I demand that JD may or may not have written...
> I have the following xine and xine related RPMS installed:
> $ rpm -qa | grep xine
> System is FC7 with latest updates on AMD 64 cpu, and ATI Radeon 9600
> graphics, and 2GB ram and oodles of disk space.
> At anyrate, if I run gxine it starts up and after I get the gui, it crashes
> immediately and kills the X server and I have to re-login.
That says that there's some bugginess in the X server or one of its driver
> However, if I run it via gdb, no problems at all - it comes up, I can play
> a movie and I exit gxine and all is well.
That suggests that something uninitialised is being used. BTW, why are you
using opengl? xv should be fine on that hardware.
Version numbers of relevant installed X server/driver packages, may help.
> I am not having this problem with xine itself. Only gxine.
That's a bit... strange. It does say that startup differences play a part,
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