Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th May 2009 09:42 UTC, submitted by Extend
FreeBSD Last week it was BSD week: OpenBSD 4.5, NetBSD 5.0, and DragonFlyBSD 2.2.1. FreeBSD 7.2 completes the picture, with every major BSD now having a new and fresh release waiting to be installed on your desktop, laptop, or server.
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FreeBSD & DVD Playback
by DRIQ on Wed 6th May 2009 21:08 UTC
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Thanks for all the positive comments. I am downloading the ISO to give it a go now.

One question. How do I play DVD on FreeBSD?

I need to install libdvdcss2 from for my Debian box to play DVD.

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RE: FreeBSD & DVD Playback
by fretinator on Wed 6th May 2009 21:15 in reply to "FreeBSD & DVD Playback"
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It took me about 5 seconds to google the answer. This is when most people will tell you to RTFM, which stands for "Read the FAQ, Moops". This instruction was originally given to the Moors, but it was mistranslated as Moops.

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RE: FreeBSD & DVD Playback
by speedbuggy on Fri 8th May 2009 16:41 in reply to "FreeBSD & DVD Playback"
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It's been a while for me running a FreeBSD desktop, mostly servers but I did use VLC to view a DVD once. I think I had to mount the DVD manually first then point VLC to it with the File menu.



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