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v18 LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 18.0)
@eisenhauer to be honest I don't see that happening, at least not officially, since the goal of these test builds is to test functionality that will eventually be available in official LibreELEC builds and adding hundreds of thousands of lines of basically untested/unsupported (and even unwanted by kernel maintainers) code to the kernel is not something I'll be doing. There are reports that the DAL kernels cause vsync issues on Polaris 10 hardware, and who knows what issues for non-AMD hardware (which we also support).

Right now, creating a DAL kernel is best done by a community builder that is only interested in supporting your (or latest) AMD hardware.

I'd like LibreELEC to better support your hardware but for that to happen AMD need to get their act together and produce code that can be accepted into the mainline kernelas that's what we (and most official distributions) use. Trying to support AMD with a special DAL kernel is a lot more work for very little gain (particularly right now when the hardware is so new).
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Hi, thank you for quick response. The situation is very strange the Polaris 11 have good hardware features for video accelaration but no audio is possible without hacks. I understood the position that is it not helpful for the LibreELEC project to use this experimental code. Unfortunaly I have not the experience to build my own LibreELEC version and I find no community builder that do this.

Until now I not try the Kernel 4.12rc2. Is there a changlog, or someone have already made a test with this and Porais 11?

I can try this version afternoon.

Regards!
4.12-rc1: https://lkml.org/lkml/2017/5/13/182
4.12-rc2: https://lkml.org/lkml/2017/5/21/244

I'm not sure what the situation is with Polaris 11 and 4.12 - your feedback would be useful info.
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From: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=ne...A-Features

"Followed close behind wanting HMM is another big feature not yet ready for mainline: AMD's DC/DAL code. AMD's big new display stack still hasn't landed for Linux 4.12. I've been anxious to see DC/DAL code mainlined since then it finally allows HDMI/DP audio to be used with newer Radeon graphics cards: very important for HTPCs but even for all of my test PCs I normally just use HDMI/DP audio. But now the lack of DC is even more pressing because AMD Vega and forthcoming Raven Ridge APUs also depend upon DC for display. So while Vega support is in Linux 4.12, it doesn't have any display support due to DC missing. DC is also needed for other modern display features like HDMI 2.0, atomic mode-setting, eventual open-source FreeSync, and more. Hopefully DC is finally ready with Linux 4.13."

It is not in 4.12. Maybe 4.13
Assuming AMD pull their finger out.

These test builds are essentially LE9 (with Kodi 18), which isn't going to be released until the end of the year, by which time the mainline kernel will be 4.14 so if you don't mind waiting (and assuming AMD do a good job) then the latest AMD hardware should be better supported.
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(2017-05-23, 23:10)Milhouse Wrote: I've uploaded a new version of screensaver.shadertoy.

Can you re-build projectM?
(2017-05-24, 15:12)khaoohs Wrote: Can you re-build projectM?

Done.
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(2017-05-24, 10:11)eisenhauer Wrote: Hi, thank you for quick response. The situation is very strange the Polaris 11 have good hardware features for video accelaration but no audio is possible without hacks. I understood the position that is it not helpful for the LibreELEC project to use this experimental code. Unfortunaly I have not the experience to build my own LibreELEC version and I find no community builder that do this.

Until now I not try the Kernel 4.12rc2. Is there a changlog, or someone have already made a test with this and Porais 11?

I can try this version afternoon.

Regards!

I am also looking forward to supporting AMD cards. I regret that I gave my radeon rx 460 and bought the geforce 1050. At geforce you can not count at all and there is a chance at radeon. I think that many people do not pay to buy all the computer to have hardware support intel.
Yes, my solution is similar. I installed my old gtx970. No 4K 10bit Hevc here but much more software compatibility.
@Milhouse Has the subtitle hack fix been implemented in these builds?
AppleTV 4K, LG 65E6 OLED TV, Marantz NR1606, Harmony Elite
(2017-05-24, 23:40)_Spook_ Wrote: @Milhouse Has the subtitle hack fix been implemented in these builds?
Yes, it's in build #0510 (PR12023).
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(2017-05-24, 16:23)Milhouse Wrote:
(2017-05-24, 15:12)khaoohs Wrote: Can you re-build projectM?

Done.

projectM 05.23 does not work.

Code:
18:41:54.759 T:140124475381824   DEBUG: CAddonInstaller: installing from zip '/storage/downloads/visualization.projectm-999.1.2.2.1-#0523-milhouse.zip'
18:41:54.785 T:140121425364736   DEBUG: Unpacking zip://%2fstorage%2fdownloads%2fvisualization.projectm-999.1.2.2.1-%230523-milhouse.zip/visualization.projectm/ to /storage/.kodi/addons/temp/983d12bc-2eae-4a11-b3f0-2fb138fabd16
18:41:55.086 T:140121425364736   DEBUG: ADDON: cpluff: 'Plug-in visualization.projectm has been uninstalled.'
18:41:55.118 T:140121425364736   DEBUG: ADDON: cpluff: 'Plug-in visualization.projectm has been installed.'
18:41:55.163 T:140121425364736   DEBUG: LocalizeStrings: loaded 15 strings from file /storage/.kodi/addons/visualization.projectm/resources/language/English/strings.po
18:42:09.284 T:140124475381824   DEBUG: ADDON: Dll Initializing - projectM
18:42:09.284 T:140124475381824   ERROR: Add-on 'projectM' is using an incompatible API version for type 'Visualization'. Kodi API min version = '1.0.1', add-on API version '1.0.0'
Hmm... not sure that's built the correct version. I'll look into it and let you know.
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(2017-05-25, 01:03)Milhouse Wrote: Hmm... not sure that's built the correct version. I'll look into it and let you know.

Thank you.
New LibreELEC.tv Leia build #0525: Generic
(Supercedes previous build)

Code:
# uname -a
Linux NUC 4.11.2 #1 SMP Thu May 25 02:26:08 BST 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse) - Version: devel-20170525022341-#0525-g856d624 [Build #0525]

# Kodi version
(18.0-ALPHA1 Git:61e98fd). Platform: Linux x86 64-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (856d6246, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (1a38948a, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. Incorrect release code - should have been #0524 but I probably won't have time to do one tonight anyway so...
  2. Enable mesa GLES support for Generic/RPi/RPi2 (nothing to see here, testing only)
  3. allow using VAAPI with OpenGLES
  4. Bump Samba 4.6.4
Build Details:
  1. LibreELEC.tv:
    • linux: enable fq_codel for all projects (PR:713, 2 commits, 9 files changed)
    • Enable mesa GLES support for Generic/RPi/RPi2 (PR:1395, 9 commits, 8 files changed)
  2. XBMC:
    • [osx/windowing] - fix regression after removing deprecated video mode enumeration API (PR:12152, 2 commits, 1 file changed)
    • [fix] gcc 4.8 doesnâ€t correctly implement std::regex (PR:12154, 1 commit, 4 files changed)
    • allow using VAAPI with OpenGLES (PR:12113, 7 commits, 12 files changed)
  3. inputstream.adaptive:
  4. peripheral.joystick:
    • Minor fixes and improvements (PR:104, 3 commits, 2 files changed)
    • [xinput] Add motors to built-in button map (PR:103, 1 commit, 2 files changed)
    • Preserve underscores in file name (PR:102, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
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