So I put Ubuntu back on my laptop, and I'm determined to make it my new OS, instead of a temporary thing. And after I got my wireless going, my first order of business was to install mp3 and DVD support. So I installed mplayer and all its parts, and I'm running into trouble. Every time I run mplayer with a DVD, mplayer crashes with the error "Mplayer interrupted by signal 11 in module: decode_audio" and advice to recompile it. This only happens when I've got mplayer set to a compatible audio output device (ALSA or ESA - I've tested both with the multimedia system selector control panel, and they're both working). If I select something else like OSS or Raw PCM sound, I just get a message that there will be no sound and the video plays. Mplayer works to play non-dvd video files, with sound. I don't want to recompile, because I like all my major applications to be installed through my package management system, but other than patching and rebuilding the .deb package, I can't find a solution to this. Has anybody been able to get it working?