.com): The following is the code which I used to install vlc on my ubuntu 14.04: Removing old vlc and its packages: sudo apt-get purge vlc vlc-nox gstreamer1.0-libav:i386 libavcodec-extra-54:i386 libavformat54:i386 libopus0:i386 Adding architecture: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 Then install vlc: sudo apt-get ...


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But to play these files I need VLC with sudo. I think it's a good reason. No, you're jumping to conclusions without thinking twice about possible causes for the issue you have and side effects or damage done to your installation by using such a crude workaround. How to read and write HFS+ journaled external HDD in Ubuntu without access to OS X? How to ...


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Open up Software & Updates and navigate to the "additional drivers" tab. Select the proprietary Radeon driver from the list of drivers.


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You may need to install restricted extras: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras That should work. But if it doesn't work after installing ubuntu-restricted-extras Open Ubuntu Software center and search for "gstreamer" and install it. Or open the terminal and type the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gstreamer-developers/ppa ...


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MPlayer cannot open ISO files (which are image files of a physical media). What you need to do, is mount the .iso file on your system, so the "drive" becomes avaiable. You can mount the file by right clicking on it choose "Open With" -> "Diskmounting Tool" (or something like that, I don't run an english version, so can't tell you for certain). This should ...


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I had the same problem in VLC today. I just went into: Tools > Preferences > Audio Then I had to change output module to ALSA audio output Thats fix my problem in Ubuntu 12.04, VLC 2.0.8


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In Windows, different applications keep all their files, including the executable files in their own folders. In Linux, the norm is that all applications use the standard folders instead (/bin, or /usr/bin for executables, /lib, or /usr/lib for libraries, etc.). Since the standard binary folders are all in the default PATH, you usually don't need to add ...


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I was having the same issue on my Lenovo Thinkpad and it just pops up anytime. If your problem is the same as mine then this happens whenever you shake or move your laptop slightly or significantly. These laptops have sensors to sense movement and go into damage control mode just in case the laptop falls. Just try and keep it still and you won't face this ...


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Did you try running sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh ? It is a " shell script to install libdvdcss under Debian GNU Linux, many DVDs use css for encryption. To play these discs, a special library is needed to decode them, libdvdcss. Due to legal problems, Debian and most Linux distibutions cannot distribute libdvdcss " This script will also ...


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The two ways I have found until now are: to downmix the audio stream with an external utility (like eac3to at least on Windows), but the quality is not always good enough. use VLC version 2.1.3 or higher. http://www.vlc-forum.de/index.php/Thread/1423-Audio-5-1-Spur-zu-Stereo-Spur/ [in German] someone says that VLC downmixing became better. ...


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I ad the same problem and solved by disabling "overlay" in basic video setting. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04LTS, VLC 2.4.1 on ATI HD8600.


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you can solve by following these instructions from the qgis installers page: Via ubuntugis: The ubuntugis project provides newer versions of various FOSSGIS packages, QGIS being one of them. Current packages available for precise and saucy. If you want to use those packages, remove the http://qgis.org/debian lines from your /etc/apt/sources.list and ...



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