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Greetings all, I've been trying to get the video players in Linux to work for me, and they were functioning at one point. Recentlly i installed the newest versions of ...
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- 06-30-2005 #1
Kaffeine & Xine Player Problems....
I've been trying to get the video players in Linux to work for me, and they were functioning at one point.
Recentlly i installed the newest versions of Xine and Kaffeine along with the other necessary packages using an RPM file through Yast.
Now when i try to open Xine, the player flashes up on the screen for a split second and closes without any errors. Kaffeine on the other hand will open, but if i try to play a video file, DVD etc. i get this error:
Loading of player part 'KaffeinePart' failed.
All video drivers failed to initialize!
- 06-30-2005 #2
Two things to try -
Run Kaffeine from a terminal and when it fails post the output here, and then as is often a decent idea when you have troubles - delete the kaffeine config folder from your home directory. Usually ~/.kde/share/config/kaffeinerc and ~/.kde/share/apps/kaffeine. Usually works for self inflicted stuff, but never really hurts anyway.
- 06-30-2005 #3
Thanks for the reply...
I did as you said and deleted the files. When i ran Kaffeine again, the Insallation Wizard Check came up and said all was okay (including KaffeinePart) . But when i tried to play an .avi file the same error came up.
Also, as a new Linux user, i've been wondering how to run a check to see why a program isn't working. So if you can enlighten me on how to run Kaffeine (or any other program for that matter) from the terminal that would be super....Thanks..
- 06-30-2005 #4Originally Posted by uninvisibleCode:
- 06-30-2005 #5
Post back the errors reported as dylunio mentioned, I think I missed part of your post as I read it. Kaffeine does seem to be alright, or at least xine seems to be the problem. Run xine from a terminal and post back the errors. I probably should have said scrap the ~/.xine directory, but wait until you post back the errors from the terminal before you do anything else.
- 06-30-2005 #6
Okay, i typed xine in the terminal and got:
This is xine (X11 gui) - a free video player v0.99.2. (c) 2000-2004 The xine Team. main: all available video drivers failed.
I suspect i may have to reinstall my media players and
all codecs needed..
Thanks dylunio for the obvious. Gotta learn it somehow! Ha ha...
- 07-02-2005 #7
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- May 2005
I've exactly the same problem since a couple of days
- 07-03-2005 #8
Did you try typing xine and/or xine-check in the terminal? That at least gave me some idea of what the problems were. Although i haven't really figured anything out yet.
Just curoius if you installed RPM packages of the media players/libraries like me, and what distro are you using? Good luck, and add to the post if you figure anything out!!
- 07-07-2005 #9
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- Jul 2005
i'm having the exact same problems. i went to http://cambuca.ldhs.cetuc.puc-rio.br/xine/ to get all my files. i got the right libxine file (k7 for my amd athlon) and installed it. i then installed xine-ui. now when i boot up xine, it crashes instantly and kaffeine gives the error message above (failed loading kaffeinepart.) i tried removing all things xine from my computer and doing it again but this doesnt solve anything. when running xine through konsole, i get no error message but xine still crashes. with xine-check i get all goods. this confuses me since if i get all goods and no errors, it should work.
- 07-07-2005 #10
Re: same problemsOriginally Posted by brandon_r87
then as is often a decent idea when you have troubles - delete the kaffeine config folder from your home directory. Usually ~/.kde/share/config/kaffeinerc and ~/.kde/share/apps/kaffeine. Usually works for self inflicted stuff, but never really hurts anyway.