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FYI I just tested this on a new raven ridge build and looks like xorg won’t start. Below is the screenshot.

I assume I need a newer kernel?

Image
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Think something happened with Python between 530 and 605 build. Netflix addon not working on 605 normal log complains about python exception. I know it is not a debug log but do not have the time tonight to find out when it started just wanted to post it up encase I missed something.

20:48:34.054 T:140189048403712   ERROR: EXCEPTION Thrown (PythonToCppException) : -->Python callback/script returned the following error<--
                                             - NOTE: IGNORING THIS CAN LEAD TO MEMORY LEAKS!
                                            Error Type: <type 'exceptions.TypeError'>
                                            Error Contents: unsupported operand type(s) for -: 'instance' and 'int'
                                            Traceback (most recent call last):
(2018-06-07, 04:05)pyrodex Wrote: FYI I just tested this on a new raven ridge build and looks like xorg won’t start. Below is the screenshot.

I assume I need a newer kernel?

Unfortunately, yes - you may need 4.17.0. Not sure when/if LE9 will use that kernel.
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(2018-06-07, 04:50)toasterboy1 Wrote: Think something happened with Python between 530 and 605 build. Netflix addon not working on 605 normal log complains about python exception. I know it is not a debug log but do not have the time tonight to find out when it started just wanted to post it up encase I missed something.

20:48:34.054 T:140189048403712   ERROR: EXCEPTION Thrown (PythonToCppException) : -->Python callback/script returned the following error<--
                                             - NOTE: IGNORING THIS CAN LEAD TO MEMORY LEAKS!
                                            Error Type: <type 'exceptions.TypeError'>
                                            Error Contents: unsupported operand type(s) for -: 'instance' and 'int'
                                            Traceback (most recent call last):

There's an issue with Python, Netflix and the gcc-8.1 toolchain introduced in #0604.

For now, please try this workaround.
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(2018-06-07, 04:05)pyrodex Wrote: FYI I just tested this on a new raven ridge build and looks like xorg won’t start. Below is the screenshot.

I assume I need a newer kernel?

Image
 
For Vega 4.18 or drm-next is needed: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1040440/...rx-vega-gh
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
(2018-06-07, 02:18)Milhouse Wrote:
(2018-06-06, 08:28)YinYang Wrote: what would a debug log bring if just a few settings are missing? I like to create one if it brings you something? I've changed from your LibreELEC Generic.x86_64-8.2.5 to LibreELEC.tv Leia build # 0605: Generic

My Logs : http://workupload.com/archive/qvdEYfW

There are a lot of changes between Kodi 17 and Kodi 18.

Refresh rates are now handled very differently in Kodi 18 to Kodi 17, search this thread for "whitelist".

Your debug log(s) should hopefully include information about your hardware that might give someone an idea why your maximum resolution is now 1440x576p in LE9. 
I hope someone comes up with a solution to my problem
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(2018-06-07, 08:53)YinYang Wrote:
(2018-06-07, 02:18)Milhouse Wrote:
(2018-06-06, 08:28)YinYang Wrote: what would a debug log bring if just a few settings are missing? I like to create one if it brings you something? I've changed from your LibreELEC Generic.x86_64-8.2.5 to LibreELEC.tv Leia build # 0605: Generic

My Logs : http://workupload.com/archive/qvdEYfW

There are a lot of changes between Kodi 17 and Kodi 18.

Refresh rates are now handled very differently in Kodi 18 to Kodi 17, search this thread for "whitelist".

Your debug log(s) should hopefully include information about your hardware that might give someone an idea why your maximum resolution is now 1440x576p in LE9.  
I hope someone comes up with a solution to my problem 
 If you use a pastebin I can access - I can have a look.
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Hi fritsch I had uploaded my log's here before
My Logs : http://workupload.com/archive/qvdEYfW
Can not I send you my log's also via email?
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(2018-06-07, 07:25)fritsch Wrote:
(2018-06-07, 04:05)pyrodex Wrote: FYI I just tested this on a new raven ridge build and looks like xorg won’t start. Below is the screenshot.

I assume I need a newer kernel?

Image
 
For Vega 4.18 or drm-next is needed: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1040440/...rx-vega-gh 
Any advice on how to compile the drm-next kernel? I tried make-kpkg but not sure on the full steps to reproduce a mainline kernel like I pulled from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/?C=N;O=D. FYI the mainline 4.17 is working and mostly 90% stable. I've noticed 2 freezes during video playback and sometimes if I reboot the framebuffer doesn't switch into amdgpu all the time.
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Nevermind... It was an error between the backrest and the screen.
Quote:08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: Output 'DP1' has 18 modes
08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0x49 Name:1280x800 Refresh:59.909550 Width:1280 Height:800
08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.112132
08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0x9f Name:1440x576 Refresh:50.000000 Width:1440 Height:576
08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 0.711765
08:46:54.274 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa0 Name:1024x768 Refresh:60.003841 Width:1024 Height:768
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa1 Name:1440x480 Refresh:60.000000 Width:1440 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 0.593137
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa2 Name:1440x480 Refresh:59.940060 Width:1440 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 0.593137
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa3 Name:832x624 Refresh:74.551270 Width:832 Height:624
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa4 Name:800x600 Refresh:72.187569 Width:800 Height:600
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa5 Name:800x600 Refresh:75.000000 Width:800 Height:600
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa6 Name:800x600 Refresh:60.316540 Width:800 Height:600
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa7 Name:720x576 Refresh:50.000000 Width:720 Height:576
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.423529
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa8 Name:720x480 Refresh:60.000000 Width:720 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.186275
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xa9 Name:720x480 Refresh:59.940060 Width:720 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.186275
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xaa Name:640x480 Refresh:75.000000 Width:640 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xab Name:640x480 Refresh:72.808800 Width:640 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xac Name:640x480 Refresh:66.666672 Width:640 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xad Name:640x480 Refresh:60.000000 Width:640 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xae Name:640x480 Refresh:59.940479 Width:640 Height:480
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 1.334559
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: ID:0xaf Name:720x400 Refresh:70.081657 Width:720 Height:400
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360    INFO: Pixel Ratio: 0.988562
08:46:54.275 T:140343942023360  NOTICE: Checking resolution 16

Which one is missing in the list?
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Hi @Milhouse 

Can you give this HDMI bug a quick look? - LibreELEC release: Generic.x86_64-devel-20180605043720-#0604-g01391bb
https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread/12619-...mi-signal/

Did try ~ a month ago with exact same results on alpha 1 release........

Thanks in advance.

/Morten
I repost also here


You are lucky because with my Denon avr (but other users with onkyo) have this problem also with Kodi 17

This problem happen less since I forced edid

And also me and other users have black screen when refresh rate changed on play/stop

This issue finally solved forcing GUI at 30hz.. , found it after almost year of pain just fews days ago

(and probably this solution solved also black screen at boot

These issues was so frustrating and not WAF that I mapped a remote button for hardware reboot
(2018-06-07, 20:56)msj33 Wrote: Hi @Milhouse 

Can you give this HDMI bug a quick look? - LibreELEC release: Generic.x86_64-devel-20180605043720-#0604-g01391bb
https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread/12619-...mi-signal/

Did try ~ a month ago with exact same results on alpha 1 release........

Thanks in advance.

/Morten
 You're probably running into this bug (read the whole thread, the title is a little misleading).
There is a GRUB line you can add in to workaround the problem until the patches are released. See comment 69 for that.
New LibreELEC.tv Leia build #0607: Generic
(Supercedes previous build)

SHA256 Checksum: c46c6e67b6fc6e813e60901c84a3514b6d462df00e6cf99099d634e2ee6692b5 (Generic)

# uname -a
Linux NUC 4.14.48 #1 SMP Thu Jun 7 21:10:45 BST 2018 x86_64 GNU/Linux

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20180607210748-#0607-g8a0bf6c [Build #0607]

# Kodi version
(18.0-ALPHA2 Git:593949a). Platform: Linux x86 64-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (8a0bf6c, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (87ca87c, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. Minors
Build Details:
  1. LibreELEC.tv:
    • nss: drop supression of warnings (PR:2757, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
  2. XBMC:
    • RetroPlayer: Add stream abstraction (PR:13976, 4 commits, 45 files changed)
    • [dependencies] win10: fix python-2.7.14 package (PR:13994, 1 commit, 3 files changed)
    • RetroPlayer: Fix left-shifted pixels on Windows (PR:13983, 1 commit, 2 files changed)
  3. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Updated: [env] PR:2449 (perma): Adding support for AMD GPUs
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