mplayer2 (and other goodies) on OpenIndiana (possibly Solaris 11)

Want mplayer2 (the newer fork of mplayer) that uses ffmpeg goodness to play all the latest avi's with funky codecs and mp4 hidef goodness. Some Openindiana contributors are building a lot of friendly packages in the oi-sfe repo.

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sudo pkg set-authority -O http://staticdev.uk.openindiana.org:10002 oi-sfe
sudo pkg refresh --full
sudo pkg install SFEmplayer2 SFEgccruntime
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P.S. Need to manually install SFEgccruntime as it was a forgotten dependency - This will be fixed I have been informed.
P.P.S - ALSO I have only tested and is only expect to work on OI_148

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