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Thread: VLc problem !!!

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    philip75 NNTP User

    Default VLc problem !!!

    hello,
    I'm newbie on OpenSuse, and I encounter the following problem:
    I installed vlc, this operation was correct, then a few days later I wanted installed MyfreeTV. Encountering problems I backtracked, since that day, VLC no longer works Yet, if I install it works but as soon as I reboot it does not work, so at each session i must re-install vlc ....strange attitude !!!.. someone have an idea of the case??
    I hope my English frenches is understandable ?

    soon

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    Default Re: VLc problem !!!

    If you encounter the "VLC not working" situation, please open a terminal window (Such as Konsole or GNOME Terminatlr) and run VLC from there, simply by typing; vlc then observe any error messages that you may get and please copy paste those errors messages here.

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    Default Re: VLc problem !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by philip75 View Post
    hello,
    I'm newbie on OpenSuse, and I encounter the following problem:
    I installed vlc, this operation was correct, then a few days later I wanted installed MyfreeTV. Encountering problems I backtracked, since that day, VLC no longer works Yet, if I install it works but as soon as I reboot it does not work, so at each session i must re-install vlc ....strange attitude !!!.. someone have an idea of the case??
    I hope my English frenches is understandable ?

    soon
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    philip75 NNTP User

    Default Re: VLc problem !!!

    Hello,
    I unlocked the problem via the following command:
    --reset-plugins-cache

    Now my Vlc works
    Thank you for the advice.

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