1) 128 mb
2) yes, 500 mb
3) 8 or 16 mb, I don't know exactly(and don't know, how to check it:-( )
Thanks a lot for trying to help me.
The 'insufficient resources' message most often occurs with not enough video ram to handle the size (resolution) of the picture you're trying to display.
To check the amount of video ram you have, examinge the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file. Buried in there it will say how much video ram it found when X was started.
You may have to add the amount manually into the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file if probing gives the wrong number. You can also set the "DefaultDepth" entry under the "Screen" section to 16 rather than 24, which trades fewer colors for more available video ram space.
Also, try changing the video driver method using the video tab under the xine setup menu. It's likely defaulting to 'auto'. Change this to use X shared memory (xshm or X11). If it's trying to use xv, that driver needs a lot more video ram (but renders faster). X shared memory driver is slower, but will work on more limited cards.
Depending on the video card and driver used, there may be options to set additional buffer space in video ram as well.