I just bought a Blu-ray player and now I'm attempting to get it working in Ubuntu. I have VLC 2.0.1 installed and the restricted extras. I found this link that tells me to put the file KEYDB.cfg into ~/.config/aacs/. I'm not understanding the "~/.config" part. If I try:
sudo cp KEYDB.cfg ~/.config/aacs/KEYDB.cfg
then I get:
cp: cannot create regular file '/home/dmroeder/.config/aacs.KEYDB.cfg': No such file or directory
I type this command while in my downloads directory where the file resides. You can see that it mis-interprets the location that I'm in (probably because it doesn't follow the right syntax). There must be something with that path that is implied that I don't understand. Where is this /accs location?
~/.config/ means that there should be a hidden ".config" folder in your home directory (which is /home/dmroeder/ in your case). In this directory, running the command "ls -al" will list all files and folders, including hidden ones. First confirm that the folder exists, and if it does, that the subdirectory "aacs" exists. If not, you can create them.