Using dragon?

Jonas Norlander jonorland at gmail.com
Fri Feb 20 09:51:43 GMT 2009


2009/2/20 Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca>:
> Jonas Norlander wrote:
>
>> 2009/2/19 John Culleton <john at wexfordpress.com>:
>>> The only DVD player that comes with Kubuntu is Dragon. It
>>> doesn't seem to be able to find a disk in my drive.  What
>>> magic step am I missing?
>>> --
>>
>> There are plenty of media players in Kubunt but Dragon Player is the
>> only that are installed by default and thats to bad because is not
>> very good. Instead you can install one of Kaffeine, Xine, Mplayer or
>> VLC they are much better the Dragon Player.
>
> Really?  I've _always_ had kaffeine, and since in hardy it's a dependency of
> kubuntu-desktop, I'd have to guess it's still the default kubuntu DVD
> player.
>

Kaffeine is a KDE3 application so its understandable that they want to
replace it in Intrepid with a KDE4 application. But so far there is no
KDE4 media player worth replacing Kaffeine. What i wanted to say with
my first replay to the OP is don't waste time with Dragon Player, use
one that works and works well. Kaffeine is the best choice for me as I
also using it to watch/record DVB.

/ Jonas



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