xine-check - a checker for the xine video player
This manual page explains the xine-checker program. xine-check
program, which tests the xine video player installation for common problems.
If you experience any problem with or while running xine
might provide useful hints for problem tracking.
tests the operating system settings, installation of plugins,
CD/DVD drive settings and video support parameters.
If run as xine-bugreport,
it will produce a terse system description and
guide you through the process of reporting a bug. This is the preferred way to
report xine bugs, as it's easier for you and provides the developers with a
more complete bugreport.
The program follows usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting
with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options are included below. For a complete
description, see README
or on the xine home page.
- -h, --help
- Show summary of options and version number.
The remaining options, labelled XINE-CHECK options:
when listed with
"xine-check --help", are explained here.
- -q, --quiet
- Only give a single one-line messages, even if problems are found. Normally
xine-check provides hints for every problem found to help solve the
- -v, --verbose
- Enable extended output describing each check in detail, which produces a
kind of frequently asked questions (FAQ) list.
- -B, --batch
- Turn off pause after long messages. Normally xine-check waits for
confirmation after a problem was found or a long message was printed.
- -b, --bug
- Produce a bug report. This is the same as calling xine-bugreport
none, of course ;-) Well, there are surely a few of those. You can probably best
ask for support (and report bugs) on our mailing list at
This manual page was written by Philipp Hahn <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the
Copyright © 2002 Siggi Langauf