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the last few times i have used Xine, it totally locked up my system, forcing me to use the reset button to recover. I just updated it to a new CVS version today, but am somewhat afraid to use it. I can use Kaffeine and it works fine, leading me to believe that the library file is fine. I am using Suse 9.1 Pro. Is there some way i can find out what exactly is causing the lock ups? My Suse 9.2 pro should be here in a few days, at which point i will be performing a clean install anyway, but i still would like to learn troubleshooting measures in case something happens again.
hi, guys. Definitely not a memory issue. I have been running this system with Linux since January, and it just started happening. And it does it regardless of the file format. Even while playing a dvd! But Kaffeine or any other media player will work just fine. I will check the log as suggested above and see what i can come up with.I can also try running from console, but when it freezes, it is a hard freeze.. It may not even complete the error message...
I'll check the log and see if it has anything of interest.