Install VLC 2.0.5 in Ubuntu 12.10 and Linux Mint 14

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3 Responses

  1. Paul Quillin says:

    I followed your info and installed VLC using your commands at Terminal, but when i use it to open a movie (dvd) or iso file the VLC splashscreen comes up but immediately vanishes. I am using Linux Mint Nadia 14 (Mate) on a Thinkpad T61.

  2. Thakur Rajesh Singh says:

    First of all thanks for making the the lives of mortals like us simpler. i am a regular visitor of your sites ,always on the lookout for the latest from your side. i have installed VLC 2.03 on Centos 6.3(with kernel 3.7) as per your earlier article. Want to install 2.o5 for centos 6.3. please publish an article on that .

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Yet VLC 2.0.5 is not officially available from the remi or epel repositories. Once they made available will provide the article, right now its only way to install using source code, but its makes very difficult to install one-by-one dependencies packages and compile. Wait for some more time.

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