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I recently reinstalled my whole system and now I have a very strange problem with MpPlayer. It was running fine before but now it crash every time I press a button.
The only error I get is "MPlayer interrupted by signal 11 in module: vo_check_events" and sometime "MPlayer interrupted by signal 11 in module: ao2_init".
Since it was running fine before,I am very confuse. Anyone see that error before?
I already tried but the only thing I got for answer is a huuuuuge mail list (and there are too much incoming msg for to find my own msg replay in all that).
However I think the problem come from my video drivers because mplayer works well with ONE video output (sdl... why this one??? I dunno, really!!!). I recently upgrade my kernel to 2.4.19 and sive this one do not contain few modules needed by nvidia drivers, I copied some old 2.4.18 module in my new kernel... I will try to downgrade my kernel.
As I said, mplayer is crashing if I hit a key (but not with SDL... strangely) but if I bind these key to my joystick/mouse, everything is working fine (???).
Did you try recompiling mplayer after compiling your new kernel? Are all the files in the right places? input.conf,menu.conf,codecs.conf in ~/.mplayer and all the codecs in the right places? /usr/lib/win32?