[packman] xbmc 11 beta3 for opensuse 12.1 x64?

Sagi Ben-Akiva sagiben at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 14:46:03 CET 2012

Hi Rodney,

I've created a XBMC-trunk project while ago, I updated it's xbmc source
files about 2 month ago, which I guess was XBMC eden beta 1.

You can grab the rpms from OpenSUSE 12.1 from the following link :

Let me know after you get the packages so I will update the sources to
include beta 3 changes.


On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 19:41, Rodney Wilder <rodw at ravenet.ca> wrote:

> Great work on providing up to date packages for opensuse, your site is
> extremely helpful.  I do have one question on xbmc, was wondering if
> someone was working on or already had an rpm of the beta versions of xbmc
> 11.  I ask due to xbmc 11's apparent support for ati/amd's xvba video
> acceleration.  I don't mind testing some rpms and reporting if they work or
> things break etc.
> Currently, at least on my opensuse 12.1 x64 with xbmc 10.1 up to
> 10.1-10.19 i cannot play mkv or mp4 video files with va-api enabled as the
> player just doesn't start the video and xbmc hangs.  disabling va-api
> support works to play the files, but my amd e350 APU doesn't have the cpu
> horsepower to play HD videos smoothly without video hardware acceleration
> hence my interest in testing xbmc 11.
> As for possibly broken vaapi support in current xbmc 10.1 packages, vainfo
> and fglrxinfo provide appropriate output showing that va-api plugin for
> xvba should be working.  current mplayer and mplayer2 packages don't seem
> to be compiled with vaapi support so I cannot test it there.  This also
> brings up the question on if someone can compile mplayer packages with
> vaapi support enabled.
> Thank you
> Rodney
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Sagi Ben-Akiva.

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