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; Compiling<nowiki>:</nowiki> ES_LaunchTitleBackground is not in libogc es.c/h yet. cvs only has ES_LaunchTitle? --[[User:CarstenK|CarstenK]] 05<nowiki>:</nowiki>39, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
 
; Compiling<nowiki>:</nowiki> ES_LaunchTitleBackground is not in libogc es.c/h yet. cvs only has ES_LaunchTitle? --[[User:CarstenK|CarstenK]] 05<nowiki>:</nowiki>39, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
 
: To build libdi, you need the Git branch of libogc that we maintain. Fetch the repository from git://hackmii.com/home/ogcgit/libogc and run make and make install. If you’re under Windows, you can use msysgit.
 
: To build libdi, you need the Git branch of libogc that we maintain. Fetch the repository from git://hackmii.com/home/ogcgit/libogc and run make and make install. If you’re under Windows, you can use msysgit.
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; I'm not a MPlayer guru (yet), but I noticed a lot of config options pertaining to network support in the source (specifically, cfg-common-opts.h). This port obviously doesn't use the stream directive ala [[Homebrew_apps/MPlayerWii|MPlayerWii]]. Is there a different method or is streaming disabled? [[User:Sli|Sli]] 07:42, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

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Read files from DVD

As it's said, it's not possible right now to read files from a DVD. Is it due to the DVD lib and so it never will be possible or is it just not implemented yet? Elmarsupio
Erant's dvdlib allows raw access to DVDs. what's missing is a devoptab device to access files within an iso9660/udf filesystem - just like libfat offers for FAT filesystems on SD cards. such a device can be built upon the dvdlib, so yes it's totally possible - there just isn't one atm :P dhewg 15:53, 13 August 2008 (UTC)
I installed DVDX the normal way using HBC, then executed MPlayer and loop.mov played. What do I need to do now? The controller doesn’t seem to work, inserting a DVD doesn’t change anything, the menu doesn’t pop up.
When you put the mplayer folder for the homebrew channel in the apps folder you renamed it. The app paths are hard coded. Rename your other mplayer folders and leave this one as mplayer.

Where does the di folder go in order to enable DVD playback? Blackprince97 00:34, 14 August 2008 (UTC)

Inside the /apps folder, like any other homebrew. You only need to run it once, you can delete it afterward. Felix
so do I rename the installer.dol to boot.dol? Cause it's not showing up on the homebrew channel menu. 03:29, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
Yes you need to rename installer.dol to boot.dol and place it in root/apps/****/ Pebls123 05:17, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
Compiling: ES_LaunchTitleBackground is not in libogc es.c/h yet. cvs only has ES_LaunchTitle? --CarstenK 05:39, 14 August 2008 (UTC)
To build libdi, you need the Git branch of libogc that we maintain. Fetch the repository from git://hackmii.com/home/ogcgit/libogc and run make and make install. If you’re under Windows, you can use msysgit.
I'm not a MPlayer guru (yet), but I noticed a lot of config options pertaining to network support in the source (specifically, cfg-common-opts.h). This port obviously doesn't use the stream directive ala MPlayerWii. Is there a different method or is streaming disabled? Sli 07
42, 17 August 2008 (UTC)