Please don't top post.
Tom Bishop wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 2:23 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
>> a co-worker raves that vlc is the bestestplaysthemostformats media
>> player there is, including being able to resize videos. I see it's only
>> over on repoforge for CentOS, but trying to install it at home (I'm
>> running 5.8, 32-bit), it wants about 30 or more dependencies, and one
>> or two of them, of course, have conflicts.
>> Has anyone installed it in a 5.x environment? If so, what did you do?
> I think you may want to look at getting it from repo like rpmforge
> might want to make sure if you want to start using a third party repo that
> you install priorities and understand how it works
I think you didn't read all of what I asked: none of the std. repos for
CentOS have it (nor for 6.2); it seems to be at repoforge, yes, I do know
how to add another repo, and the problem is the dependencies of
I was *hoping* that either a) someone had a workaround to let me install
it, or b) had another repo source that might have fewer dependencies.
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