Just type "player" (or whatever the command you normally use to run player), with no arguments.

It should output something similar to this:

Murilo@MacBook:~> player
Registering driver
Player v.3.0.1
USAGE:  player [options] [<configfile>]

... and lots of other information, including the list of drivers installed.


Murilo



On 28 April 2010 09:43, Zeeshan Raja <zeeshan_raja87@hotmail.com> wrote:

I had player-3.0.1 installed on my system, but due to some reasons i had to
replace it with an older version, player-2.0.4.. I am not sure that the
older version is actually installed on the system.. Is there any way or
command so that i can check which player version is installed on my ubuntu
9.0.4.
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