On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 01:27:21AM +0000, Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> Hmm possibly it is because of the cvs ....
I gave up on compiling xine, and went for the Sid packages
(0.9.4), adding a dmd plugin in the process (with the css package, too).
This did no good :/
> First off have you compiled mtrr into your kernel?
> If so may I suggest you get latest version of xine making sure that you
> make uninstall on any and all other versions of xine ok?
Latest Xine doesn't compile. It seems like the xine-config script
gives weird paths to configure, or the libraries lack functions.
(Not to worry; MPlayer does most of what I want it to do - there's
nothing Xine does that MPlayer doesn't right now ;)
> I think the last one to install would be xine-ui-0.9.1.tar.gz
> and if you remember to run ldconfig as root after the install & or edit
> /etc/ld.so.conf to point to /usr/local/lib or /usr/local/lib/xine
The last one to actually compile on my system was 0.9.2, and even that
had problems. Any CSS-encrypted DVD would have problems. Fast-forwarding
was impossible (or backwarding, or any form of chapter/title skipping).
That is, if the DVD played at all. I'll wait for an 0.9.5+ release before
I try it again ;)
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