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Allwinner A10 : Is XBMC ported to MALI-400MP ?
Ok, same error... Any Idea what this means?

Code:
/usr/lib/libpython2.7.so: file not recognized: File format not recognized
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Can you paste the whole config.log somewhere?
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Hi,

sorry for the late reply. Here is the complete config.log:

http://pastebin.com/6EZMz0a0

Regards,
Oliver
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Hi,

just installed a fresh Ubuntu 12.10 64Bit and I get the same error while cross compiling.

Any clues, help? Sad
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Ok. Here we are. I think this is a error, because of a wrong python version. iirc Linaro 12.10 - your rootfs - uses Python 3.x. In the depends.mk the used Python Version is fixed to 2.7.
So go to your rootfs and check wich version of python is installed. Do you have a /usr/lib/libpython2.7.so?
You can either try to get 2.7 to your rootfs or change the values in depends.mk to your version, e.g. export PYTHON_VERSION=3.2
Maybe this helps.

And don't forget to have libpython* python* python*-dev installed:

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1222482
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1227341

Regards
rellla

BTW: Seems that i solved some merge conflicts in my git repo a little bit dirty and implemented a few buggy lines/files. I'll clean out Frodo-branch the next days and push it once again. Clean and with a readable commit-history. Just for your info.
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Hi,

you are right there is no /usr/lib/libpython2.7.so*

I did a chroot /mnt/rootfs-a10 /bin/bash. Now I will install the python dev packages.

Do I have to install all the packages outlined in the howto on linux-sunxi.org on the rootfs as wellHuh

A few more questions about your great xmbca10 repo:

Is a git pull sufficient to get all changes of your git repo instead of downloading the whole repo again? It is very slow. Sad

Do I have to switch to the frodo branch prior compiling and how?

Sorry but I'm a noob on this.

Best Regards,
Oliver

Yepp there is only libpython3.3-dev available. I will try to change the depends.mk.
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You have to do at least a "apt-get build-dep xbmc" on your rootfs to ensure, that all dependencies are installed. Follow the steps on linux-sunxi.org/XBMC to prepare your rootfs the right way.
The listed packages in the wiki will not be the same as you will get. It was just my c&p a time ago. Try "export PYTHON_VERSION=3.3"

I'm a very noob to git. So I'll start from the beginning. Erase the Frodo branch, and re-push my local branch. It's forked from empat0 with 3 additional commits.
At now the default branch on github is redirected to the Frodo branch. Else, do a "git checkout Frodo" before compiling. It should work, but there will be a cleanup. Maybe tonight.

rellla
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Ahh I knew I missed something. Of Course the rootfs has to have all the packages as well. I will try that and see how it goes.

Thanks a lot for all your help so far.
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Ok, I skipped the cross compiling and compiled it successfully under linaro quantal alip on the gooseberry. Took hours to complete but now I have XBMC frodo. Smile

But...

It is very slow when trying to access music from my nas. It's a lot faster under android. I must have missed something, I can't believe it is that slow running natively under Linux.
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There was made some workaround to use the android-binaries via libhybris. It seems, that this library isn't affected by the weightp=1 bug.
Would be good if someone can give it a try: http://linux-sunxi.org/CedarX/libve
rellla
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Hi Rellla,
I made an image running XBMC using android-binaries via libhybris.
You can find it here: http://hackbmc.blogspot.it
I tested the performance on a couple of videos that were played blurry with artifacts with linux drivers and now they are played correctly.

Carlo
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could this be the breakthrough we are all waiting for? or are there still other critical issues to be addressed
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It's surely no breakthrough, but at least a nice workaround if there aren't any other issues.
Support of Allwinner is not existing yet - although there is kind of a "mini"-contact, and we don't know of something like a license to use and distribute the binary blobs at all.
rellla
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Hi there!
I found source codes but I don't know if they are valid or so.
For anyone interested.
http://service.i-onik.de/
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i tried to boot the HackBMC version 0.02 image from warner83 with mele a2000. I swaped the script.bin with one from a mele image, but it fails. I changed the screen0_output modes with bin2fex to 1080p50 (should work on my tv). Do i have to change something else?
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