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28 September 2007 21:15

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26 September 2007 16:45

xine - A Free Video Player - Releases

Step 1: Download and install xine-lib binary packages (rpm, deb) The xine project itself does not provide any pre-compiled binary packages. Depending on your Linux distribution, xine may be already available from your vendor. binary packages (rpm, deb)

26 September 2007 16:00

xine - A Free Video Player - Features

Overview xine is a free, GPL-licensed video player for unix-like systems. The software is based on a modular, advanced multi-threaded architecture composed of:

05 August 2007 07:45

xine - A Free Video Player - About xine

platforms xine tries to be as portable as possible. Supported platforms include: * GNU/Linux (x86, alpha, sparc, ppc, ...) * FreeBSD (x86) * Solaris (sparc and x86) * Irix (mips) * Darwin/MacOS X (ppc) via the fink project Support for the following platforms is in progress (help is always appreciated): * MS Windows (partially working and committed to CVS) * HPUX (patches received) * OpenBSD (patches received) * OS/2 (external site)

05 August 2007 07:15

xine - A Free Video Player - Skins

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Get skins here how to use a skin: unpack any skin-tarball in $prefix/share/xine/skins/ ($prefix being the place where xine is installed on your machine) or in your home in the directory $HOME/.xine/skins/

01 August 2007 16:45

xine - A Free Video Player - Download

binary packages (rpm, deb) The xine project itself does not provide any pre-compiled binary packages. Depending on your Linux distribution, xine may be already available from your vendor. Debian packages may be downloaded via apt from Debian's official repository (however, gxine isn't in sarge). You just need to run something like: # apt-get install xine-ui # aptitude install gxine

14 June 2007 03:15

xine download

Step 2: Download and install a frontend A lot of different frontends exist today for various tastes and purposes. Most of them are media/dvd-player like frontends, but there are also frontends for special purposes like browser and file manager plugins.