Can anyone solve this error code and get picture on VLC?

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  1. Uncletryingtohelp

    Uncletryingtohelp

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    Hi.

    My Niece has an Acer laptop and I am trying to help her watch avi and other videos on it.

    Specs: - Aspire 0ne, Linpus Linux Lite v1.0.7.E, CPU Atom N270 @ 1.6GHz, mem 512MB, 8GB hard drive, Bios v0.3019.

    I have installed VLC 0.8.6i Janus(wxWidgets interface), gcc ver 4.1.2 20070925 (RedHat 4.1.2-33), which I downloaded from the Acer site. When running avi video files, I only get sound and not picture.

    Please help with settings or codecs to run avi files.

    I am extreemly novice with the Acer and Linux systems, I understand and can operate Windows 7 fairly well.

    I started the terminal and ran the following code, vlc -vv, the following is a log that appeard:

    [[email protected] home]$ vlc -vv
    VLC media player 0.8.6i Janus
    [00000001] main private debug: checking builtin modules
    [00000001] main private debug: checking plugin modules
    [00000001] main private debug: loading plugins cache file /home/user/.vlc/cache/plugins-04041e.dat
    [00000001] main private debug: recursively browsing `/usr/lib/vlc'
    [00000001] main private debug: module bank initialized, found 226 modules
    [00000001] main private debug: opening config file /home/user/.vlc/vlcrc
    [00000001] main private debug: CPU has capabilities 486 586 MMX MMXEXT SSE SSE2 FPU
    [00000001] main private debug: looking for memcpy module: 3 candidates
    [00000001] main private debug: using memcpy module "memcpymmxext"
    [00000278] main playlist debug: waiting for thread completion
    [00000278] main playlist debug: thread 3081247632 (playlist) created at priority 0 (playlist/playlist.c:184)
    [00000279] main private debug: waiting for thread completion
    [00000279] main private debug: thread 3072859024 (preparser) created at priority 0 (playlist/playlist.c:210)
    [00000280] main interface debug: looking for interface module: 1 candidate
    [00000280] main interface debug: using interface module "hotkeys"
    [00000280] main interface debug: thread 3064445840 (interface) created at priority 0 (interface/interface.c:231)
    [00000282] main interface debug: looking for interface module: 1 candidate
    [00000282] main interface debug: using interface module "screensaver"
    [00000282] main interface debug: thread 3054500752 (interface) created at priority 0 (interface/interface.c:231)
    [00000284] main interface debug: looking for interface module: 5 candidates
    [00000284] main interface debug: using interface module "wxwidgets"
    [00000284] main interface debug: thread 3037862800 (manager) created at priority 0 (interface/interface.c:216)
    [00000284] wxwidgets interface debug: Using last windows config '(-1,0,0,1024,600)(0,0,0,469,81)(6,0,0,-1,150)'
    [00000284] wxwidgets interface debug: id=0 p=(0,0) s=(469,81)
    [00000284] wxwidgets interface debug: id=6 p=(0,0) s=(-1,150)


    Please HELP, cant get picture, only sound!!!

    Thanks!!!
    :cry: :cry:
     
    Uncletryingtohelp, Jan 23, 2010
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  2. Uncletryingtohelp

    Xinês

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    Linpus is a bit bugy and unmanteined. For those reasons, must linux users swapped it with more friendly and stable options. I suppose it's going to be hard to get support for Linpus misbehavior. Would you consider switching it for other options? If you like that kind of user interface, try Ubuntu 9.10 UNR.
     
    Xinês, Jan 23, 2010
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