xbmc- frodo test

October 21st, 2012

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  • #5394

    josch.hh
    Member

    What does your system log say concerning this DVB device?

    plz send the output of  “journalctl”

    #5401

    UmanMan
    Member

    I am sorry, but it is too late. :( I am allready using GB 3.0 (64bit this time).

    #5550

    UmanMan
    Member

    Any news on using XBMC v12 rc2?

    #5553

    tomlohave
    Moderator

    after christmas, I’m away for one week ….

    #5815

    UmanMan
    Member

    Any news?

     

    #5820

    tomlohave
    Moderator

    yep : see snapshot builds

    http://download.geexbox.org/snapshots/

    current is rc3

    #5839

    beginner
    Member

    2 days ago    Bump version to final Frodo 12.0

    #5844

    UmanMan
    Member

    Hwen can we expect Geexbox release with updated TVHeadend and XBMC Frodo final release (64bits please)?

    #5846

    tomlohave
    Moderator

    a release, no (not ready, too much problems), a snapshot yes, A new cycle should start today.

    check http://download.geexbox.org/snapshots/

    #5923

    UmanMan
    Member

    There is something wrong with snapshot from 10th february. I can not get past “formating: 30%” screen on SSD Samsung 128GB.

    it is stucked.

    #5924

    UmanMan
    Member

    I got beyond the formatting screen. Even got info – installation complete. Problem is after reboot. I get blank screen after POST.

    system is not loading from SSD. :(

    #5925

    UmanMan
    Member

    I get this in log:

    warning: could not read block 0, Attempt to read blo

    Warning: could not erase sector 0

    Warning: had trouble writing out superblocks

    cp: read error: Input/output error – many times

    cp: write error: No space left on device – many times

     

    No left space? 128GB clean and working SSD (Samsung, older SSD identified as: ATA_SAMSUNG_SSD_PB22_128GB, it is connected to Asus P5n32E-SLI via SATA cable to SATA port 3).

    #5926

    tomlohave
    Moderator

    will test the installation process in my vbox. Can you check your ssd disk on another os ?

    #5932

    UmanMan
    Member

    I can see full 128 GB when formatting MBR – FAT partition on Mac OS X 10.8. Gparted see 119.24 GiB as unallocated, and can only create partition with 128 MB. It is working fine when formatted under Mac OS X, and working under this system. I have tried to copy over 80GB of files, and it was not a problem. I do not know why GeexBox see only 128MB, Gparted as mentioned above. One thing to mention: SSD was used under Mac OS X and partinioned & formatted for HFS+.Help.

    #6084

    beginner
    Member

    I’m sorry,   xbmc : update to Frodo 12.1 or not ?

    –2013-03-24 21:45:55– http://sources.openbricks.org/devel/xbmc-frodo-12.1-r0d373cccac6384cbeecfbb765c36a982bd42a2f0.tar.bz2
    2013-03-24 21:45:55 Error  404: Not Found.

    Can’t get xbmc sources, falling back to repository

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