Anyone know how to figure out what packages Kaffeine3 really depends on?
mrmazda at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 4 05:38:10 BST 2011
On 2011/07/04 03:15 (GMT) Duncan composed:
> Felix Miata posted:
>> On openSUSE 11.4 I want Kaffeine to be able to directly play isos made
>> from DVDs. Is this possible? If so, what does it take? I tried to have
>> YaST2 install it, but it wants to install kitchen sinks, bathtubs and
>> garages as well, and I don't want to be constantly updating lebenty
>> bazillion Packman things never used, nor wasting disk space on them.
>> I have win32codecs, libavcodecs, libxine1-codecs, libdvdcss2&
>> its 3 *boost* deps installed. The fault window is currently complaining
>> about missing demux, but also saying found input plugin without naming
>> whatever it is.
> Kaffeine3? Where'd you get that version number? The latest both on the
> site (kaffeine.kde.org) and here on gentoo is 1.2.2 (released 2011.04.17,
> 1.2.0 was 2011.04.04).
> Or do you mean the last kde3-based release, 0.8.8 (released 2009.05.23)?
> I gave up on kaffeine when it was still beta for kde4...
> I needed a decent non-kde3-based media player as I was removing kde3 from
> my system, and kaffeine clearly wasn't it, at that point, as it was
> basically the same as the low-feature built-in dragonplayer, etc.
Dragonplayer built into what? I never hear of it before.
zypper in dragonplayer wanted to install 36 packages.
> So I switched to the mplayer- and qt4-based smplayer, which I've been
> quite happy with BTW and which if anything, has even MORE features than
> kaffeine for kde3 did. I was just playing DVDs straight off the ISO
> image (I have them saved to my computer) to test some graphics config
> changes the other day, and I've played the physical DVDs themselves
> before as well, tho not nearly as recently.
I was only trying Kaffeine because I thought a KDE native would most likely
be next best thing to VLC.
zypper in smplayer only wanted to install 13 packages, so I removed
everything installed explicitly for kaffeine, then installed smplayer. It
seems good as VLC ever was. Thanks!
2011-07-03 23:21:28|remove |libxine1-codecs|1.1.19-2.pm.46.6|i586
2011-07-03 23:21:28|remove |mpeg2demux|1.0.2-1.pm.8.3|i586
2011-07-03 23:21:28|remove |libavcodec53|0.8-0.pm.1.1|i586
2011-07-03 23:21:29|remove |libboost_filesystem1_44_0|1.44.0-5.1|i586|
2011-07-03 23:21:29|remove |libboost_system1_44_0|1.44.0-5.1|i586
2011-07-03 23:21:29|remove |boost-license1_44_0|1.44.0-5.1|noarch
2011-07-03 23:21:29|remove |kde3-kaffeine-lang|0.8.8-51.1|noarch
2011-07-03 23:21:29|remove |kde3-kaffeine|0.8.8-51.1|i586|
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