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@kl1k
You are missing a lot of stuff on that build though, so don´t recommend it if you want to test stuff.

@popcornmix
I know this is only reported here, but as master seems fine regarding reboot/shutdown I am going to bisect.
I was going to start here (timing and depending on how suspend etc. works it might be related?): https://github.com/popcornmix/xbmc/commi...cc5bac9cd4

However, do you have any suggestions?
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(2014-11-13, 19:20)miappa Wrote: @popcornmix
I know this is only reported here, but as master seems fine regarding reboot/shutdown I am going to bisect.
I was going to start here (timing and depending on how suspend etc. works it might be related?): https://github.com/popcornmix/xbmc/commi...cc5bac9cd4

However, do you have any suggestions?

I have double checked that my debug environment of newclock4 branch does shut down correctly, and my latest OpenELEC build shuts down correctly.
It is possible that raspbmc uses a different path for the powermanagement side of things.

As such the "virtual suspend" commits are most likely to be causing the issue, so bisecting around there would be sensible.

You could also try reverting the virtual suspend commits:
Code:
d75231a989f96e1c2e570d97633c596ea7a3c248 [rbp] Resume video output on startup
f9b2b579864cd3d0d318322c72019a505877bbdd [cec] Don't suspend pi on tv switch off - it can't wake up
71fa7000dccb76dd585ef5257bd676810d79bd8c [power] Add back in powerdown and reboot
32e1b10eab1f140fa709e0db6943f82ae4c3336a [power] hack - Make suspend toggle suspend state
7fb0190a9188d254900aedbd442f762e8657f811 [power] hack - wake on any action
f01d013705f705615627c2e6e7ac7c3b5fccc90c [power] hack - don't kill lirc or cec
4a8e9bc20c779387cb3e7593c459a1a77de64ad9 Added power management support for the Raspberry Pi. Since it doesn't support true standby, we fake it by turning video on or off, and ignoring remote inputs during
30d266a065beeafc397a3d8067a1e0ae737680d7 Added CPowerSyscallVirtualSleep class, which acts as a base class for devices that have no native standby mode, and need to fake it in some way.
83194ae5afb2bb6f6bd4c46bb615b8f0d2c2199f PowerManager (and its IPowerSyscall instance) now gets called from CApplication::OnKey() and can process and suppress key presses. This is a requirement to implemen
2457ef1a7195f3c602c4b112506b35952f563127 Added methods SuspendVideoOutput() and ResumeVideoOutput() to CRBP class, which can be used to power down the Raspberry PI's video interface, and restore it at a la
55585a99473631f2c4c13256f1f5abacca71dc17 Changed SDTV resolutions to be treated similarly to HDMI resolutions in SetNativeResolution. This means that the SDTV interface is powered up and set to the right m
9a58c3f8f4d2475594a2cad7d038d3b544f8da1c Added private utility function to map a float display aspect, to the respective SDTV_ASPECT_* enum value.
d68cb552a07c1f04ce321bae6b4576f81d4a4130 Added some vc_tv_* functions that were missing in DllBCM.
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Makes sense, I´ll start with that. Thanks.
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Sorry for the delay, got an offer I couldn´t refuse.
I can confirm that reverting the virtual suspend commits fixes issues with reboot/shutdown.
I see that nc4 has been updated, so I will make a new build and post it for people to test.

Edit: @popcornmix
I don´t know if you will look into this as it seems to only affect Raspbmc (maybe test it on OSMC when it arrives is better), but let me know if there is anything else you want me to test. Maybe bisect it down to the commit causing this?
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Updated Helix build, Kodi master from Nov 13 (last commit) + newclock4 commits.

Kodi Master:
Master changelog

Newclock4 additions:
• AE: always request float from sink when in fixed mode, fixes unwanted re-init of sink
• changed: Show cachebytes from input in dvdplayer info as it's more intuitive
• fixed: Don't keep reading source when cache is full (fixes #15500)
• fixed: FileCache-full logic was wrong + create sepqrate IsCacheFull() functions
• changed: Have CurlFile return m_bufferSize as chunksize
• dvdplayer: fix dts correction, again

Additional:
• Revert all "virtual suspend"-commits (test), should fix reboot/shutdown issues

GPU firmware from Nov 07 included

NB! To be able to run this build you must first run enable-kodi*.sh as explained here!

If not already enabled, download and run enable-kodi2:
Code:
wget http://goo.gl/G4EG8M --no-check-certificate -O enable-kodi2.sh
sudo sh enable-kodi2.sh
To install Kodi build, SSH to Pi:
Code:
wget -O kodi-14-20141113-nc4.tar.gz http://goo.gl/RDNIkQ --no-check-certificate
pv kodi-14-20141113-nc4.tar.gz | tar xzf - -C /home/pi/.upgrade
sudo cp /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141113-nc4/{fixup_x.dat,start_x.elf} /boot
ln -sfn /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141113-nc4/xbmc-bcm /home/pi/.xbmc-current
sudo reboot

See post #1 for more info
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Thanks a ton. Shutdown issue working again.
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Thanks for fixing the shutdown issue it was tiring on my non networked pi and my cousins pi which since is isn't smart enough, every time he had to shutdown he would phone me then I would ssh into his computer then from it ssh into his pi and shut it off for him.
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Updated Helix build, Kodi master from Nov 15 (last commit) + newclock4 commits.

Kodi Master:
Master changelog

Newclock4 additions:
• [dvdplayer] Add lock for player creation
• squash: stills: avoid deferencing null packet
• Revert "dvdplayer: fix app exit caused by creating teletext while thread is running already"

Additional:
• Added patch to reverse virtual suspend commits as they cause shutdown/reboot issues on Raspbmc

GPU firmware from Nov 07 included

NB! To be able to run this build you must first run enable-kodi*.sh as explained here!

If not already enabled, download and run enable-kodi2:
Code:
wget http://goo.gl/G4EG8M --no-check-certificate -O enable-kodi2.sh
sudo sh enable-kodi2.sh
To install Kodi build, SSH to Pi:
Code:
wget -O kodi-14-20141115-nc4.tar.gz http://goo.gl/ZiGnLs --no-check-certificate
pv kodi-14-20141115-nc4.tar.gz | tar xzf - -C /home/pi/.upgrade
sudo cp /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141115-nc4/{fixup_x.dat,start_x.elf} /boot
ln -sfn /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141115-nc4/xbmc-bcm /home/pi/.xbmc-current
sudo reboot

See post #1 for more info
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Updated Helix build, Kodi master from Nov 17 (last commit) + newclock4 commits.

Kodi Master:
Master changelog

Newclock4 additions:
• music library: add the possibility to clean the database in the background
• video library: add the possibility to clean the database in the background
• fix premature close of pipe. It should only be closed if refcount is zero
• fixed: Calling WaitForData with full cache caused it to always block the max of 5 seconds
• changed: Use m_StateInput else dvdplayer osd info is 8 seconds delayed
• fixed: Don't keep reading source when cache is full (fixes #15500)
• fixed: FileCache-full logic was wrong + implement CanWriteToCache() function
• changed: Rename confusing CSimpleDoubleCache class to CDoubleCache
• changed: Have CurlFile return m_bufferSize as chunksize
• [omxplayer] Fix for out of sync after trickplay

Additional:
• Virtual suspend commits reverted as they cause shutdown/reboot issues on Raspbmc

GPU firmware from Nov 15 included:
• audio_mixer: Fix typo that stops OMX_IndexParamBrcmTimeScale from working
• hdmi: Show more precision of hdmi pll setting

NB! To be able to run this build you must first run enable-kodi*.sh as explained here!

If not already enabled, download and run enable-kodi2:
Code:
wget http://goo.gl/G4EG8M --no-check-certificate -O enable-kodi2.sh
sudo sh enable-kodi2.sh
To install Kodi build, SSH to Pi:
Code:
wget -O kodi-14-20141118-nc4.tar.gz http://goo.gl/72B8mI --no-check-certificate
pv kodi-14-20141118-nc4.tar.gz | tar xzf - -C /home/pi/.upgrade
sudo cp /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141118-nc4/{fixup_x.dat,start_x.elf} /boot
ln -sfn /home/pi/.upgrade/kodi-14-20141118-nc4/xbmc-bcm /home/pi/.xbmc-current
sudo reboot

See post #1 for more info
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Hi, sorry
Pi don't boot. - file from 2014-11-15 15:39 works fine.

Doldi
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Hey doldi,

I am running latest build from today on 2 Pi´s, no issues as of yet.
You probably should test to install it again.

Also, if you are talking about actual boot, the only thing changing in that matter is the GPU firmware files.
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thx Miappa - will test it with a new installation - i think, my SD card is over the ocean ;-)

22:05 -> the new build is now also running after format sd, install 13.2 image and update on kodi-14-20141118-nc.

The prob was on my side, soory :-)


cu
doldi
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Hi MIappa do you have gotham 13.2 stable build if so can you post it please thanks
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Sorry, I don´t have one.
All builds you find in here are test builds from Gotham and Helix, and all from popcornmix´s nc3 and nc4 trees.
Even if you´ld go with a Raspbmc release of Gotham you still have a lot of backports and extras, but thats probably the closest to a "clean" Gotham release I can suggest.
See: http://download.raspbmc.com/downloads/bin/xbmc/
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So when we have a stable version of kodi what will be the process to install it? Instead of enable kodi.sh will it be enable xbmc.sh
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