Jumat, 08 Juli 2011

Cara INstall VLC di Ubuntu

  Agus Nur Ikhsan       Jumat, 08 Juli 2011

Remember the c-korn ppa, we mentioned in the vlc 1.1 announcement for installing its 4th release candidate. As it turns out, Christoph Korn, the maintainer, has now updated it with the stable release. So, you can now install and enjoy the new VLC 1.1 on Ubuntu based systems.
A piece of advice: Before starting with the installation, please know that whatever happens to your system after installing an app from PPA is your responsibility. In most cases, things are fine but your system may run into trouble. As far as this article is concerned, I installed it on my system and it worked like charm but due to different configs it might not be the same case in every system. So, be careful
In order to install VLC 1.1 on your system just run the following commands.
[shredder12]$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:c-korn/vlc
[shredder12]$ sudo apt-get update
If the first command doesn't work for you, try other methods of installing vlc through ppa.
Now, if you don't have VLC already installed then either click this link(if fails, see apturl) or run this command to install it.
[shredder12]$ sudo apt-get install vlc
and if you are already running some version then go to System->Administration->Update Manager, you will see the option showing vlc. It will show vlc 1.1.0-1 ppa1 in the description, just hit update and install "The Luggage".
Note: If you are having trouble updating, try this. Completely uninstall vlc, use the following command.
[shredder12]$ sudo apt-get remove --purge vlc vlc-nox vlc-data vlc-plugin-pulse
Now, run the installation command mentioned above the note to install it.
Please note that, the apt-cache/synaptic keeps showing vlc 1.0.6, GoldenEye, as the only package available but the installation works just fin.

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