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DVD Support on Ubuntu Breezy

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The other evening I wanted to watch a DVD on my new laptop. When I originally setup my desktop PC I installed all the required libraries and codecs for DVDs etc., without keeping any record of where I got them from.

This time round I ran into a couple of issues, as the libdvdcss2 packages were not available.

Fortunately someone has gone to the trouble of putting together a very handy utility which automatically installs all of the software you could possibly need.

Link.

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