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Old 06-03-2010, 05:58 PM
Brian Wootton
Default kubuntu-users Digest, Vol 65, Issue 7

On 03/06/10 16:06, kubuntu-users-request@lists.ubuntu.com wrote:
> Re: can lucid play bluray(legally or illegally)?

>can lucid play bluray(legally or illegally)? if so, can anybody point

> > me in the right direction. I've been googling about and got all sorts
> > of messy looking(and questionable) results which I don't fancy
My solution is using DVD Fab on Wine. Rented DVDs are decrypted&
stored on HDD for later use. VLC plays DVD files later when I have time.
DVD Fab 7 has Blue-ray decrypt& copy functions, so I expect it to work
with Blue-ray also.
OK, so it is the wimps way but DVD Fab is the only Windiz program I use.


Ta muchly Eric, I've installed the DVDfab 7 with wine, will
now contact my source of bluray discs to see how legal I
might be in using it and get him to send me one to try if he will.
Wonder what the kubuntu developers may have to say about this.

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