Posts tagged “xine-ui”


xine-lib 1.2.6 RPM

Below are the library and development RPMs for xine-lib version 1.2.6. Be sure to check out the About the xine RPMs post for information on how these were built.

xine-lib - The main xine library
xine-lib-dev - The development xine library (needed if you’re building an interface against xine-lib)
xine-lib-doc - Documentation

You’ll also need a user interface - as of this release, the most current release of xine-ui is 0.99.9, and the most current release of gxine is 0.5.908.

(To save disk space, only the current release and two prior releases in the 1.2-series will be maintained.)


xine-ui 0.99.9 RPM

Below is the RPM for xine-ui version 0.99.9. See the About the xine RPMs post for information on how this RPM was built.

xine-ui — The user interface

To use this, you’ll also need xine-lib - as of this release, the most recent release of xine-lib is 1.2.6. The latest xine-lib 1.1 is 1.1.21.

(To save disk space, only the current release and two prior releases will be maintained.)





The DJS Consulting Linux Software Repository

We have created a software repository, where users can browse files that may be available. The base location is https://hosted.djs-consulting.com/software. Within there, there are a few areas.

  • /sled and /opensuse - These contain add-on CD images for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) and openSUSE, created by Mike Petersen. These add-ons provide multimedia and gaming capabilities that don’t come with SLED unless you purchase the support or compile them yourselves. These images can be added as resources in YaST.
  • /xine - This contains the 64-bit RPMs for xine (the latest three), both xine-lib and xine-ui. New releases will continue to get their own posts, but that’s where they will be.

Enjoy!