[Digikam-devel] Bug#491458: [Fwd: Re: Fwd: [Bug 185638] digikam crash on startup]

Mark Purcell msp at debian.org
Sun Mar 1 20:27:47 GMT 2009

On Monday 02 March 2009 07:12:43 you wrote:
> Can you confirm whether I should switch to  libxine2 in stead of
> libxine ? See below.


I don't think it is necessary.

I don't have libxine2 installed and it works fine.

I do agree it is probably an issue with your phonon, install especially as you 
are unable to get sound working correctly.

Perhaps it maybe worth your while to get into #debian-kde and try and debug 
realtime with some of the Debian phonon ninja.

There are a number of phonon-backend-[gstreamer,null,xine] which you maybe 
able to mix and match to get better results.  But I'm rapidly getting out of 
my depth here.

FYIW,  I have the following:

ii  phonon                               4:4.3.0-2                            
un  phonon-backend                       <none>                               
pn  phonon-backend-gstreamer             <none>                               
un  phonon-backend-mplayer               <none>                               
pn  phonon-backend-null                  <none>                               
un  phonon-backend-vlc                   <none>                               
ii  phonon-backend-xine                  4:4.3.0-2                            
ii  phonon-dbg                           4:4.3.0-2 


-------- Originele bericht --------
Onderwerp:      Re: Fwd: [Bug 185638] digikam crash on startup
Datum:  Sat, 28 Feb 2009 19:48:11 +0100
Van:    Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com>
Aan:    Luc Castermans <luc.castermans at gmail.com>
Referenties:    <200903010017.57831.msp at debian.org> 
<49A97D61.6090800 at gmail.com> <49A97F5D.1030005 at gmail.com>

Le 28 février 2009 19:15, Luc Castermans <luc.castermans at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Luc Castermans schreef:
>> Mark Purcell schreef:
>>> http://bugs.debian.org/491458
>>> Luc, Martial,
>>> Can you confirm you are running with libxine
>> yes, 100% match!
> Gilles,
> Just found out that there´re also libxine2 packages, do they
> replace libxine1 and should I use those ?
> Merci,
> Luc

Good question... I don't know. Sorry


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