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I don't know when (or how) this happened. Totem and Xine quit some time ago, but, I rarely use them anyway. However, I DO use Kaffeine, and now, it won't play either. All these apps complain about no codecs. Of course, they are there, mplayer plays everything. But, I want the others back, too. Any ideas, please?
Thank you, me too, except mine are in /usr/local/lib and so on. Here's maybe a hint as to what has gone awry. Look:
[root@raymondjones plugins]# rpm -q xine-lib
[root@raymondjones plugins]# rpm -q xine
I have xine from livna, and xine-lib from the Fedora folks. Can that be what happened, maybe?
Mixing repos can be a nightmare, but, then, we almost have to do that, don't we?