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This is now possible with version 2.2 http://videolan.org/vlc/releases/2.2.0.html


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Vlc problem is solved when I did these: completely removed vlc removed the driver of my ZTE modem (ZTE MF-193E) that uses qt plugins to run installed vlc again; and vlc runs normally Later I installed the modem driver again, but this time vlc kept working!


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It may also help starts vlc with the "--inhibit" option. You can put that option in the VLC startup line editing the KickOff launcher menu: /usr/bin/vlc --inhibit %U that works on Debian Wheezy 7.8.0 vlc version 2.0.6 Twoflower (2.0.6-0-gbe9623c)


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You've been affected by this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libav/+bug/1374825 so the only thing for you to do is to subscribe to the bug list and whenever the bug is resolved, and the update comes in, the problem will go away all by itself... If you don't want to wait, have a look here instead.


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I can not comment on posts yet, I only have enough "rep" to answer questions. As such, this is a suggestion. Open terminal: CTRL-ALT-T try running: sudo apt-get install -f This should try to resolve any dependency issues.


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Download and install all G streamer libraries to play different video formats in VLC using this command sudo apt-get install gstreamer1.0-*


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Ok, found an answer by myself searching for "11" pattern inside vlc settings files. For others with same problem, the folder ~/.config/vlc contains all vlc settings file (actually, I have two files on my system named vlcrc and vlc-qt-interface.conf). Open vlcrc file with a text editor, search for sub-delay line and set it to 0 (i.e. sub-delay=0)


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You asked, Now my question is if vlc depended on some packages that were uninstalled due to uninstallation of some other stuff, then why would those packages be removed even when vlc had dependency on them? Answer: No, apt package management system, which Ubuntu uses, doesn't remove a package upon which other packages depend, even if you want to ...


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Try to use vlc rtp://@:46504 instead.


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Try doing a fresh install of vlc. sudo apt-get remove vlc. Then sudo apt-get install vlc.


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try out sudo apt-get install vlc. Using apt-get can be more reliable than the software center sometimes


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Solved! In the Configuration menu in Pavucontrol, "Analog stereo input" was selected. When I chose "Analog stereo duplex", the system audio out was activated and I got sound!


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Maybe you need gdebi, it can help you auto-install what the dependences when you install .deb. First, you should install it sudo apt-get install gdebi then, you can sudo gdebi xx.deb


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As I did not fully remember what I have done before that problem occured, I finally decided to re-install ubuntu 14.04 from scratch.


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall alsa lame vlc adduser <username> audio reboot Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i alsamixer Adjust the volume of your system, and unmute the master control. Now You can play music in terminal with vlc: vlc -I ncurses ...


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I had this problem this morning after messing around with VLC (changing some preferences, trying to add a skin, attempting to get bookmarking working). Finally I went into ~/.config/vlc and deleted everything – next time I started VLC, all was well.


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"cheese" is unfortunately a very poorly written software. And, unfortunately, there is no really decent camera software on Ubuntu ("guvcview" and others have some +s but still far from panacea). Bugs, cheap design and lack of options may be discouraging. Some suggestions anyway do lsusb to see if you webcam is detected in the USB port In cheese / ...



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