Talk:Multimedia and DVDs in Ubuntu
Since we won't be using Automatix by the end of october, this page should change to reflect that. The instructions should be pretty darn easy to understand as well: could this be done in synaptic? Then the page could simply list off package names. Otherwise, we'll need to show a bit of a tutorial in how to change documents using a text editor. Shawn 18:35, 12 October 2007 (PDT)
- The instructions no longer use Automatix. I will look at changing to Synaptic, but they work as posted as of this date. -- MW 18:53, 22 January 2008 (PST)
The auto installer script is awol, Her eis what used to say:
Auto installer script (easiest)=
- WORKS AGAIN YAY! (at least in 10.04)
- Open a terminal Applications --> Accessories--> terminal and type or paste the following two lines one at a time.
- sh restricted-installer.sh
- Or: download the file by clicking on the link  (it might be good to save it to your desktop other wise find it by going to Places_>downloads or wherever when its finished downloading . Then right click on the file and chose properties. Click on the permissions tag and check the the execute option. (This allows the file to run as a program). .
- Now double click on the file and chose 'Run in Terminal'. You can delete the file when done.