September 6, 2012 at 00:04 #4268
First, i didn’t notice your reply, somes troubles with forum
for h110p, i build without libav , so ….
I didn’t notice some troubles with harddrives, we have a look in coming days
To build using openbricks ‘ toolchain, you should start from a defconfig file then remove / add what you want 😉
you can do that with ” ./scripts/loadcfg geexbox-xbmc-i386-generic” (” ./scripts/loadcfg list ” to get a list)
It’s hard to begin from scratch
dependencies are shown when you select / unselect a “module”
No need to erase all your build when the build process stop. You can restart where it stops after fixing the problem, calling “make” another time or ” ./scripts/build pkg_that_failed” (then make if it works) and you can do that even after two weeks 😉
Now for such support, please, subscribe to devel mailing’s list at openbricks
forum is not the good place i think.
Else you can contact me directly , and i would be happy to help youDecember 22, 2012 at 11:25 #5568
I can’t get Geexbox 2.0 to work on my 2 old laptops: 1-st laptop (Transmeta Crusoe 5800 with ALi1535 chipset +SiS315 GPU and WiFi USB Prism 3 IEEE802.11b) and 2-nd (Celeron 2667MHz with SiS661FX chipset including on-board SiS video). I’ve also got Ralink 2500 USB Wi-Fi adapter, Pinnacle PCTV310c Cardbus and AverMedia AverTV Hybrid+FM CardBus. Can I have any chance to make running Geexbox 2.0 on these laptops?
P.S. Thank you in advance 🙂January 13, 2013 at 09:35 #5763
A new build appeared for download. I’m trying it right now. Is there a nvidia opk available for that build? Should I use the 295 one found in a previous build sub-folder?
Thanks and happy new year too.January 13, 2013 at 09:43 #5764January 13, 2013 at 09:50 #5765
Thanks for the info.
I didn’t know about the change and thought that everyone had to deal with self-building… which I’m unable to do yet at my noob level 😉February 2, 2013 at 08:14 #5862
I’ve been playing with latest builds. My problem being the TV setup. Seems like I can’t have VDR to work and there’s no TVheadend client.
Also, when activating both vdr client, the system just crashes and the GUI can’t be accessed anymore to disable one or the two vdr clients.
Is there a way to desactivate a addon from the command line or a config file? So that I do not have to format and reinstall from scratch everytime I mess with my addon activations?
ThanksFebruary 3, 2013 at 01:49 #5867
gasp, I forget to add xbmc-pvr-addons on defconfigs. done for next snapshot
About vdr, it segfaults, I don’t know why right now.February 3, 2013 at 14:39 #5892
Thanks, I’ll be waiting for next build.April 18, 2013 at 12:36 #6324
Hi i’ve just installed the last build on the system i used as htpc but there is a broblem with GUI (i think).
The hardware is the following:
AMD Athlon 750mhz, RAM 512MB pc133, Video Radeon VE7000 32MB, hd 10GB, wifi USB, USB DVB-T, Skystar 2 pci.
The system goes well with geexbox 3.0 but if i try to update driver with the one optimized (not ati but fglrx) the system does not start and i see black screen.
So i tried the new build but now the system sucks.
In Particoular the system starts, but when geexbox logo appears it will blink every 4 seconds (seems that the gui doesn’t reach to start and try to restart indefinitely every 4 seconds).
Is there something wrong with video driver or some configuration to do?April 18, 2013 at 12:43 #6325
It does not start even with an nvidia geforce 4 mx 440 32MBMay 12, 2013 at 08:41 #6393
I’ve been playing with latest releases for a while. I do not see any changes.
I wonder if a changelog woule be possible?
My uses are fairly simple, so I might just miss the important changes.
Thanks a lot.May 12, 2013 at 08:58 #6394
Just a little something everytime I test a new version, I install the nvidia package and get that warning:
depmod: WARNING: could not open /lib/modules/3.8.10/modules.builtin: No such file or directoryMay 12, 2013 at 10:38 #6396
we switch to frodo 12.2
logs are here : http://hg.openbricks.org/openbricks/shortlogMay 12, 2013 at 11:12 #6397
Thanks a lot, as usual.
On a side note, when I upgrade with opkg update and opkg upgrade, it seems that it breaks nfs access.
Happened with r16136 and r16142
Did not try with r16135 as I need a “stable” geexbox for my average uses.May 12, 2013 at 16:42 #6398
Can anyone point me out to how I can add hardware support for a touch screen the manufacturers sit is listed bellow. I love GeexBox and want to install it on my boat, I am new to Linux but not other OS’s, I have attempted to fallow there instructions and get (Check user permission) and (you are not supervisor) using terminal, and alt F1 F2 F3, telnet, or point me out to a how to guide, not sure if I need to learn to build Kernal.
or I would even perches touch screen that’s supported.
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