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Codec problem i have installed kmplayer on fedora 8 but when i m trying to run .avi or mpeg files it fails to run these files and in console it is showing some codec problem.plz tell me what should i do.

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kmplayer is not that good, u can simply solve your problem by updating the software or
just download another software such as vlc player ,gomplayer ,realplayer ,etc. which are very good and plays .avi mpeg and almost all kind of videos and also can be downloaded for free by just typing the name in google.

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