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Re: [suse-multimedia] Suse 10.1 gui für ProjectX startet nicht
  • From: "Gerhard Bauer" <bauer.gerhard@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 May 2006 16:00:26 +0200 (CEST)
  • Message-id: <51131.192.168.0.3.1147788026.squirrel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hallo Liste,
>
> nach etlichen Suchen und probieren hoffe ich nun hier Hilfe zu finden.
> Ob ich ProjectX selber kompiliere oder als rpm installiere bringt immer
> das
> gleiche Ergebnis. Das GUI von ProjectX wird nicht gestartet.
> Als Meldung erhalte ich nur "Abgebrochen".
> Auf Komandozeilenebene arbeitet es und demuxt mir schön meine .ts files.
>
> Starte ich ProjectX in der Konsole mit "java -jar ProjectX.jar" bekomme
> ich
> folgende Meldungen.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Reading GUI-Switch...
> Reading Help Switch...
> Reading Config File Switch...
> Start with GUI...
> Loading last Config or Standard File...
> Fehler beim Laden der ini Datei:
> java.io.FileNotFoundException: /usr/share/projectx/X.ini (Datei oder
> Verzeichnis nicht gefunden)
> Loading Language -> 'en'
>
> ProjectX 0.90.4.00/30.03.2006 TEST PROJECT ONLY , User: root
>
>
> TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
> (1) this is a free Java based demux utility.
> (2) It is intended for educational purposes only, as a non-commercial test
> project.
> (3) released under the terms of the GNU GPL.
> (4) there is NO WARRANTY of any kind attached to this software.
> (5) use it at your own risk and for your own education.
>
> Java Environment
> 15. Mai 2006 21:11:26 MESZ
> java.version 1.4.2
> java.vendor Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> java.home /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.4.2-gcj-1.4.2.0/jre
> java.vm.version 4.1.0 (SUSE Linux)
> java.vm.vendor Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> java.vm.name GNU libgcj
> java.class.vers 46.0
> java.class.path ProjectX.jar
> os.name Linux
> os.arch i386
> os.version 2.6.16.13-4-default
> ini.file /usr/share/projectx/X.ini
> ext.disk.access disabled or library not found
> user.language en
> user.name root
> user.home /root
>
> quick CL usage:
> Note: CL doesn't load the GUI components, except with switch [-gui]
> <without options> ...starts the GUI
> switches and inputfiles can be in any order
>
> options:
> [-ini <path + inifile>] ..use that specified iniFile instead of the
> standard
> [-dvx1] ..create a .d2v ProjectFile on demux
> [-dvx2] ..create a .d2v ProjectFile + .ac3.wav (RIFF WAVE Header)
> [-dvx3] ..create a .d2v ProjectFile + .mpa.wav (RIFF WAVE Header)
> [-dvx4] ..create a .d2v ProjectFile + .ac3.wav + mpa.wav (RIFF WAVE
> Header)
> [-out <path>] ..use that specified directory for output
> [-name <filename>] ..use that specified filename for output
> [-cut <file>] ..use that text based file as cutpoint list
> [-chp <file>] ..use that text based file as chapterpoint list
> [-id <tokens>] ..use only these (P)IDs, separated by comma ","
> [-gui] ..display the GUI using all given CLI options
> [-log] ..write the normal logfile
> [-saveini] ..save changes made bei CLI in active .ini
> [-split <xxx>] ..split output at xxx MB
> [-demux, -tom2p, -topva, -tovdr, -tots, -filter] ..action types
>
> Loading Basic Classes...
> Reading CLI Switches...
> Abgebrochen
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Auch das Anhängen von "-gui" ändert nichts.
>
> Wie bekomme ich das GUI zum laufen ?
>
> Viele Grüße
>
> Klaus Rehberg


Du mußt Java 1.5.0_sun installieren. Dann geht es.

Gruß Gerhard

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