When it freezes, try just letting it set for up to a minute. It often clears. Also, when that happens, check the logs. You might find vdr filled up it's buffers.

On 8/17/2010 3:47 AM, Dominic Evans wrote:
On 15 August 2010 07:44,<marti...@embl.de>  wrote:
b) sometimes when changing channel something very weird happens with xine,
it freezes and I need to kill xine and open it again to zap to
the new channel. The error log is clear, but how do I fix this?


I've also had this problem with xineliboutput on 64-bits using the
pre-compiled yaVDR packages.

I had to recompile the xineliboutput packages with the gcc
optimization flags (-O2) disabled to fix the issue.

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