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xine ui, MPlayer, and Movie Player closes before anything loads...runs no longer than half a second. Kaffeine and Noatun stays on but doesn't play my files (.avi, .mpeg- divx,xvid?) Running GNOME
 

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you will need codecs etc.<br>
Take a look at my faq<br><a href="http://www.overclock.net/faqs/104037-how-get-mp3-divx-video-support.html" target="_blank">http://www.overclock.net/faqs/104037...o-support.html</a>
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">you will need codecs etc.<br>
Take a look at my faq<br><a href="http://www.overclock.net/faqs/104037-how-get-mp3-divx-video-support.html" target="_blank">http://www.overclock.net/faqs/104037...o-support.html</a></div>
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=) this is after doing what's in your faq<br>
I couldn't install the files using -i, though...it says<br>
bash: -i: command not found<br>
so I installed it by just clicking on it...I think it used something called zeninstaller or something.
 

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um it tells you how to install codecs xvid divx etc. You can also get the libs for dvd playing if you know where to look but i cant include that as in some places it isnt legal cos of lisencing
 

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I think I installed the codecs correctly, but there's something wrong with the players. When I open it, it closes before I even blink!
 

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mm ok ill look in to it for you
 

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Thanks. I just need to get divx and xvid to work...don't recall the last time i used my dvd drive anyway.
 

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id try getting new rpms from that faq i mentioned and reinstalling xine-libs and xine etc
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">id try getting new rpms from that faq i mentioned and reinstalling xine-libs and xine etc</div>
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How do you reinstall? If I just double click, it says that it's already installed. I used the GNOME Terminal and typed rpm -i *.* with all the files in a folder, but it says that they're already installed...do I have to uninstall them? If so, how? I thought of this before but didn't know how to reinstall, so I reinstalled suse 10.1.
 
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