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(Newbie former Windows user warning) I'm using Mandrake 10 and have installed the Xine video player from an RPM. I'd previously installed the necessary libraries and it says the installation ...
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    Where did Xine go?


    (Newbie former Windows user warning) I'm using Mandrake 10 and have installed the Xine video player from an RPM. I'd previously installed the necessary libraries and it says the installation was successful. I can find a bunch of Xine-related files, but.....well, where did Xine itself go? How might I go about starting it?

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    Try running:
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    xine
    from the command line

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    I tried that and it said "command not found". I must've messed up the installation somehow.

    Ah--got it now (helps if you install the UI ), just need to go get some plugins.

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    What does:
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    whereis -b xine
    say?

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