Install Latest SMPlayer in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora

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2 Responses

  1. kwizart says:

    Looks like there is a missing dependency on RPM Fusion here given smplayer relies on mpv to be available.

    It’s also possible to rely on smplayer from RPM Fusion only instead or using this additional repository (but it shoudn’t lead to conflict).

  2. Now, its very fine in runing into .iso of GNU/Linux KDu-2.0-Alpha8 or Beta 1 to upload for we server sourcefourge…..tks…..

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