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Linux - Zotac ID82 (Wakeup, YCbCr Issues)
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Hi Guys!

I've bought myself a new Zotac ID82 and installed XBMCUbunut on it.
Everything works great so far, expect two important features:

-- WakeUp from Standby by Remote

I've read a lot about it on the internet and this forum, the problem is that with the ID82 the former /proc/acpi/wakeup fix doesn't work.
I also tried this way (by creating a udev rule) http://edwardhughes.org/2011/04/enable-w...ce-remote/
but didn't succed - my MCE remote control reciver flashes, but no buttons make my box wake up

-- YCbCr on Intel HD3000

I came across this thread (http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/in...15386.html) which indicates that the driver is missing this feature at this moment.
There is although a solution by using intel_write_reg to set the value, which get's cleared after the refresh rate is changed. Has anyone tried to make a hotfix out of this -
or is it even possible to execute these two commands everytime xbmc changes the monitors refresh rate?

Any help would be very welcome. As soon as i got everything toghether and working, I'm going to write a tutorial on setting up the Zotac ID82 with openvpn + tvheadend + jdownloader so that everybody can benefit from it!

Cheers,
Codey
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#2
Hey CodeMonkey,
I am stuck wherer you are. Did you find any solution?

Cheers
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#3
Yep, I bought an ID80 and setup Openelec - works like a charm now :-)
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(2012-12-03, 22:53)CodeMonkey Wrote: Yep, I bought an ID80 and setup Openelec - works like a charm now :-)

How is Openelec in comparison to XBMCbuntu? I also have the Zotac ID80, for the most part have been pretty happy on xbmcbuntu apart from some lip sync issues.
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ninian

Openelec is just as bad apparently with sync issues.

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...+gathering

Mind Im using a ION gen 1 with minimal Ubuntu install and xbmc compiled from source and I cant see this issue. Apparently its platform related or so I understand.

uNi
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Quote:-- YCbCr on Intel HD3000

Xbmc uses RGB internally, so its useless to convert it it YcbCr. The best is to set your TV to full RGB
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And your video card probably defaults to RGB full range anyway so making it change in between is a little useless even if anything (from DVD quality and upwards) is really supposed to use a limited range.
Rarely see a TV that does it properly though some TV's support both limited and full range via EDID.

uNi
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