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  • in reply to: latest build for i386 #2940

    lolo
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    @Tom, No I did not, you’re right
    I have tried r13951 this evening and my hd movies through nfs share are perfect ! Better than anything previous! Thank for your work 🙂
    One question, for my personnal knowledge : do you plan to work on improving a little geexbox starting phase (faster) ? would be great 😉

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2919

    lolo
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    Had a quick try to r13944@64bits this evening. HD movies are ooching when played on ion330 because cpu is higher than 100%
    Tom, please let me know if you need details

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2708

    lolo
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    So I tried r13829. It is true that it is better than the r13816 I tried but the nfs access is really not as reliable as r13686. Sometimes it runs, sometimes it does not… And sometimes, when the data flow is going down for a few seconds, it does like if it restart and come back on the first screen
    nfs client is important for me as I have all movie (95% are hd) on a nfs server

    Would it be helpfull if I provide a log ? How to get it ?

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2688

    lolo
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    Hi
    Just to inform you that :
    r13816 is not able to read a remuxed BRR (bitrate +/- 30Mb/s) through NFS share when r13686 is playing the same file fine.
    I get the buffer going down to 0 with r13816 permanentely while it is working 100% with r13686

    Would be great to check this. Do you need a log ? (Is there a link to learn how to get it ?)

    The shutdown fix is working with r13816 and I can easily read any usual divx file but no HD rip

    Rgs,

    in reply to: [ solved ] Install failed on usb stick #2344

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    Everything works as described here : http://www.geexbox.org/geexbox-for-pc-booting-from-usb/ with unetbootin


    You’re then prompted to specify (in MB) the “Space used to preserve files across reboots“. While being declare as “Ubuntu only“, we made GeeXboX support this option, allowing you to reserve some dedicated space on your USB key (will be reserved under a file named casper-rw on your USB disk).
    This is what we call persistent data storage, and is a really useful feature that allows all configuration changes, database, saved pictures and such media parts to remain after reboots.

    thank you

    😉

    in reply to: [ solved ] Install failed on usb stick #2335

    lolo
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    @tomlohave,
    I did not use dd & unetbootin.
    I have used lili usb creator on windows 7. You can have an overview of it here : http://www.linuxliveusb.com/en/help/guide

    I have carefully described exactly what I did in the post above

    Should I try r13693?

    in reply to: [ solved ] Install failed on usb stick #2334

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    While it was working well on “live usb stick”, I tried to install “geexbox-devel-20111224-r13686-i386″ on (another) usb stick but i get stuck on the same error…
    What i did :
    1 – I created a usb stick with iso on it using linux usb creator
    2 – started my computer and, at prompt, selected : “install Geexbox to disk…”
    (at this moment, i get an error : could not open framebuffer: no such file or directory) but it continues
    3 – Inserted another usb stick and replyed yes to begin the install
    4 – selected sdd and replyed two times yes !
    5 – the system run for a while… everything seems fine except at the end I get the 3 followings messages :

    cp: can’t stat ‘ /.root/isolinux/splash.png’ : No such file or directory
    cp: can’t stat ‘ /.root/isolinux/vesamenu.c32’ : No such file or directory
    cp: can’t stat ‘ /.root/isolinux/help.msg’ : No such file or directory
    /tmp/installator/target/boot is device /dev/sdd1
    The installation has been completed!
    Press any keyto reboot the system…

    Obviously, when I start the computer with the stick, I get the “Could not find kernel image: /boot/vesamenu.c32″

    Any idea ?

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2325

    lolo
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    While it was working well on “live usb stick”, I tried to install “geexbox-devel-20111224-r13686-i386” on (another) usb stick but i get stuck on the same error…
    What i did :
    1 – I created a usb stick with iso on it using linux usb creator
    2 – started my computer and, at prompt, selected : “install Geexbox to disk…”
    (at this moment, i get an error : could not open framebuffer: no such file or directory) but it continues
    3 – Inserted another usb stick and replyed yes to begin the install
    4 – selected sdd and replyed two times yes !
    5 – the system run for a while… everything seems fine except at the end I get the 3 followings messages :

    cp: can't stat ' /.root/isolinux/splash.png' : No such file or directory
    cp: can't stat ' /.root/isolinux/vesamenu.c32' : No such file or directory
    cp: can't stat ' /.root/isolinux/help.msg' : No such file or directory
    /tmp/installator/target/boot is device /dev/sdd1
    The installation has been completed!
    Press any keyto reboot the system...

    Obviously, when I start the computer with the stick, I get the “Could not find kernel image: /boot/vesamenu.c32”

    Any idea ?

    in reply to: latest build for i386 #2275

    lolo
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    Just to let you know that three days ago, I tried Geexbox “geexbox-devel-20111220-r13637-i386” and it works like a charm (even if I have search during 48 hours how to suscribe to the forum to let you know!!!)

    Hardware : giada slim n10 (Ion 330) with picture connected on hdmi and analog sound (not tried vga & hdmi output for the sound)
    http://www.ht-center.fr/2010/02/test-de-lordinateur-giada-slim-n10-atom-ion/

    I tried Geexbox 2.0 which gave me only a black screen when this one works great (including mkv@h264@hidef)
    The NFS integrated client works perfectly while it was crashing on the last openelec releases

    Thank you for the work

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