[XINE] J'ai plusieurs [hint] detecté en utilisant la command

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[XINE] J'ai plusieurs [hint] detecté en utilisant la command

Message par MrVic » 08 mai 2011, 11:28

Bonjour tout le monde,

Avant tout, Je précise que je suis nouveau dans le monde de Linux.

Sur CentOS 5.6 arch 64 bits j'ai installé xine, gxine et xine-lib avec la commande yum. Mon probléme est que je n'arrive pas à regarder un filme en DVD. Je ne pense pas que ce sois dû au pilote car j'arive à éditer des fichiers sur un DVD.

Par ailleur, xine ne voit pas xine-lib alors qu'il est installé. Ou dois-je spécifier le chemin de xine-lib ?

Voici le log retourné par la commande 'xine-check' :

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Please be patient, this script may take a while to run...
[ good ] you're using Linux, doing specific tests
[ good ] looks like you have a /proc filesystem mounted.
[ good ] You seem to have a reasonable kernel version (2.6.18-238.9.1.el5)
[ good ] intel compatible processor, checking MTRR support
[ good ] you have MTRR support and there are some ranges set.
[ good ] found the player at /usr/bin/xine
[ good ] /usr/bin/xine is in your PATH
[OUCH!!] no libxine.pc on this machine.
         This means that xine-lib is either not installed
         or it is installed in a very unusual place.
         So you should probably install xine-lib before running xine-check...
         press <enter> to continue...

[ hint ] unable to determine plugin directory
         I could not determine your plugin directory. That would be much easier
         if you had libxine.pc installed (see message above)...
         Note that I could not check your xine plugins.
         press <enter> to continue...

[ good ] /dev/cdrom points to /dev/sr0
[ good ] /dev/dvd points to /dev/sr0
[ hint ] Your DVD drive seems not to be attached via ATAPI.
         This might be due to the use of an ide-scsi emulation.
         If you really have a SCSI DVD drive, your SCSI controller is likely
         to do perfect DMA, so there's no reason to worry about this.
         However, if you're using ide-scsi, there is a chance that DMA is
         disabled for the DVD drive. Moreover, I don't know how to enable
         DMA in that case, so you probably have to live with some performance
         loss. (FIXME: check for /proc/ide, provide solution)
         press <enter> to continue...

[ good ] found xvinfo: X-Video Extension version 2.2
[ hint ] Your X server doesn't support YV12 overlays.
         That means xine will have to do color space transformation and scaling
         in software, which is quite CPU intensive. Maybe upgrading your
         X server will help here.
         If you have an ATI card, you'll find accelerated X servers on
         http://www.linuxvideo.org/gatos/
         press <enter> to continue...

[ hint ] Your X server doesn't support YV12 overlays.
         That means xine will have to do color space transformation and scaling
         in software, which is quite CPU intensive. Maybe upgrading your
         X server will help here.
         If you have an ATI card, you'll find accelerated X servers on
         http://www.linuxvideo.org/gatos/
         press <enter> to continue...

[ hint ] Your X server doesn't have any XVideo support...
         XVideo is an X server extension introduced by XFree86 4.x. This
         extension provides access to hardware accelerated color space
         conversion and scaling, which gives a great performance boost.
         If you have a fast (>1GHz) machine, you may be able to watch all
         kinds of video, anyway. You will waste lots of CPU cycles, though...
         press <enter> to continue...
Merci
Vic

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