NFS, DVD Playback
jfrazer at ieee.org
Sat Apr 9 21:06:32 PDT 2005
I'm having a couple of annoying problems here, that maybe someone
can help me with.
When the machine boots, one of my NFS file systems (/home)
always fails to mount (but gives no error).
The relevant lines from fstab are:
trogdor:/usr/ports /usr/ports nfs rw 0 0
trogdor:/home /home nfs rw 0 0
However, I have no problem mounting this after logging in with a
"mount trogdor:/home /home" ... I've tried a number of different
combinations, such as changing the order in fstab, and using the
full server name. Nothing seems to make it work the way it should.
I have no trouble mounting these shares from FreeBSD 4.11,
Ubuntu, or Mac OS 10.3 (the NFS server is running FreeBSD 4.11).
I'm having trouble making mplayer play dvds. It can
play everything just fine except dvds. I always get the error:
"FATAL: Could not initialize video filters (-vf) or video
I solved this problem once before, but I can't remember how. And
I recall the solution had nothing to do with what the error implied.
All I did before was create a link from acd0c to racd0c,
But that doesn't seem to work any more. After doing
this latest update with buildworld/installworld it is now broken
again. Does anyone have any experience with this?
Thanks in advance,
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