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    Question Gnome codecs more correct & updated???

    It was long ago I did not install more Fedora 27 because I had given various problems and also with codec..

    I would like to know with the imminent arrival of Fedora 28 which are the most correct codecs to install with Gnome to avoid problems eg I have inserted "Remi " But I see gives trouble installing Shutter
    wget http://rpms.remirepo.net/fedora/remi-release-27.rpm

    What to install then to avoid problems with the future Fedora 28??

    Also inserting libdvdcss libdvdread Libdvdnav Lsdvd

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    Re: Gnome codecs more correct & updated???

    Codecs are codecs, and they're completely DE-agnostic. You install and use the same codecs for Gnome, KDE, Xfce, Enlightenment or whatever desktop you're using.
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    Re: Gnome codecs more correct & updated???

    Quote Originally Posted by sidebrnz
    Codecs are codecs, and they're completely DE-agnostic. You install and use the same codecs for Gnome, KDE, Xfce, Enlightenment or whatever desktop you're using.
    Yes in fact the problem were not codecs, but after a nice cleaning has solved itself: Doh:: Doh:

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