Tony Grant schrieb:
>> What video output driver do you use with xine?
> xxmc on VIA Epia M10000
>> Does the behavior change when using for example -V xshm?
> Yes!!!! You win!!!!
> 100% CPU but it changes channels.
Maybe -V xv relaxes CPU load a bit.
Well, on my openSUSE 10.3 I cannot use xxmc anymore with my
GF6600 as it dead locks for the same reason. openSUSE 10.3 uses
an libxcb based libX11 and there is a race condition bug in
libxcb which causes the emulated libX11 function XLockDisplay to
deadlock when an application uses multiple threads.
There exists already a fixed version of libxcb but it is not
available for a stock openSUSE 10.3. On the other hand, my EPIA
MII-6000E runs openSUSE 10.3 too, using the binary openchrome
driver package provided at openchrome.org and hasn't deadlocked
so far though using xxmc.
Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Reinhard Nissl
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