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Linux - Radeon OSS with vdpau (howto)
@nunux59,

just trying to bring you up to speed with the issue.
you can also look at the dates of last entry. the link i pointed to is more active.... but yes, your decision.
I hope that more people will come out to speak about this, so that we can get it resolved.

I'm waiting for someone to say that, they have the same hardware, and are not experiencing this things.
Smile
Linux Mint 18 LTS 64-bit - Kodi 17 Beta6
Odroid-C2 - Libreelec v7.90.009
Besides this I can reproduce the "continuous key press". xbmc thinks the keyboard is a joystick and applies the joystick map ...

After debugging the issue for some time, i found this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sourc...bug/987877
and in deed: I have /dev/input/jsX on my system ...

As a workaround:
check your .xbmc/userdata/guisettings.xml
and make the input part look like this:

Code:
<input>
        <enablejoystick>false</enablejoystick>
        <enablemouse>true</enablemouse>
        <enablesystemkeys>false</enablesystemkeys>
        <remoteaskeyboard>false</remoteaskeyboard>
    </input>

Especially the enablejoystick is relevant.
(2013-11-08, 21:24)fritsch Wrote: Besides this I can reproduce the "continuous key press". xbmc thinks the keyboard is a joystick and applies the joystick map ...

can only change guisettings.xml to work around. I am not the only one. Tongue
@waveletboy: Microsoft Keyboard?
(2013-11-08, 22:41)fritsch Wrote: @waveletboy: Microsoft Keyboard?

yes, Microsoft 5SH-00001 Black USB RF Wireless Standard Desktop 800 for Business
I will PR a fix to upstream - such a shame, haha: https://github.com/fritsch/xbmc/commit/1...565c2ae1b7
FIRST:
a) You want something stable? Use the xbmc.rpm 13.X from packman http://packman.links2linux.de/package/XBMC/519387
b) You know what you are doing, you want bleeding edge alphas: compile from git using this tutorial

##### Recent CHANGES ######
- changed to Kodi Stable Branch
- changed to stable openSUSE 13.2
######################

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HowTo install
XBMC Radeon OSS vdpau from git on openSUSE
------------------------------------------------------------------------

- New install: install openSUSE 13.2 from 64bit DVD / Stick with defaults
- Upgrade: after changing your repositorys to 13.2 upgrade your old openSUSE with
sudo zypper dup

- add repositorys / codecs (when not already in your YAST list) via 1-Click for GNOME or KDE:
http://opensuse-community.org/

- install (and allow automatically selected packages to be installed):
Code:
sudo zypper in pavucontrol libbluray* patterns-openSUSE-devel_basis patterns-openSUSE-devel_kernel patterns-openSUSE-devel_C_C++ Mesa-devel Mesa-*-devel alsa-devel nfs-devel libtag* libass* cmake gcc-c++ gettext-devel glew-devel libmysqlclient-devel libmpeg2-devel libjpeg-devel libsamplerate-devel libogg-devel libvorbis-devel libmodplug-devel libcurl-devel flac-devel libbz2-devel libtiff-devel lzo-devel libyajl-devel fribidi-devel sqlite3-devel libpng16*-devel pcre-devel libcdio-devel libjasper-devel libSDL_mixer-devel libSDL_image-devel libmicrohttpd-devel libsmbclient-devel python-devel gperf zip nasm ssh udisks upower alsa-utils librtmp* lirc libmad* sensors avahi libnfs1 libpulse* libdvdcs*

- update:
Code:
sudo zypper up

- reboot

- install / compile xbmc as root (su then enter password):
Code:
cd /opt && git clone https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc.git && cd xbmc && git checkout Helix && ./bootstrap && ./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-debug --enable-libbluray --enable-vdpau --enable-non-free --enable-optimizations --enable-joystick --enable-xrandr --disable-goom --enable-samba --enable-nfs --enable-upnp && make -j3 &>> compile.log && make install && cat compile.log
(If you have a quadcore use: -j5 instead of -j3):

- start xbmc
and alter settings as described in post 1 section 2.) of this forum

- optional:
as user create advancedsettings.xml as described in post 1 section 2.) of this forum

- troubleshooting
follow the guide in post 1 section 2.) of this forum
Fusion E-350, 4 GB RAM, SSD, openSUSE Tumbleweed 64bit KDE, Mesa-10.2.3, latest stable Kernel, XBMC FernetMenta-Git
(2013-11-08, 22:55)fritsch Wrote: I will PR a fix to upstream - such a shame, haha: https://github.com/fritsch/xbmc/commit/1...565c2ae1b7

You guys did a really great job! Big Grin
(2013-11-08, 19:55)FernetMenta Wrote: That looks like gles rendering where the triangles of a fan are submitted one by one. gles does not define GL_QUADS which is used by OpenGL. Maybe a problem with wayland support compiled into mesa.

It sounds like you might be on to something.
is there something we can test? or is this beyond the scope of this thread?

it seems like whenever this topic comes up, no one has much to say about it.

@FenetMenta, this is the most that anybody has been able to say that could possibly lead to a solution.

thanks in advance.
Linux Mint 18 LTS 64-bit - Kodi 17 Beta6
Odroid-C2 - Libreelec v7.90.009
@tomtomme: Thanks much to bring OpenSource Software a step further. I will link to your post in the second thread. Thanks much.
Only happened twice now hit a bug where the audio starts clicking when i stop a video, sounds like it's looping the confluence UI sound.
has to reboot to fix the audio last time.

http://paste.ubuntu.com/6384462/

EDIT: sudo alsa force-reload fixed it.
Asus E2KM1I-DELUXE (E2-2000 with HD7340) 60GB SSD + 2TB WD Caviar Green : xubuntu Trusty x64 : (mythtv 0.27+fixes + 2x PCTV 290e DVB-T2)
Odroid C2 Ubuntu Mate.
@deadite66: I forwarded it to the dev of the amd hda audio driver.

Edit: Please try to reproduce with a normal kernel, that does not have this patch, e.g. Ubuntu default one or 3.12 mainline.
many thanks.
Asus E2KM1I-DELUXE (E2-2000 with HD7340) 60GB SSD + 2TB WD Caviar Green : xubuntu Trusty x64 : (mythtv 0.27+fixes + 2x PCTV 290e DVB-T2)
Odroid C2 Ubuntu Mate.
See the above Edit, please.
(2013-11-08, 23:33)fritsch Wrote: @tomtomme: Thanks much to bring OpenSource Software a step further. I will link to your post in the second thread. Thanks much.

You are welcome Smile
OpenSource rulez!
Fusion E-350, 4 GB RAM, SSD, openSUSE Tumbleweed 64bit KDE, Mesa-10.2.3, latest stable Kernel, XBMC FernetMenta-Git
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