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OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 16.0)
Hi All
A little bit of topic,
I installed the latest test build on my rasp pi 2 and I just bought a wifi adapter from Sitecom: the AC600 dual band

It is not recognized on the connections section (only the option for wired connections is available)
on the shop they told me that I need to install the driver RTL8812

Do you know how can I install it via ssh?

thanks
(2015-11-02, 20:48)doldi Wrote: I've her with the MTV.de-Addon some Buffering ( in german: Zwischenspeicher) problems with this new beta build #1101 on my RPi2.
Video is stuttering, 50% on the MTV list (top100 Video charts) is not playable.

Is #1101 the first build with the problem? Does reverting to #1031 fix it?
(2015-11-02, 20:51)galopogos Wrote: Hi All
A little bit of topic,
I installed the latest test build on my rasp pi 2 and I just bought a wifi adapter from Sitecom: the AC600 dual band

It is not recognized on the connections section (only the option for wired connections is available)
on the shop they told me that I need to install the driver RTL8812

Do you know how can I install it via ssh?

thanks

The RTL8812AU driver is included but it's possible the Sitecom usb vendor/product id isn't recognised by this driver, and requires an update. Please test with OpenELEC 6.0 and if not supported post on the OpenELEC forum so that it can be investigated - you'll need to upload the output from "dmesg" and "lsusb" commands.

As a short term measure, you could try the following:
Code:
modprobe 8812au
echo "vid:pid" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/rtl8812au/new_id
where vid:pid is the vendor id and product id shown by lsusb for your Sitecom device (eg. "0df6:0077").

If the above works, add it to autostart.sh, but still contact the OpenELEC developers on their forum if you want long term support.
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(2015-11-02, 21:02)Milhouse Wrote:
(2015-11-02, 20:51)galopogos Wrote: Hi All
A little bit of topic,
I installed the latest test build on my rasp pi 2 and I just bought a wifi adapter from Sitecom: the AC600 dual band

It is not recognized on the connections section (only the option for wired connections is available)
on the shop they told me that I need to install the driver RTL8812

Do you know how can I install it via ssh?

thanks

The RTL8812AU driver is included but it's possible the Sitecom usb vendor/product id isn't recognised by this driver, and requires an update. Please test with OpenELEC 6.0 and if not supported post on the OpenELEC forum so that it can be investigated - you'll need to upload the output from "dmesg" and "lsusb" commands.

As a short term measure, you could try the following:
Code:
modprobe 8812au
echo "vid:pid" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/rtl8812au/new_id
where vid:pid is the vendor id and product id shown by lsusb for your Sitecom device (eg. "0df6:0077").

If the above works, add it to autostart.sh, but still contact the OpenELEC developers on their forum if you want long term support.
thanks again Milhouse! will give it a try. Obrigado
(2015-11-02, 20:52)popcornmix Wrote:
(2015-11-02, 20:48)doldi Wrote: I've her with the MTV.de-Addon some Buffering ( in german: Zwischenspeicher) problems with this new beta build #1101 on my RPi2.
Video is stuttering, 50% on the MTV list (top100 Video charts) is not playable.

Is #1101 the first build with the problem? Does reverting to #1031 fix it?

reverting to #1031 all thing plays - update again to #1031 - it works now, sorry ....i dont know for which reason it will not work on the first time.

Have make updates on win10, android arm and Raspberry to beta ...only Pi make "temporary" problems with stuttering on the first time with update.

i'm watching now ;-)
(2015-11-02, 21:26)doldi Wrote: reverting to #1031 all thing plays - update again to #1031 - it works now, sorry ....i dont know for which reason it will not work on the first time.

Have make updates on win10, android arm and Raspberry to beta ...only Pi make "temporary" problems with stuttering on the first time with update.

Might just have been temporary internet issues (perhaps at the MTV server end).
If you spot any pattern to when you get stuttering then that could be interesting.
I noticed in build 1101 that when watching live tv when open video codec info screen when deinterlacing on auto en deinterlace mode auto skip is count fast.

When i select deinterlace mode mmal - bob skipping isn't counting at all it stays nice like it should be.

All the other deinterlace modes i notice skip is counting fast.

mmal - bob seems the most stable is this right?
New OpenELEC Jarvis build #1102: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

Code:
# uname -a
Linux rpi512 4.3.0 #1 Mon Nov 2 22:32:55 GMT 2015 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
Nov  1 2015 14:49:52
Copyright (c) 2012 Broadcom
version 8f1c8e72174c0415fd479c1c7be66b880fab3d79 (clean) (release)

# lsb_release
OpenELEC (Milhouse) - Version: devel-20151102223041-#1102-gd4c5919 [Build #1102]

# vcdbg log msg 2>&1 | grep DTOK
001690.995: Kernel trailer DTOK property says yes

# Kernel device tree status: Enabled

Based on tip of OpenELEC master (d4c5919c, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (84051188, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. New kernel 4.3.0
  2. OpenELEC master bumped to Kodi 16 beta1
  3. Bump gcc to 5.2.0 (clean build)
Build Details:
  1. OpenELEC:
    • [make] update to 4.1, update licence, update to secure links (PR:4371, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • Linux: Some leftovers and missing patches for 4.3 (PR:4408, 2 commits, 6 files changed)
    • kodi: remove xrandr support (PR:4410, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • projects/imx6/linux: enable two official touchscreen displays for Udoo (PR:4409, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • kodi: add backported patch for xbmc/xbmc#8334 (PR:4406, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • (jarvis) libamcodec: update to libamcodec-45a1086 (17a0b1be)
    • (jarvis) ffmpeg: update to ffmpeg-2.8.1 (33710c85)
    • (jarvis) projects: clean up DCADEC support (bdf6edd4)
    • (jarvis) re-add package: libsamplerate (7474542d)
    • (jarvis) new package: asplib (e24932e6)
    • (jarvis) new package: crossguid (2b7ae8a4)
    • (jarvis) taglib: update to taglib-1.9.1 (4f56f551)
    • (jarvis) tools/mkpkg: add mkpkg_kodi / mkpkg_binary-addons for jarvis (master) (c9caae8a)
    • (jarvis) kodi-platform: update to kodi-platform-15edaf7 (7c2953fd)
    • (jarvis) binary-addons: add adsp addons (e2284985)
    • (jarvis) bump binary addons (2ce4e81a)
    • add patch to avoid using multi lib (ec9c3166)
    • add patch to fix build using gcc5 (877c630f)
    • add patchs to fix build with gcc5 and fix default include dir (b659b7cc)
    • update version to include iOS9 compatibility (8638854c)
    • update to python-2.7.10 (3117cc51)
    • update to systemd-227 (32745c1f)
    • fix kernel build when using gcc > 4.9 (010e6251)
    • fix build optimizations when using gcc 5 (c75850c2)
    • update to 5.2.0, update configure options (88d6256a)
    • add package 'xf86-video-amdgpu' (d9e20305)
    • llvm: update to llvm-3.7.0 (a454250a)
    • mesa: update to mesa-11.0.4 (4d6bf4e3)
    • linux: update to linux-4.3 (10735c6b)
    • RTL8192DU: Fix build with kernel 4.2+ (40765be5)
    • RTL8812AU: Fix build with kernel 4.2+ (3208b638)
    • Nvidia: Bump to 352.55 (fix build with kernel 4.2+) (2ebf4707)
    • dvbhdhomerun: Fix build with kernel 4.2+ (497312cd)
    • bcm_sta: Fix build with kernel 4.2+ (b8f09d56)
    • Allow legacy nvidia driver to work with 4.2+ kernel (see 4382 for details) (57b79164)
    • linux: add new i915 blobs (ffac260f)
    • projects/WeTek_Play/patches/linux: add patch to support gcc-5.2 (1818df9e)
    • projects/imx6/patches/linux: add patches to support gcc-5.2 (83d569ae)
    • linux: add amdgpu firmwares and enable amdgpu kernel driver (fb4fc77d)
    • pvr.argustv: add gcc 5.2 workaround (77f0b5aa)
    • pvr.nextpvr: add gcc 5.2 workaround (f2bbc89f)
    • pvr.mediaportal.tvserver: add gcc 5.2 workaround (9c4b62a5)
    • projects/*/linux: sync kernel config (67c2c76c)
  2. XBMC:
    • Fix various VS code analysis complaints (and bugs) (PR:7441, 3 commits, 9 files changed)
    • Fix missing artist display in music player #16356 (PR:8339, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
  3. kernel 4.3.y:
    • New commits in this build:
      • BCM2708: Use upstream interrupt driver on all Pi1's (4a57b61b)
      • BCM2708: Use brcm,bcm2835-system-timer (de957bb0)
      • bcm2835: Match with BCM2708 Device Trees (19a27224)
      • scripts/dtc: Add overlay support (23c9e8d0)
      • lirc-rpi: Make buildable on bcm2835 (0f1e587e)
      • i2c-bcm2708: Make buildable on bcm2835 (9f2b30f4)
      • bcm2708-i2s: Make buildable on bcm2835 (f5a639a7)
      • bcm2835: Add support for uart1 (2af25412)
      • vchiq: hack: Add include depecated dma include file (2d840791)
      • bcm2709: Remove custom barrier implementation it is no different to default (95547b46)
      • irq-bcm2835: Fix building with 2708 (55e68d17)
      • dwc_otg: Remove duplicate gadget probe/unregister function (dd834a28)
      • config: remove CONFIG_CPU_SW_DOMAIN_PAN it causes panics (83c7a839)
      • BCM270X_DT: configure I2S DMA channels (d8ea31d6)
      • bcm2835-i2s: get base address for DMA from devicetree (2c8694cd)
      • configs: enable SND_BCM2835_SOC_I2S (d88a42c2)
      • bcm2835-i2s: add 24bit support, update bclk_ratio to more correct values (87a2f624)
      • bcm2835-i2s: setup clock only if CPU is clock master (3b2c5242)
      • bcm2835-i2s: Eliminate debugfs directory error (f84ee669)
      • bcm2835-i2s: Register PCM device (7d04607c)
      • bcm2835-i2s: Enable MMAP support via a DT property (f765201a)
      • BCM270X_DT: switch to bcm2835-i2s (244eb406)
      • config: fix RaspiDAC Rev.3x dependencies (bd4c88f2)
    • Commits no longer in build:
      • mailbox: bcm2708: Add bcm2708-vcio (d86df54c)
      • scripts/dtc: Update to upstream version with overlay patches (55141e6e)
      • ASoC: BCM2708: Add support for RPi-DAC (46355bc1)
      • Fix LED "input" trigger implementation for 3.19 (ee705807)
      • BCM270x_DT: Add mailbox bcm2708-vcio (af1868e0)
      • BCM270X_DT: Document the i2s-mmap overlay (697b3471)
      • bcm2835-sdhost: Improve error handling and recovery (459023e5)
      • config: Enable ZSMALLOC, ZRAM and PGTABLE_MAPPING (9666e309)
      • Add rpi-ft5406 overlay Add rpi-ft5406 driver as module (a767c3cb)
      • Fix driver detection failure Check that the buffer response is non-zero meaning the touchscreen was detected (f13481ed)
      • config: Enable 8250 serial port (7b533034)
      • config: Enable POWER_RESET_GPIO (1ae977a7)
      • bcm2708-vcio: Remove restriction of only a single instance being open (5c8ef446)
      • BCM270X_DT: Create a "core" clock, use it for SPI and sdhost (cc364b46)
      • BCM270X_DT: Add MCP7941X to i2c-rtc overlay (18fdf653)
      • dts/overlays: document DHT11 overlay (4b29016b)
      • BCM270x_DT: Default Compute Module i2c, i2s and spi support (751f8f85)
      • BCM270X_DT: Sort nodes by bus address, and consolidate aliases (310ac993)
      • (and many more - too many for the forum to show)
  4. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Updated: [env] compare: EGL/4K/HEVC, mesa, Use Limited Range by default
    • Updated: [env] compare: xf86-video-intel: Bump to 627ef68 fixes refreshrates missing after startup; linux cleanup
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Channel switch delay and confirm channel switch by pressing ok Is not working
No analog output after updated to #1102.
HDMI working fine

Openelec Pi
(2015-11-03, 12:07)zaRos Wrote: No analog output after updated to #1102.
HDMI working fine

Openelec Pi
What about ALSA USB OUT? Can you check?
Just a heads up. Been having a problem for a little while. I haven't been updating daily, so I can't tell you when this started happening. After about 2 hours of live TV watching (HDHomerun->Mythbuntu->RPI2), I get a lot of apparent frame dropping, eventually start hearing strange audio timing, speeding up and sounding really odd (high pitched).

Here is a complete log, but I don't see anything usefull in it:
http://sprunge.us/ZLFZ

The top command shows a lot of CPU usage (>39%, which is a lot since it has 4 cores). One core is maxed, another is running at around 20% and another at around 10%, the last core is fairly idle. Memory usage seems high at over 680M (I think it starts out less around 570M). Stopping the playback and starting it again fixes the frame drop/audio problems. Around the same time I noticed this happening, I started getting buffering near the beginning of playback. It occurs pretty much every time and then seems to be fine for a couple of hours. Memory usage remains high after stopping and restarting live playback. Seems to be a leak somewhere. Forgive me if you already know this. I've been so busy, that I haven't had time to keep up with the thread so I have no idea what's going on for the most part.
Experience: It's what you get when you were expecting something else.
(2015-11-03, 16:12)afremont Wrote: Just a heads up. Been having a problem for a little while. I haven't been updating daily, so I can't tell you when this started happening. After about 2 hours of live TV watching (HDHomerun->Mythbuntu->RPI2), I get a lot of apparent frame dropping, eventually start hearing strange audio timing, speeding up and sounding really odd (high pitched).

Here is a complete log, but I don't see anything usefull in it:
http://sprunge.us/ZLFZ

The top command shows a lot of CPU usage (>39%, which is a lot since it has 4 cores). One core is maxed, another is running at around 20% and another at around 10%, the last core is fairly idle. Memory usage seems high at over 680M (I think it starts out less around 570M). Stopping the playback and starting it again fixes the frame drop/audio problems. Around the same time I noticed this happening, I started getting buffering near the beginning of playback. It occurs pretty much every time and then seems to be fine for a couple of hours. Memory usage remains high after stopping and restarting live playback. Seems to be a leak somewhere. Forgive me if you already know this. I've been so busy, that I haven't had time to keep up with the thread so I have no idea what's going on for the most part.

Is sync playback to display enabled? I have a suspicion there is a leak when that is disabled.
If not, then it would be useful to find out the first build that had this issue?
htop may give a further clue as to the thread that is taking the cpu (I think htop is in the unofficial OE add-ons repo)
Hi @ all, Milhouse and Popcornmix

what have i to do - with hifiberry dac+ i have no sound on my Rpi2

#1102: Analog output and HDMI playing sound.

Last build #1028b bevor was o.k. with hifiberry.

THX
Harald
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