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  • in reply to: [ solved ] Howto install it in HDD? #2323

    craigus
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    As far as I can tell, http://download.openbricks.org/geexbox-devel-20111224-r13686-i386.iso has the fix built in.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2319

    craigus
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    Confirm – running well here also.

    This advice from Tom will get the MCE remote working again:

    “with the last devel iso , you can try :
    opkg remove eventlircd
    opkg remove v4l-utils
    reboot
    your remote should work”

    My only real issues atm is that reboot or shutdown are sometimes instantaneous, sometimes take a couple of minutes, unsure why; sometimes wlan0 is not present, but a reboot will fix that.

    Generally it’s working very nicely, used the built-in installer to do a HD install.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2302

    craigus
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    Reboot and shutdown from xbmc gui are not working for me in latest devel versions; just drops to console.

    in reply to: [ solved ] Howto install it in HDD? #2301

    craigus
    Participant

    Confirmed here also. After more than one reboot, ext2_lookup: deleted inode referenced errors occur and drops to shell and then dies.


    craigus
    Participant

    Tom, I’m trying to install to HD so that I can help with debugging. I want to install 2.0 first as the MCE remote works with it.

    How can I permanently delete /root/.xbmc in a HD install ? I think I’m running persistent, but /root/.xbmc doesn’t stay deleted after reboot.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2267

    craigus
    Participant

    Ok, well ctrl-alt-F2 doesn’t open a console, it just freezes the gui :(.

    If I reboot and try doing it by telnet, I get this:

    # evtest /dev/input/event3
    Input driver version is 1.0.1
    Input device ID: bus 0x3 vendor 0x1241 product 0xe000 version 0x110
    Input device name: “HOLTEK USB To PS2 Devic”
    Supported events:
    Event type 0 (Sync)
    Event type 1 (Key)
    Event code 1 (Esc)
    Event code 28 (Enter)
    Event code 74 (KPMinus)
    Event code 78 (KPPlus)
    Event code 103 (Up)
    Event code 105 (Left)
    Event code 106 (Right)
    Event code 108 (Down)
    Event code 113 (Mute)
    Event code 114 (VolumeDown)
    Event code 115 (VolumeUp)
    Event code 116 (Power)
    Event code 119 (Pause)
    Event code 128 (Stop)
    Event code 130 (Props)
    Event code 131 (Undo)
    Event code 133 (Copy)
    Event code 134 (Open)
    Event code 135 (Paste)
    Event code 136 (Find)
    Event code 137 (Cut)
    Event code 138 (Help)
    Event code 139 (Menu)
    Event code 140 (Calc)
    Event code 142 (Sleep)
    Event code 143 (WakeUp)
    Event code 144 (File)
    Event code 148 (Prog1)
    Event code 150 (WWW)
    Event code 152 (Screen Lock)
    Event code 155 (Mail)
    Event code 156 (Bookmarks)
    Event code 158 (Back)
    Event code 159 (Forward)
    Event code 161 (EjectCD)
    Event code 163 (NextSong)
    Event code 164 (PlayPause)
    Event code 165 (PreviousSong)
    Event code 166 (StopCD)
    Event code 167 (Record)
    Event code 168 (Rewind)
    Event code 169 (Phone)
    Event code 171 (Config)
    Event code 172 (HomePage)
    Event code 173 (Refresh)
    Event code 174 (Exit)
    Event code 177 (ScrollUp)
    Event code 178 (ScrollDown)
    Event code 181 (New)
    Event code 206 (Close)
    Event code 207 (Play)
    Event code 208 (Fast Forward)
    Event code 209 (Bass Boost)
    Event code 210 (Print)
    Event code 212 (Camera)
    Event code 216 (Chat)
    Event code 217 (Search)
    Event code 219 (Finance)
    Event code 228 (Kbd Illum Toggle)
    Event code 234 (Save)
    Event code 235 (Documents)
    Event code 241 (Video Next)
    Event code 256 (Btn0)
    Event code 272 (LeftBtn)
    Event code 273 (RightBtn)
    Event code 274 (MiddleBtn)
    Event code 275 (SideBtn)
    Event code 276 (ExtraBtn)
    Event code 353 (Select)
    Event code 354 (Goto)
    Event code 358 (Info)
    Event code 362 (Program)
    Event code 366 (PVR)
    Event code 370 (Subtitle)
    Event code 372 (Zoom)
    Event code 374 (Keyboard)
    Event code 376 (PC)
    Event code 377 (TV)
    Event code 378 (TV2)
    Event code 379 (VCR)
    Event code 380 (VCR2)
    Event code 381 (Sat)
    Event code 383 (CD)
    Event code 384 (Tape)
    Event code 386 (Tuner)
    Event code 387 (Player)
    Event code 389 (DVD)
    Event code 392 (Audio)
    Event code 393 (Video)
    Event code 396 (Memo)
    Event code 397 (Calendar)
    Event code 398 (Red)
    Event code 399 (Green)
    Event code 400 (Yellow)
    Event code 401 (Blue)
    Event code 402 (ChannelUp)
    Event code 403 (ChannelDown)
    Event code 405 (Last)
    Event code 408 (Restart)
    Event code 409 (Slow)
    Event code 410 (Shuffle)
    Event code 416 (Videophone)
    Event code 417 (Games)
    Event code 418 (Zoom In)
    Event code 419 (Zoom Out)
    Event code 420 (Zoom Reset)
    Event code 421 (Word Processor)
    Event code 422 (Editor)
    Event code 423 (Spreadsheet)
    Event code 424 (Graphics Editor)
    Event code 425 (Presentation)
    Event code 426 (Database)
    Event code 427 (News)
    Event code 428 (Voicemail)
    Event code 429 (Addressbook)
    Event code 430 (Messenger)
    Event code 432 (Spellcheck)
    Event code 433 (Log Off)
    Event code 438 (Context Menu)
    Event code 439 (Media Repeat)
    Event code 442 (?)
    Event type 2 (Relative)
    Event code 0 (X)
    Event code 1 (Y)
    Event code 6 (HWheel)
    Event code 8 (Wheel)
    Event type 3 (Absolute)
    Event code 32 (Volume)
    Value 0
    Min 0
    Max 572
    Event code 40 (Misc)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 41 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 42 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 43 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 44 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 45 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event code 46 (?)
    Value 0
    Min -128
    Max 127
    Event type 4 (Misc)
    Event code 4 (ScanCode)
    Testing … (interrupt to exit)

    But pressing any buttons, working or non-working doesn’t cause anything to be printed to the telnet console…

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2265

    craigus
    Participant

    MCE remote Enter/OK now works. Back button and fast forward do not. Neither do the coloured shortcut buttons for video, music and pictures. These all work in 2.0 .

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2235

    craigus
    Participant

    You’re right – rejected. I’ve resent them to you.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2233

    craigus
    Participant

    OK, I’ve sent the files to team@geexbox.org. Let me know if that’s not the correct mail.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2225

    craigus
    Participant

    OK, many MCE remote functions still not working in r13637. Arrows work, stop button works (and yes, no crash on stop unlike 13636). Fast forward, Enter/OK not working. Mouse navigation works (and wow – much less laggy than in XBMC Live).

    # irw /var/run/lircd
    connect: No such file or directory

    With 2.0 (remote does work):
    # irw /var/run/lircd
    -sh: irw: not found

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2199

    craigus
    Participant

    Video and sound work for me with r13631, but selecting anything on the menu does nothing.Using modern MCE remote, I can navigate the menu, but if I select video or video/files, for example, nothing happens. I tried removing /root/.xbmc , just in case – no change,

    Athlon 2100+
    ASUS a7n266-vm (nforce)
    Radeon 9200 (rv280)
    512 Mb DDR2

    in reply to: No sound with nforce a7n266-vm #2198

    craigus
    Participant

    OK, sound works with r13631 (but the xbmc menu has problems – see my post in the devel thread).

    in reply to: No sound with nforce a7n266-vm #2191

    craigus
    Participant

    Hi,

    http://pastebin.com/0UHjRZb9

    Have to leave for work now, but will try the devel iso this evening. Thanks..


    craigus
    Participant

    Thanks, that does fix the issue (no sound though, I’ve started another thread for that). I assume that this only occurs on some hardware configurations ?

    As I posted in the devel thread above, I can’t use r13600 as I just get a black screen on my hardware.

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2178

    craigus
    Participant

    r13600 boots to blank / black screen on this hardware:

    Athlon 2100+
    ASUS a7n266-vm (nforce)
    Radeon 9200 (rv280)
    512 Mb DDR2

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