On 05/17/2016 10:16 AM, Scott Robbins wrote: > On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 04:53:11PM +0100, John Hodrien wrote: >> On Tue, 17 May 2016, jd1008 wrote: >> >>> One of the enabled repos is centos-media.repo >>> It fails: >> If you have the DVD repo enabled, and don't provide it with the DVD, it will >> fail. I'd disable that repo, as it suggests, and just use the network repos. >> > In case it isn't clear, media, in this case, refers to a mounted DVD. > You're not the first to be confused by it. Once installation is complete, > and you're not using the install DVD for anything, disable or remove the > media-repo. > > For MULTImedia, as in mplayer and various other things to play music and > video, the simple way is to install the nux-desktop repo. I believe that > requires the EPEL repo as well. > > Once you have the nux-desktop repo installed (see the CentOS wiki in the > HowTos package management or something with package in it for instructiosn > on installing the nux repo), you can then run yum install smplayer. It can > be frustrating when you're new to it. > > > Thanx.