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first I think its 'winners go _home_ and fsck the prom queen' whereas the other quote would suggest that winners run out onto the football field while their crowning the queen and jumping on top of the ol' girl.
second if one were to install Xine from source code instead of from a precompiled package such as an RPM then one might have to recompile Xine after installing new libraries so that Xine would know that those libraries exist and utilize them.
gotcha... thanks.... I got it working already though... turns out i needed the nav package, as well as the libdvdcss... heh what's funny is I had installed the libdvdcss previously, using the source... But good ol' Xine wouldn't recognize it until I actually installed the RPM... what matters is that I already got the damn thing to work.
About my sig i just thought it was funny... nothing to be taken seriously..