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Linux - Kodi + CVBS output = unhandled input address range fault
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Hi,

Today I upgraded my bedroom RPi with a Odroid C2. It is connected to a beamer which only has a composite video-in port (NTSC). I made a fresh install and modified boot.ini following ODroid's instructions. On first boot everything displays fine, it says it is resizing the partiton and then reboots. After reboot the systems hangs shortly after boot. I've enabled SSH in boot.ini and tried different hdmimode and cvbsmode settings. Everything results in "kodi.bin[887]: unhandled input address range fault (11) at 0x676e69000068, esr 0x83000004".

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dmesg log at: http://pastebin.com/RtUrLGvL

kodi.log is empty.

kodi_crash.log at: http://pastebin.com/VxYUTmi1

Kernel command line: console=tty0 boot=/dev/mmcblk0p1 disk=/dev/mmcblk0p2 no_console_suspend logo=osd1,loaded,0x3f800000,1080p60hz vout=hdmi,enable hdmimode=480cvbs cvbsmode=480cvbs mac=00:1e:06:34:00:77 consoleblank=0 max_freq=1536 maxcpus=4 hdmitx=cec17 nosplash ssh

LibreELEC-Odroid_C2.aarch64-8.0-devel-20170303100349-r25455-g5cd8b58 build from git. But also LibreELEC devel-20170302195844-r25448-g9691195

Did I configure it incorrect or did I find a bug in Kodi?
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19:57:23.342 T:548287532496 FATAL: addon 'skin.estuary' not installed or not enabled.
19:57:23.342 T:548287532496 FATAL: CServiceManager::Init: Unable to start CAddonMgr
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No Debug Log no issue.
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Thanks. I should have noticed that by myself though.

I did a fresh install and everything works as expected now. The installer got probably interrupted the first time.
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