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[LINUX] HOW-TO get Live TV with VDR working in XBMC for Linux
freezy Wrote:@Stones: which patch are you using for streamdev?

@mwfv: sudo apt-get install libfaad-dev?

sudo apt-get install git-core yasm texi2html libtheora-dev libxvidcore4-dev libcdio-dev libvcdinfo-dev libfaad-dev
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@Stones
I was able to compile streamdev using the latest patch (streamdev-cvs180209-vdr-1.7.4_xbmc-v4.patch.gz) but now XBMC svn 18100 is giving problems.
It compiles but when run it consumes 100% CPU and nothing happens.

Latest svn18222 is ok but the vdr patch fails on it.
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hudo Wrote:Freezy, testing with the latest patches updated by you, I get this error:

http://pastebin.com/m1cefdbc4

Any ideias? Did you compile without errors?

Why isn't alwinus making the patches against vdr-1.7.4?

I still can´t compile patched vdr 1.7.4. Other than that, everything ok with xbmc on intrepid 64 bits. Anyone had success compiling on 64 bits? freezy? Did you gave it a try?

@hafeez, i pulled vdpau branch and updated to r18172 after. VDR patch applied cleanly with some offsets. It works quite well and stable as a rock. But I did noticed one core always at 100%.
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@hudo: sorry, 32-bit here. there seems indeed a problem with 64-bit, and i think it's because of how i made the changes to the 1.7.4 patch. you'll probably have to wait until alwin takes a look at it.
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mwfv Wrote:
Code:
libavcodec/libfaad.c:322: Fehler: »libfaad« ist hier nicht deklariert (nicht in einer Funktion)
libavcodec/libfaad.c:329: Warnung: Initialisierung von inkompatiblem Zeigertyp
libavcodec/libfaad.c:331: Fehler: expected »,« or »;« at end of input
make: *** [libavcodec/libfaad.o] Fehler 1
Sad

where is the problem. I have a absolut clean Ubunt 8.10 with NOVA HD S2

I have same problem.

¿Any solution please? Two days ago, i compiled it, but i had another error in vpu run and begin process again.
I´m totally newby with linux
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corpetit Wrote:I have same problem.
¿Any solution please? Two days ago, i compiled it, but i had another error in vpu run and begin process again.
I´m totally newby with linux

I got that problem too. To fix it dont use the svn to get the source. Download a daily source snapshot:
http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/ffmpeg-export...ot.tar.bz2


But now i'm stuck in xine-lib install
Code:
+ Running autopoint: cvs [init aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
autopoint: *** infrastructure files for version 0.16.1 not found; this is autopoint from GNU gettext-tools 0.17
autopoint: *** Stop.
done.
+ Running aclocal: done.
+ Running libtoolize: done.
+ Running autoheader: done.

Trying this on Hardy xbmc live install.
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otherwise you can also drop the xine plugin if you intend to use vdr only with xbmc. xbmc has its own ffmpeg which will be used for rendering the image.
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Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forums before posting. Do NOT e-mail Team-XBMC members asking for support. For troubleshooting and bug reporting, make sure you read this first.
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nanite1000 Wrote:I got that problem too. To fix it dont use the svn to get the source. Download a daily source snapshot:
http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/ffmpeg-export...ot.tar.bz2


But now i'm stuck in xine-lib install
Code:
+ Running autopoint: cvs [init aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
autopoint: *** infrastructure files for version 0.16.1 not found; this is autopoint from GNU gettext-tools 0.17
autopoint: *** Stop.
done.
+ Running aclocal: done.
+ Running libtoolize: done.
+ Running autoheader: done.

Trying this on Hardy xbmc live install.

I think you're missing some dependencies/dev packages/tools. It seems something like build-essential or a package needed but not installed.

BTW, try Intrepid 32 or 64 and *then* pull svn and build. Never liked live installs... to temperamental!

Or even Jaunty... works great on my trial and error machine.

@freezy
Thanks! I'm trying to sort out the error. Will post updates if I get something useful.
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Hello!

When starting VDR I get the following error:

ERROR: loading plugin libvdr-streamdev-server.so.1.7.4: undefined symbol: _ZN10cIndexFile3GetEiPtPlPbPi

Everything compiled without errors. An unpatched streamdev plugin loads without problems. Any idea?
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Hello freezy

Please make your howto (change) with fixed released Date from

like this

Code:
svn co http://xbmc.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/xbmc/branches/linuxport/[b] -r 17794[/b]

ffmpeg ........ 177xxx

I Like your howto very much Laugh
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nanite1000 Wrote:I got that problem too. To fix it dont use the svn to get the source. Download a daily source snapshot:
http://ffmpeg.mplayerhq.hu/ffmpeg-export...ot.tar.bz2


But now i'm stuck in xine-lib install
Code:
+ Running autopoint: cvs [init aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot get working directory: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
find: archive: No such file or directory
autopoint: *** infrastructure files for version 0.16.1 not found; this is autopoint from GNU gettext-tools 0.17
autopoint: *** Stop.
done.
+ Running aclocal: done.
+ Running libtoolize: done.
+ Running autoheader: done.

Trying this on Hardy xbmc live install.

ffmpeg compile now works with this link.

Now I try to configure xine lib, but another error.

configure: creating ./config.status
config.status: error: cannot find input file: Makefile.in

I need help again. Oo

Thanks

******* Solved *********

I install this packages and now i can compile xine

apt-get install libjconv2
apt-get install libiconv-ruby
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Hi again,

Finally i compile all process, but when i try "sudo runvdr" make me another error:

vdr: error while reading '/etc/vdr/commands.conf.'
vdr: error while reading '/etc/vdr/reccmds.conf.'

I execute xbmc and nothing happens.
Must i configure user, password, ip and port?

thanks for your help
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After lots of googling, apt-gets... I got it working in this xbmc live usb stick.
Nice work on the VDR support!
At least the picture is there Wink EPG doesnt seem to update.

@corpetit
I have those vdr errors too, just some unimportant conf files missing I suppose, not needed just for this.
I put user:vdr pass:vdr ip:localhost
port is left empty.
Enable TV service : VDR

Remember to have the vdr running in the background Wink

Edit: EPG updated now, just took a while. Text seems to be in UTF-8 and öäå doesnt look right on XBMC GUI screens.
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finally vdr is working, but only one time.

When i enter on tv screen and push any channel, says to me "channel blocked". I have hauppaueg hvr 4000

I reboot system and now xbmc don't start. Stay in wellcome black screen for long time and nothing happens

Any idea to solved this new problems?

Thanks again
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I have the same problem. What linux are you using, xbmc Live install like I have? Anywaysz...
Now that I saw this working as a test I think I'll do a proper install of latest Ubuntu v8.10 to HDD and install it properly to there. I got a bit excited over this, tested with DVB-T USB device that was lying around, now ordered a DVB-C pci card to do it for real Wink

Thanx again for the guide and VDR support for XBMC.
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