XBMC exits to desktop when playing
#46
Lol :-)

Do a memtest anyways :-) - perhaps all your hardware has a faulty memstick. Still downloading ... slow internet here.
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#47
Haha - nice. Fully to the Desktop :-)

I can reproduce.
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#48
It's weird saying this but... I'm glat it fails, haha Smile

The idea of failing mem was possible, those modules were bought at same time and are the same brand, also I have one module of this pack/purchase that was faulty and became me a bit crazy until I tested Tongue. But I tested one of the faulty computers and RAM was OK, so I suppose that the fail can't be this.

Well, if I can do some test or anything I will be glad.

The most important of this is not the question of solving a problem that is hardly to happend, further this I had problems in kubuntu using PVR (image frozen too) and after many many tests I only could think that the problem could be produced by KWIN. Perhaps it was KWIN or perhaps could be this, since the problem was when changing from a channel to another one a lot, start/stop record... (I'm sure you can throw some light on it, but I'm sure you'll say it's kwin, hehe).

Thanks again
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#49
Nope, it's not kwin. It crashes for me always in the same part of the code:
http://paste.ubuntu.com/9573485/

When I compare with your first backtrace, you see the similarity, right?
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#50
Under my limited knowledge about XBMC I see the similarity Smile.

When I said the problem of kwin I was refering to my problems watching TV under kubuntu with the PRV (one of the reasons of thinking the migration to another distro and now trying Lubuntu after your advide).

Regards Smile
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#51
I filed that as release blocker internally.

For everyone that wants to help debugging:

Quote:Download: https://www.wetransfer.com/downloads/5f4...206/1876d9

- Download the linked 7z file, extract it into a separate folder
- Add this folder to your library
- Choose moviedb scraper (configure it for Language = fr)
- Go to Video -> Playback and select: Play next video automatically
- Start playing the first video (don't forward, don't skip, just keep it running through the videos).

Expectation: After some time, the first video will play again.
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#52
This should fix your issue: 5980 (PR) - once again Fernetmenta on fixing spree :-)
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#53
Great job!

I noticed this problem, it's great having a solve
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#54
(2014-12-20, 20:19)Tassadar Wrote: Can you tell me where is located this xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDPlayer.cpp in Windows and in linux??

According to what I see, the problem was produced by the subtitles, am I wrongHuh

Many thanks!

Yeah - will be in Helix 14.0. So next version we release will have that fixed.
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#55
Fritsch, do you need me to also test the fix?
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#56
kricker: Would be nice. We can make a jenkins build. For now it solved the issue for PI and Linux.

Can you make a jenkins windows build?
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#57
Windows Testbuild: http://mirrors.xbmc.org/test-builds/win3...verlay.exe

Linuxers can easily build from source.
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#58
(2014-12-20, 23:17)fritsch Wrote: Windows Testbuild: http://mirrors.xbmc.org/test-builds/win3...verlay.exe

Linuxers can easily build from source.

Sincerely... your work is extraordinary!. It's amazing that you've a solution for windows and linux and I've read even someone has been testing on RPI.

I don't know how to fix it, I mean, I've see the lines affected and the file (xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDPlayer.cpp) but I can't find it, I suppose it's compiled as you say.

how can I apply this patch?

Thanks a lot
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#59
Just tested that Windows build. It played though all the test files perfectly fine. It reminded me I have some movies I need to watch Wink
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#60
(2014-12-20, 23:59)Xander Log Wrote:
(2014-12-20, 23:17)fritsch Wrote: Windows Testbuild: http://mirrors.xbmc.org/test-builds/win3...verlay.exe

Linuxers can easily build from source.

Sincerely... your work is extraordinary!. It's amazing that you've a solution for windows and linux and I've read even someone has been testing on RPI.

I don't know how to fix it, I mean, I've see the lines affected and the file (xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDPlayer.cpp) but I can't find it, I suppose it's compiled as you say.

how can I apply this patch?

Thanks a lot

You need to compile xbmc from source, which is not 100% easy.

Code:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get build-dep xbmc
git clone https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc.git
cd xbmc
git checkout Helix
./bootstrap
./configure --disable-debug --enable-optimizations --enable-vaapi --disable-vdpau
make -j5

If you find xbmc build succesfully, you can try to start it by doing (use the lubuntu desktop session):
Code:
./kodi.bin

don't do sudo make install, as helix will have that fix and comes out the next few days and we don't want to overwrite your local packaged installation.
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