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Intel VAAPI howto with Leia v18 nightly based on Ubuntu 18.04 server
I'm sorry for my ignorance but does this work on AMD APUs or is it an Intel thing only?
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intel only
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thx!
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(2015-07-24, 11:38)Hufvudet Wrote: is that true fritsch? in that case I take back my ramblings Smile

And by "not in use" do you mean not useful or not even activated?

It "should not be needed" in limited range. But the very moment the original source includes banding already - it will help. So it does not harm.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
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(2015-07-24, 13:30)movie78 Wrote: Hardware:Chromebox
System:Kodibuntu Helix 14.2
Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS
Linux Kernel: Kernel: Linux 3.19.0-031900-generic

Can i follow the steps from the first page to update my system or this doesn't apply to my system.

Thanks!

The howto is provided as is - Upgrade is not supported. If you do those commands on a fully installed kodibuntu you will end up with two xserver and two kodi sessions.
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Here are some new OpenELEC images, based on kodi v15:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5572...ea5.img.gz
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5572...e30ea5.tar

Will update the first post after someone said that they are working.
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Works for me using the upgrade. So it's the final version of Isengard? Great!
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Yeah - with the EGL work + some PVR fixes on top. Nothing that will get "officially" released that way. Remember: It's still in testing period.
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Something did change for the PVR indeed, I reported issues with timeshifting here:http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=232626

And with the previous build, -30 sec caused the screen to freeze after 20 secs or so, now it freezes immediately after skipping back:
http://sprunge.us/EBSQ

Is there anything in the logs that gives a clue?

Dmesg here: http://sprunge.us/gXYE

If this is too offtopic I could post it in the other thread of course.
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Nothing in that regard is special in this build. The fixes I mentioned only cause locks not be hold to block too long. As always: Try to reproduce with a non beta backend and file a bug on trac.kodi.tv - add negge as the relevant developer.

Edit: 15:10 < negge> it's a tvheadend bug
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(2015-07-25, 14:13)fritsch Wrote: Here are some new OpenELEC images, based on kodi v15:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5572...ea5.img.gz
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5572...e30ea5.tar

Will update the first post after someone said that they are working.

works good for me, thanks.
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Thanks. On topic: if EGL is in mainline could Wayland be used instead of X11 in future OE versions?
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(2015-07-25, 12:30)fritsch Wrote:
(2015-07-24, 11:38)Hufvudet Wrote: is that true fritsch? in that case I take back my ramblings Smile

And by "not in use" do you mean not useful or not even activated?

It "should not be needed" in limited range. But the very moment the original source includes banding already - it will help. So it does not harm.

thanks for clarifying. I don't take back my ramblings Smile
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(2015-07-25, 15:17)Frank-NL Wrote: Thanks. On topic: if EGL is in mainline could Wayland be used instead of X11 in future OE versions?

No. Not as it is now. It still uses X11 but an EGL context. But it is code that will be able to be reused when a complete switch is done.

What do you expect of wayland?
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I expect it to replace X one day, and I've always read it works via EGL so hence my question. But I'm not that knowledgeable on the technical / architecture part so excuse my ignorance here Smile
Was just wondering since Wayland is in the making for years now and I'm curious as to when it will finally be ready to be used in major distros.
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