XBMC meets VDR UI
#1
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Isn't this nice Smile
I need to fix some bugs with audio on some channels before I finish this.
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#2
Sweet !!!
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#3
Nice, I'm looking forward to this.
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#4
FernetMenta, you Rock!!

One thing i don't understand (it's just out of curiosity, either wa is good for me ;-D )
this is where you interact with vdr osd, or is just a setting window where you select the theme ui for vdr osd, and then you use the vdr osd from live tv ?
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#5
This is for administration and setup of VDR. It's quite hard to setup VDR and all of its plugins without a GUI. VDR provides.e.g. menus for the various plugins to adjust parameters. I already added a parameter for VNSI, setup for timeshift will follow.
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#6
For those who want to test this (only working on systems with OpenGL):

XBMC from my repo, branch osd:
https://github.com/FernetMenta/xbmc/tree/osd

VNSI addon and vdr plugin from my repo, branch osd:
https://github.com/FernetMenta/xbmc-pvr-addons/tree/osd

Make sue to checkout branch osd (git checkout osd) or reset directly to the branch if you already cloned the repo:
git fetch <repo name>
git reset --hard <repo name>/osd

Watch the hints on the screen. To exit OSD control you need to push the info button. PreviousMenu and NavBack are needed to control vdr osd.
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#7
hello,

I compiled VNSI osd but I can not see the OSD. I just a gray screen. After a while xbmc crashes. Here are the error messages in the syslog:

Code:
Dec 17 21:28:21 netop vdr: [12728] ERROR: 1 ring buffer overflow (77 bytes dropped)
Dec 17 21:28:23 netop vdr: [12635] closing SVDRP connection
Dec 17 21:28:27 netop vdr: [12728] ERROR: 17386 ring buffer overflows (3268568 bytes dropped)
Dec 17 21:28:31 netop kernel: [550294.725683] xbmc.bin invoked oom-killer: gfp_mask=0x82d0, order=0, oom_adj=0, oom_score_adj=0
Dec 17 21:28:31 netop kernel: [550294.725696] xbmc.bin cpuset=/ mems_allowed=0
....
Dec 17 21:32:04 netop AptDaemon.Worker: INFO: Committing packages: dbus.Array([], signature=dbus.Signature('s')), dbus.Array([], signature=dbus.Signature('s')), dbus.Array([], signature=dbus.Signature('s')), dbus.Array([], signature=dbus.Signature('s')), dbus.Array([dbus.String(u'flashplugin-installer'), dbus.String(u'gnome-settings-daemon')], signature=dbus.Signature('s')), dbus.Array([], signature=dbus.Signature('s'))
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Epg state changed (1355776318)
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop AptDaemon.Worker: INFO: Processing transaction /org/debian/apt/transaction/c2874dac82494953b4afeede3d592ed9
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12647] loading /home/henri/Sources/Video/VDR/vdrconf/1.7.18/plugins/vnsiserver/allowed_hosts.conf
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Client with ID 5 connected: 127.0.0.1:53971
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12973] VNSI: Welcome client 'XBMC osd client' with protocol version '3'
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12973] VNSI: new osd provider
Dec 17 21:32:09 netop vdr: [12973] VNSI: new osd provider
Dec 17 21:32:10 netop vdr: [12635] EnigmaNG: cSkinEnigmaDisplayMenu: CanHandleAreas() [1] returned 6
Dec 17 21:32:10 netop vdr: [12635] ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas returned 6 (out of memory)
Dec 17 21:32:57 netop dbus[869]: [system] Reloaded configuration
Dec 17 21:33:37  dbus[869]: last message repeated 4 times
Dec 17 21:33:37 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Epg state changed (1355776329)
Dec 17 21:33:37 netop vdr: [12635] EnigmaNG: cSkinEnigmaDisplayMenu: CanHandleAreas() [1] returned 6
Dec 17 21:33:37 netop vdr: [12635] ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas returned 6 (out of memory)
Dec 17 21:33:41 netop vdr: [12973] VNSI: cxSocket::read: eof, connection closed
Dec 17 21:33:41 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Client with ID 5 seems to be disconnected, removing from client list
Dec 17 21:33:46 netop vdr: [12635] connect from 127.0.0.1, port 38673 - accepted
Dec 17 21:33:58 netop vdr: [12945] VNSI: cxSocket::read: eof, connection closed
Dec 17 21:33:59 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Client with ID 4 seems to be disconnected, removing from client list
Dec 17 21:34:01 netop vdr: [12647] VNSI: Epg state changed (1355776416)
Dec 17 21:34:05 netop vdr: [12635] closing SVDRP connection

and in xbmc.log :

Code:
21:33:41 T:3047466816   DEBUG: OnKey: escape (f01b) pressed, action is PreviousMenu
21:33:41 T:3047466816   DEBUG: ------ Window Deinit (/usr/share/xbmc/addons/pvr.vdr.vnsi/resources/skins/skin.confluence/720p/Admin.xml) ------
21:33:41 T:3047466816   ERROR: ClearBlock: Trying to clear non existent block /usr/share/xbmc/addons/pvr.vdr.vnsi
21:33:41 T:3047466816   DEBUG: ------ Window Deinit (Pointer.xml) ------
21:33:41 T:3047466816   ERROR: ClearBlock: Trying to clear non existent block /usr/share/xbmc/addons/pvr.vdr.vnsi

I use vdr 1.7.33 with plugin skinenigmang, svdrpservice, epgsync, vdrmanager, text2skin , Ubuntu 12.04 and kernel 3.2.0-34

Any idea ?

Thanks
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#8
Quote:Dec 17 21:33:37 netop vdr: [12635] EnigmaNG: cSkinEnigmaDisplayMenu: CanHandleAreas() [1] returned 6
Dec 17 21:33:37 netop vdr: [12635] ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas returned 6 (out of memory)

I only tested with skin lcars. Enigma seems to require more memory. I am just wondering how enigma works with sd device. I use pretty much the same code.
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#9
Thanks,
I'll test tonight without skin Enigma

Senufo
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#10
I tested LCARS and it works well, but with my version of the VDR 1.7.32 LCARS skin appears wrong with xineliboutput and it's the same thing with VNSI.
So I tried two other skins (classic and console) which focntionne with XLO. In this case I have the same error with enigma
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#11
I will test with a different skin over the weekend. There is actually no reason to limit the memory for the osd for VNSI. I just followed the example in sddevice which I thought is a kind of reference implementation.
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#12
I have increased resources for the OSD. EnigmaNG works on my system. Could you give it a try?
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#13
Hi,

I tested the changes and now it works with LCARS and other skins. However I had crashes when I wanted to change the skin from the osd or just me moving through the menus.

the xbmc log file: http://pastebin.com/xjrBZxUS
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#14
Hi,

I tried to reproduce this issue but no luck. Does it crash just randomly or can you make it crash with a particular pattern? I changed skin more than 20 times but no issue.
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#15
Hi,

I'm not at home, I can't test only next week

Senufo
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