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OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2
Popcornmix.

Please sync frodo_backports with Frodo 12.3.



(2013-12-13, 11:53)Leopold Wrote:
(2013-12-12, 16:19)maratonomak Wrote:
(2013-12-12, 14:20)allan87 Wrote: in my case, all of the addons that give me chronic, repeated dependence warnings are - I believe - standard the all installations and hosted by xbmc.org. Two that come to mind are elementtree and t0mm0. I have, further, checked addon.xml for these and, in fact, they do refer to python 2.1.0

Yes, I believe these are the ones with dependence warnings and a few others. I have a lot of 3rd party repositories (fu....+ xu....). My guess is that I will get the warnings even if I disable autoupdate and notifications on addon settings.
Is there any way to disable the warnings because the addon worked fine besides the dependence not met warning. How about the subtitles on last Milhouse builds? Is there any fix on that ? Any help is greatly appreciate it.

There have been issues with the xbmc servers which have caused problems for add-on updates http://xbmc.org/server-issues/

Hey,thanks Leopold. I was getting the warnings on the stable version too. Love your script by the way . And with the overclocking feature. awesome. Thanks !!
(2013-12-13, 11:53)Leopold Wrote:
(2013-12-12, 16:19)maratonomak Wrote:
(2013-12-12, 14:20)allan87 Wrote: in my case, all of the addons that give me chronic, repeated dependence warnings are - I believe - standard the all installations and hosted by xbmc.org. Two that come to mind are elementtree and t0mm0. I have, further, checked addon.xml for these and, in fact, they do refer to python 2.1.0

Yes, I believe these are the ones with dependence warnings and a few others. I have a lot of 3rd party repositories (fu....+ xu....). My guess is that I will get the warnings even if I disable autoupdate and notifications on addon settings.
Is there any way to disable the warnings because the addon worked fine besides the dependence not met warning. How about the subtitles on last Milhouse builds? Is there any fix on that ? Any help is greatly appreciate it.

There have been issues with the xbmc servers which have caused problems for add-on updates http://xbmc.org/server-issues/
That's not it. The add ons that generate my warnings are up to date, and I have been getting these warnings for a couple of months.
(2013-12-13, 16:19)allan87 Wrote:
(2013-12-13, 11:53)Leopold Wrote:
(2013-12-12, 16:19)maratonomak Wrote: Yes, I believe these are the ones with dependence warnings and a few others. I have a lot of 3rd party repositories (fu....+ xu....). My guess is that I will get the warnings even if I disable autoupdate and notifications on addon settings.
Is there any way to disable the warnings because the addon worked fine besides the dependence not met warning. How about the subtitles on last Milhouse builds? Is there any fix on that ? Any help is greatly appreciate it.

There have been issues with the xbmc servers which have caused problems for add-on updates http://xbmc.org/server-issues/
That's not it. The add ons that generate my warnings are up to date, and I have been getting these warnings for a couple of months.

You get the warnings on the non official builds (Milhouse, Rbej, Popconrmix) not on the official (stable) version 3.2.4. I got the warning yesterday for xbmc addons and I think that's what Leopold was talking about.
Still can figure out subtitles on Milhouse build.
(2013-12-13, 15:05)rbej Wrote: Please sync frodo_backports with Frodo 12.3.

Rebased, and added a few fixes from gotham.
(2013-12-13, 20:02)popcornmix Wrote:
(2013-12-13, 15:05)rbej Wrote: Please sync frodo_backports with Frodo 12.3.

Rebased, and added a few fixes from gotham.

Thanks!!



OK tried with Frodo 3.2.4
the original MKV I sent you now plays...

BUT The ISO image still hangs

I have uploaded the log its 96914

I tried creating a longer .mkv file and it played ok to!

EDIT: OK cant delete this post sorry was posted to wrong thread, sorry guys
(2013-12-11, 01:35)pootler Wrote:
(2013-12-10, 23:57)xpman Wrote: Gotham build: #0812b
Latest published so far by Milhouse

Regards

Hi xpman,

I'm on a millhouse build ( i think it is two back from the most up to date)
My entire cd collection is ripped to FLAC, and it plays just fine!
The only problem I still have is keeping the audio device ''alive'' - i.e the first few milliseconds of audio in each track sometimes is missed- even with the setting changed in OE.
I use an A/V receiver, play over HDMI, and have no other special settings I can think of Smile

Cheers

Pootler

Installed build #1212 and keeps the same.
I got some more information though; it works fine for FLAC encoded at 96Khz sampling rate, and works wrongly for FLAC using 44Khz as sampling rate. It seems a (bad) re-sampling issue.

According to some sources, using audio over HDMI has to be re-sampled to 48Khz. I'm using HDMI to connect to TV and TV to Aml using TOSLINK, so it seems my case.

Tried to use options from advancedsettings.xml and still haven't go it working. According to http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=157597 it says those audio option only apply to multichannel audio, and it works fine in such case.

Any thought?
Thanks in advance.
Ok using MH build (latest) 20131212152635-r16540
With as is installed
Playing a Blu-Ray ISO image CRASHES xbmc after playing for about ~20sec
I am playing over NFS from windows with FreeNFS
I have uploaded debug logs:
96940 - which is boot untill crash
96939 - which is the debug as xbmc restarts post boot.

I have also replaced start.elf with a new version start_dts from popcornmix re - the dts "packet" error on play back even though this was some 54 mins later in the movie thought I would give it a go just incase :-)
Still crashed again upload debug logs:
96947 - boot till crash
96946 - the debug as xbmc reboots post crash

I hope that helps.

[Please note I am away from tomorrow morning on holiday without access to my RPI, but will
try and get access to the forum]

[Edit <blush> inserted as links for the logs]

JB
(2013-12-13, 22:57)javaboyuk Wrote: 96940 - which is boot untill crash
96939 - which is the debug as xbmc restarts post boot.

Links to the actual logs are nice, rather than just posting a reference - don't make people jump through hoops to help you... Smile
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
I tried to use an old xbox wired controller, it was recognized by OS and xpad driver is loaded, XBMC is checking the device, but that's it. Is there a joystick support compiled in the raspberry xbmc? I couldn't find joystick option in the GUI and modifying guisettings.xml didn't help.

Code:
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event2
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event3
23:15:51 T:3044286992    INFO: Found input device /dev/input/event3
23:15:51 T:3044286992    INFO: opened device 'Generic X-Box pad' (file name /dev/input/event3), m_bSkipNonKeyEvents 0
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event4
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event5
Ooo. Sounds like a new rbej build is imminent!
Rbej Version Xbmc Frodo 12.3

- based on OpenElec 3.2.4

- Xbmc Frodo 12.3

- sync with Popcornmix "frodo_rbp_backports" branch https://github.com/popcornmix/xbmc/tree/..._backports

- 67 other patches (taken from Xbmc Gotham 13 and Popcornmix "newclock3" branch)

- FFmpeg 1.2.4

- librtmp 10.22.2013

- latest Rpi firmware

- PVR add-ons updated to Frodo 12.3

- new CEC 2.1.4

http://netlir.dk/rbej/builds/

http://lysin.me/rbej



(2013-12-14, 01:31)Goofy2 Wrote: I tried to use an old xbox wired controller, it was recognized by OS and xpad driver is loaded, XBMC is checking the device, but that's it. Is there a joystick support compiled in the raspberry xbmc? I couldn't find joystick option in the GUI and modifying guisettings.xml didn't help.

Code:
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event2
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event3
23:15:51 T:3044286992    INFO: Found input device /dev/input/event3
23:15:51 T:3044286992    INFO: opened device 'Generic X-Box pad' (file name /dev/input/event3), m_bSkipNonKeyEvents 0
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event4
23:15:51 T:3044286992   DEBUG: Checking device: /dev/input/event5

I was more or less in the same situation, and fixed following instructions in post #8 from http://openelec.tv/forum/103-infared-rem...able#60394

EDIT: DISREGARD, did not realize you said it is for the WIRED controller, my comment was about the DVD remote dongle.

Regards
Just to let you know I've got a bug with USB drive attached to the Pi with recent MilHouseVH version. The drive is mounted, but partially, this is weird. Only the first folder of my USB drive is available (SAMBA or SSH).

Build from 24 november is the latest one that has not the bug.
I've also tested "official" dev builds (http://openelec.thestateofme.com/dev_builds/) and the build 16552 does not have the issue, so I guess one of the patches are causing the bug ?
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