Well, I did that and when I try mplayer -vo dga -dvd 2
/dev/dvd I get the following error

dev/dvd I get the following error

Reading config file
/usr/local/share/mplayer/mplayer.conf: No such file or
Reading config file /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/config
Reading /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/codecs.conf: can't open
'/home/bsdsys/.mplayer/codecs.conf': No such file or
Reading /usr/local/share/mplayer/codecs.conf: 50 audio
& 136 video codecs
font: can't open file:
font: can't open file:
Using usleep() timing
Can't open input config file
/home/bsdsys/.mplayer/input.conf: No such file or
Input config file /usr/local/share/mplayer/input.conf
parsed: 52 binds

Playing DVD title 2
libdvdread: Could not open device with libdvdcss.
libdvdread: Can't open /dev/dvd for reading
Couldn't open DVD device: /dev/dvd

Playing /dev/dvd
File not found: '/dev/dvd'

--- Mike Maltese <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > DVD drive in and took the plugs from my cd-rom
> drive
> > and pluged them into my dvd. I don't know shit
> about
> > hardware so maybe I shouldn't have done this.
> Thats
> As long as it's jumpered correctly, this should be
> fine
> > why I'm here. The handbook says I should ln -sf
> > /dev/acd0c /dev/dvd and ln -sf /dev/racd0c
> /dev/rdvd.
> > Would this apply to me sence I didn't *actually*
> add
> > the drive I just unpluged one and pluged another
> in?
> > Some help would be appreciated.
> I believe the purpose of this is that programs like
> mplayer expect /dev/dvd,
> which of course doesn't exist in FreeBSD. I suppose
> that linking to the
> acd[n] device is the easiest way to make things work
> without having to
> remember which device is your DVD drive. You can
> also manually specify the
> device in mplayer, but perhaps this is a hard-wired
> value in other programs.

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