Hm, I wonder why Fedora 3 doesnt include Xine for its media player.
Had to go through the hassle of installing the rpm yesterday, about 5 libraries to install before it allows me to install xine itself.
Oh well another Linux classic, in order to get something to work, you need to get other things to work first.
Maybe I should give Yum a go, I tried yesterday, but it didn't go anywhere, didn't have time to figure out how it works. Did I use yum before? I remember doing something similar in Mandrake.