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Is it posible to burn iso images in the hdd to a DVD disc with this addon.

Thx
yowill Wrote:Is it posible to burn iso images in the hdd to a DVD disc with this addon.

Thx

This feature is in the pipe-line ....
In the case you have childrens, it is really better to provide them a copy instead of a original dvd.

Regards
Hans
Hi Luemmel. I am getting an error with your Luxeria Repository. I am getting the same error as this user http://code.google.com/p/luxeria-reposit...il?id=1#c1

I am running Dharma on ubuntu 10.04. Any ideas on why it might not be working?
Ok. I got it working. I used the 0.6.18 zip that Luemmel gave a link to from the previous page on the forum. I installed the add-on directly from the zip and it worked.

I am running into a couple of other issues that I will post about. Just wanted to let everyone know that installing from the zip worked.
Installing from your .18 zip file and then running the setup.sh script I get

Quote:the installation of akemkv-v1.6.3-bin_20101219-1_amd64.deb
was not successfull.
please do confirm that the installation was not successfull.

press any key to continue ..

And then the script just stops and returns to command line.

I had previously opted to install makemkv (as my machine has a bluray drive on it.)

If I run setup again and don't elect to install makemkv then when I start the program inside XBMC, it just locks up xbmc requiring a hard reboot of the machine.

Looking at the xbmc debug log it gets no further than start swiss-army-knife and then stops dead - no further output.

Can you let me know what else I can try and do to provide additional feedback. I'd really like to get this addon working. Current machine etc as per sig below.
Found the problem:

dpkg -i akemkv-v1.6.3-bin_20101219-1_amd64.deb

should be
dpkg -i makemkv-v1.6.3-bin_20101219-1_amd64.deb

on line 749 of setup.sh
Change it ... soon on svn code
Thanks for the feedback
Here's another gotcha.

Deinstall script removes ssh from the machine. It should not do this automatically. I nearly had a panic attack after running it and finding I couldn't ssh into my xbmc box.

SSH is a common tool for XBMCers on Linux . Deinstall script should ask user first before doing it.

Cheers
A
The version of makemkv that you are supplying from your svn is out of date. Recommend you go to current version which is 1.6.4. It'll save some grief when trying to run.

A
having gotten over the problem of makemkv, when I now click on the program, xbmc freezes and I see the following in the xbmc log

{edit: found the verbose log option}

20:40:20 T:139843508266752 M:1554673664 WARNING: CreateLoader - Unsupported protocol(addons) in addons://more/executable.tbn
20:40:51 T:139843499874048 M:1554558976 WARNING: Previous line repeats 1 times.
20:40:51 T:139843499874048 M:1554558976 NOTICE: -->Python Interpreter Initialized<--
20:40:51 T:139843499874048 M:1554558976 NOTICE: Swiss-Army-Knife Version: 0.6.18
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 00: [special://profile/addon_data/script.video.swiss.army.knife/]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 01: [/dev/sr0]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 02: [/dev/sr0]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 03: [/dvdrip/iso]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 04: [/dvdrip/dvd]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 05: [/dvdrip/bluray]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 06: [xbmc@localhost]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 07: [en]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 08: [none]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 09: [0]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 10: [true]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 11: [false]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 12: [true]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 13: [/dvdrip/transcode]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 14: [false]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 15: [4706074624]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 16: [4000]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 17: [true]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 18: [none]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 19: [true]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 20: [1234]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 21: [/dvdrip/vobcopy]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 22: [/dvdrip/network]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 23: [5]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 24: [10]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 25: [100]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 50: [/dvdrip/portable/ip]
20:40:53 T:139843499874048 M:1554681856 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] configuration index 51: [/dvdrip/portable/psp]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553854464 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [GUIlog] Transcoding : [0]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553854464 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [GUIlog] Transcoding : [read default values tr]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553854464 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [GUIlog] Default DVD : [h264-high 5 2 /dev/sr0 /dvdrip/dvd var1 var2 var3 var4]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553854464 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [GUIlog] Transcoding : [read default values done]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553907712 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] Current-user : [xbmc]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553907712 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] SSH-user expected : [xbmc@localhost]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1553907712 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] current user is listed inside the ssh-command
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554161664 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] Command to log inside ssh:echo "check-ssh.sh " >> /home/xbmc/.xbmc/userdata/addon_data/script.video.swiss.army.knife/log/ssh-log
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554161664 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] OSRun start
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] Command to run Confusedsh xbmc@localhost /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/script.video.swiss.army.knife/shell-linux/check-ssh.sh > /dev/null 2>&1 &
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] status command [ssh xbmc@localhost /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/script.video.swiss.army.knife/shell-linux/check-ssh.sh > /dev/null 2>&1 &] is rc:=[-1]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] OSRun end



and that's it.
There is no option other than switch to a terminal an reboot.

Are there other logs I can look at or perhaps some other setting for SAK I can configure to get some meaningful debug output?
chippyash Wrote:Here's another gotcha.

Deinstall script removes ssh from the machine. It should not do this automatically. I nearly had a panic attack after running it and finding I couldn't ssh into my xbmc box.

SSH is a common tool for XBMCers on Linux . Deinstall script should ask user first before doing it.

Cheers
A

I fixed this issue with R466
chippyash Wrote:20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554161664 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] OSRun start
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] Command to run Confusedsh xbmc@localhost /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/script.video.swiss.army.knife/shell-linux/check-ssh.sh > /dev/null 2>&1 &
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] status command [ssh xbmc@localhost /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/script.video.swiss.army.knife/shell-linux/check-ssh.sh > /dev/null 2>&1 &] is rc:=[-1]
20:40:54 T:139843499874048 M:1554026496 NOTICE: [swiss-army-knife]: [OSlog] OSRun end



and that's it.
There is no option other than switch to a terminal an reboot.

Are there other logs I can look at or perhaps some other setting for SAK I can configure to get some meaningful debug output?

Can you execute a command over ssh without a password ?
linuxluemmel Wrote:Can you execute a command over ssh without a password ?

No.

I've removed the ssh files and run the batch script commands by hand to create the SSH files but still can't execute commands without having to enter the password.

I'm actually ssh'ing into the box from another machine to do this. Would that have some impact? Do I perhaps need to get a terminal up on the box itself and run the commands?

A
chippyash Wrote:No.

Do I perhaps need to get a terminal up on the box itself and run the commands?

A

Yes ... on the box you have swiss army knife installed it should be possible
to execute the ssh-command without password ....

In the case you have to type a password , please run setup.sh again and do
configure the ssh-server.
linuxluemmel Wrote:Yes ... on the box you have swiss army knife installed it should be possible
to execute the ssh-command without password ....

In the case you have to type a password , please run setup.sh again and do
configure the ssh-server.

OK, I've gone into a terminal on the machine itself, deleted all the .shh folder files and rerun the setup.sh script.

Still no joy. If I try 'ssh xbmc@localhost' I am still required to enter a password despite not having entered one in when ssh-keygen was run in the setup script.

So, what next? I had a look at man ssh and man ssh_config but there is no way to pass a password on the command line using ssh
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