XBMC for Raspbian wheezy including airplay,nfs,dvdcss.....


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by cloud_strife84 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:14 am
I start xbmc but when I play a file nothing happens... And sometimes it seems is playing but no video and audio or i see raspbian desktop with xbmc controls...
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by fraz0815 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:02 pm
cloud_strife84 wrote:I start xbmc but when I play a file nothing happens... And sometimes it seems is playing but no video and audio or i see raspbian desktop with xbmc controls...


I would suggest not to start xbmc from x. Also, do you use the 128/128 mb memory split?
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by cloud_strife84 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:26 pm
I use default memory split. So I have to chose 128/128?
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by nIerSify » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:31 pm
@cloud_strife84

These xbmc version are not meant to be played in x. I would recommend using the terminal instead.

For those who are using CEC for XBMC, check this link: http://selfprogramming.bplaced.net/inde ... /comments/

for the new libCEC version....

P.S
I wasn´t been able to compile the xbmc version from the mainline tree yet. I will try to compile it in the next days or in the next week. Because i am writing my bachelor thesis i have not much time spending on the compilation thing. Also setting up a cross compiler is not so easy as it seems ;)


Best regards
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by fraz0815 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:23 pm
cloud_strife84 wrote:I use default memory split. So I have to chose 128/128?

yes
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by nIerSify » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:59 pm
I have set up a cross compiler using distcc in order to compile the latest xbmc build.
I tested this with libCEC and it worked quite well :) I will test this now on xbmc......
I will make a new post on my blog if i got some more detailled informations

Best regards
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by NielsMayer » Thu Sep 27, 2012 12:20 am
Many thanks for
-rw-r--r-- 1 npm npm 30404694 2012-09-19 05:28 xbmc-20120917_1rpb-1_armhf.deb


Which is running nicely on

rpi2-6-~> uname -a
Linux rpi2 3.2.27+ #171 PREEMPT Tue Sep 25 00:08:57 BST 2012 armv6l GNU/Linux
rpi2-7-~> vcgencmd version
Sep 25 2012 00:18:47
Copyright (c) 2012 Broadcom
version 339137 (release)


Unlike previous comments, I was able to run as myself and not 'root' (which is a bad idea), probably because of /etc/group

adm:x:4:pi
dialout:x:20:pi
cdrom:x:24:pi
floppy:x:25:pi
tape:x:26:pi
sudo:x:27:pi
audio:x:29:pi
video:x:44:pi
plugdev:x:46:pi
games:x:60:pi
users:x:100:pi
input:x:1001:pi
fuse:x:107:pi


One problem I'm having is that I can use my bluetooth-connected keyboard for cursor/return/esc. But as soon as I get to a keyboard input dialog, typing doesn't input characters. But return/esc/cursors work. This once worked but stopped. Not sure what stopped it, but it was the inadvertent enabling of the mouse that seemed to be the culprit.

My .xbmc/userdata/guisettings.xml

<input>
<enablemouse>true</enablemouse>
<peripherals></peripherals>
<remoteaskeyboard>false</remoteaskeyboard>
</input>


Perhaps related, the youtube plugin search function emits the following:

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15:21:42 T:1103626240   ERROR: GetDirectory - Error getting plugin://plugin.video.youtube/?path=/root/search/new&feed=search&login=false&
15:21:42 T:1103626240   ERROR: CGUIMediaWindow::GetDirectory(plugin://plugin.video.youtube/?path=/root/search/new&feed=search&login=false&) failed


And previously when I was able to get keyboard letter input working (because I was root??), YouTube plugin gave errors:

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23:03:44 T:1230115904  NOTICE: CommonFunctions-1.2.0
23:03:59 T:1230115904   ERROR: Error Type: <type 'exceptions.IndexError'>
23:03:59 T:1230115904   ERROR: Error Contents: string index out of range
23:03:59 T:1230115904   ERROR: Traceback (most recent call last):
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/default.py", line 112, in <module>
                                                navigation.listMenu(params)
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/YouTubeNavigation.py", line 110, in l
istMenu
                                                return self.list(params)
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/YouTubeNavigation.py", line 191, in l
ist
                                                (results, status) = self.feeds.list(params)
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/YouTubeFeeds.py", line 157, in list
                                                videos = self.core.getVideoInfo(result["content"], params)
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/YouTubeCore.py", line 890, in getVide
oInfo
                                                self.getYTCache("vidstatus-", ytobjects)
                                              File "/root/.xbmc/addons/plugin.video.youtube/YouTubeCore.py", line 769, in getYTCa
che
                                                if res[i]:
                                            IndexError: string index out of range
23:04:00 T:1103545392   ERROR: GetDirectory - Error getting plugin://plugin.video.youtube/?path=/root/subscriptions&user_feed=upl
oads&view_mode=subscriptions_favorites&login=true&channel=RussiaToday&
23:04:00 T:1103545392   ERROR: CGUIMediaWindow::GetDirectory(plugin://plugin.video.youtube/?path=/root/subscriptions&user_feed=up


Other than that, xbmc on the 'pi is a beautiful thing nearly makes me want to give up porting http://www.nielsmayer.com/bin/view/MeeGo/QmlTube to Qt5 ...
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by fraz0815 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:10 am
One problem I'm having is that I can use my bluetooth-connected keyboard for cursor/return/esc. But as soon as I get to a keyboard input dialog, typing doesn't input characters. But return/esc/cursors work. This once worked but stopped. Not sure what stopped it, but it was the inadvertent enabling of the mouse that seemed to be the culprit.

Common problem afaik (not related to bluetooth) when not running as root. I think Raspbmc did manage it somehow.
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by giaur500 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:23 am
nIerSify wrote:Hi,
here is a quick compilation status update: http://blog-selfprogramming.dyndns.org/ ... /comments/.
Basically i am compiling xbmc from the mainline tree right now (hope it works :) )
The configuration output is shown below:
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  XBMC Configuration:
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  Debugging:    No
  Profiling:    No
  Optimization: Yes
  SWIG Available:       Yes
  JRE Available:        Yes
  Doxygen Available:    No
  Crosscomp.:   No
  target ARCH:  arm
  target CPU:   arm1176jzf-s
  OpenGLES:     Yes
  ALSA:         No
  DBUS:         Yes
  VDPAU:        No
  VAAPI:        No
  CrystalHD:    No
  VDADecoder:   No
  VTBDecoder:   No
  OpenMax:      No
  Joystick:     No
  XRandR:       No
  GOOM:         No
  RSXS:         Yes
  ProjectM:     No
  Skin Touched: No
  X11:          No
  Bluray:       Yes
  TexturePacker:Yes
  MID Support:  Yes
  ccache:       Yes
  ALSA Support: No
  PulseAudio:   No
  HAL Support:  No
  DVDCSS:       Yes
  Google Test Framework Configured:     No
  Avahi:        Yes
  Non-free:     Yes
  ASAP Codec:   No
  MySQL:        Yes
  Webserver:    Yes
  libRTMP support:      Yes
  libsmbclient support: Yes
  libnfs client support:Yes
  libafpclient support: Yes
  AirPlay support:      Yes
  AirTunes support:     Yes
  UPnP support:         Yes
  Optical drive:        Yes
  libudev support:      Yes
  libusb support:       No
  libcec support:       Yes
  libcec RPi support:   Yes
  libmp3lame support:   Yes
  libvorbisenc support: Yes
  libcap support:       No
  additional players:   No
  External FFmpeg:      No
  PVR add-ons:          No
  prefix:       /usr
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Why did you disabled OpenMax? As I know, it's used for hardware accelerated video decoding on Pi, so, without this, xbmc is useless - no gpu acceleration for play movies = no video playback. Also, pvr would also be nice.
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by cloud_strife84 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 10:10 am
I started xbmc from terminal on boot with my usb memory inserted but on xbmc it doesn't appear as memory
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by fraz0815 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 1:57 pm
Why did you disabled OpenMax? As I know, it's used for hardware accelerated video decoding on Pi, so, without this, xbmc is useless - no gpu acceleration for play movies = no video playback. Also, pvr would also be nice.

It is hw accelerated. Guessing OpenMax is listed as disabled because gui is done through opengles and playback is handled by omxplayer.

I started xbmc from terminal on boot with my usb memory inserted but on xbmc it doesn't appear as memory

For a more featured version with usb support you could try one of the xbmc distros (openelec, raspbmc, xbian), I think they all support usb devices. Not sure whats missing to get usb drives working.
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by NielsMayer » Fri Sep 28, 2012 1:30 am
fraz0815 wrote:
One problem I'm having is that I can use my bluetooth-connected keyboard for cursor/return/esc. But as soon as I get to a keyboard input dialog, typing doesn't input characters. But return/esc/cursors work. This once worked but stopped. Not sure what stopped it, but it was the inadvertent enabling of the mouse that seemed to be the culprit.

Common problem afaik (not related to bluetooth) when not running as root. I think Raspbmc did manage it somehow.


Interesting. What else am I missing for being able to run as a regular user. Running xbmc as root is tantamount to running a web-browser as root security-wise-- a very bad idea. So what else am I missing to be able to run as 'pi' user ?

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rpi2-53-~> ls -l /dev/input/event*
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 65 Sep 26 15:21 /dev/input/event1
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 66 Sep 26 15:22 /dev/input/event2
rpi2-54-~> grep input /etc/group
input:x:1001:pi
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by fraz0815 » Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:52 am
Maybe a new build from the github main branch will fix this.
Most previous versions where compiled from https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc-rbp . But it seems the main repo https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc with newly added pi support and many pi fixes gives people (me included) hard times compiling....
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by nIerSify » Fri Sep 28, 2012 2:09 pm
fraz0815 wrote:Maybe a new build from the github main branch will fix this.
Most previous versions where compiled from https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc-rbp . But it seems the main repo https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc with newly added pi support and many pi fixes gives people (me included) hard times compiling....


Thats also the reason why i didn´t release a newer version of xbmc on my blog ;) Compiling the mainline tree is not easy.....
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by einherjer » Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:25 pm
teeth_03 wrote:I have a dual boot menu setup to boot into either LXDE (startx) or XBMC,


Cool idea ;-)

I extended it for better use with my cheap remote (http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Remote_control_reviews#Unbranded_MCE_remote. This one works out of the box for mouse movements, cursor keys etc.

It works after tuning the pi: http://www.extremeshok.com/blog/debian/ ... ory-usage/

- Auto login:
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sudo apt-get install rungetty

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sudo vi /etc/inittab

Replace the line "1:2345:respawn:/sbin/getty --noclear 38400 tty1" with:
1:2345:respawn:/sbin/rungetty tty1 --autologin pi



- Bootmenu
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sudo apt-get install dialog

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sudo vi /home/pi/.bashrc

Add one line: /usr/local/bin/bootdialog.sh


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sudo vi /usr/local/bin/bootdialog.sh

Here is a small menue with 4 options:
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#!/bin/bash
dialog --backtitle "Bootmenu"\
        --cancel-label "Quit" \
        --menu "Move using [UP] [DOWN], [Enter] to select" 17 60 10\
 LXDE "Desktop"\
 XBMC "Media Center"\
 Update "Raspian Update"\
 Firmware "Firmware Update"\
 Quit "Exit" 2>dialog.tmp
Eingabe=`cat dialog.tmp`
opt=`cat dialog.tmp`
case $Eingabe in
   LXDE) startx;;
   XBMC) sudo /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin;;
   Update) sudo apt-get -y update; sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade; sudo apt-get -y autoremove; sudo apt-get -y autoclean; sudo reboot;;
   Firmware) sudo rpi-update 128;;
   Quit) rm dialog.tmp; clear; exit;;
    esac

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sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bootdialog.sh


After a reboot you should have a menu to startx, XBMC and to do easy updates.
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by NielsMayer » Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:22 am
OMFG.... I finally got a clue... and got rid of this warning from xbmc.log:

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16:54:21 T:1103196160   ERROR: Unable to load libcec.so.1, reason: libcec.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


And now I have a working remote on my Vizio M260MV http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-M260MV-26-I ... roduct_top which I had thought too old to support it...

However, after correct setup, I noticed:

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17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Register - new cec device registered on rpi->RPI: Raspberry Pi CEC Adapter (2708:1001)
17:07:17 T:1165521984  NOTICE: Thread CEC Adapter start, auto delete: false
17:07:17 T:1175450688  NOTICE: Thread XBMC Peripherals start, auto delete: false
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: CWinEGLPlatformRaspberryPI::GetSupportedModes (1) = 8, prefer_group=1, prefer_mode=10
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 0: 640x480@60 :1
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 1: 720x480@60 :2
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 2: 720x480@60 :3
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 3: 1280x720@60 :4
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 4: 1920x1080@60 I:5
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 5: 720x480@60 I:6
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 6: 720x480@60 I:7
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 7: 1920x1080@60 N:10
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: CWinEGLPlatformRaspberryPI::GetSupportedModes (2) = 8, prefer_group=1, prefer_mode=10
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 0: 640x480@60 :4
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 1: 640x480@75 :6
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 2: 800x600@60 :9
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 3: 800x600@72 :a
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 4: 800x600@75 :b
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 5: 1024x768@60 :10
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 6: 1024x768@70 :11
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: 7: 1024x768@75 :12
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: CWinEGLPlatformRaspberryPI::GetSupportedModes (3) = 0, prefer_group=1, prefer_mode=10
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 640 x 480 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 720 x 480 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Previous line repeats 1 times.
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1280 x 720 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1920 x 1080 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 720 x 480 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Previous line repeats 1 times.
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1920 x 1080 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 640 x 480 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 640 x 480 @ 75.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 800 x 600 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 800 x 600 @ 72.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 800 x 600 @ 75.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1024 x 768 @ 60.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1024 x 768 @ 70.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found resolution for display 0 with 1024 x 768 @ 75.000000 Hz
17:07:17 T:1075449856  NOTICE: Found (1920x1080@60.000000) at 23, setting to RES_DESKTOP at 16


Suggested it would work and I picked up the remote and said hey why not try....

(!!)

To install, did:

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rpi2-5-~> wget https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/kleinernik.sponsored/download/libcec_1.8.0-
rpi2-7-~> sudo dpkg -i libcec_1.8.0-1_armhf.deb


To launch did:

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rpi2-61-~> env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib/ xbmc.bin


Awesome!
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by fraz0815 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 1:46 am
I asked Koenk(xbian founder) via twitter (https://twitter.com/Koenkk) after i saw that he managed to compile the main tree.
Answer: http://pastebin.com/jLzEZiXg
Hope this helps, starting compiling now :)
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by NielsMayer » Sat Sep 29, 2012 2:14 am
NielsMayer wrote:[So what else am I missing to be able to run as 'pi' user ?

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rpi2-53-~> ls -l /dev/input/event*
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 65 Sep 26 15:21 /dev/input/event1
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 66 Sep 26 15:22 /dev/input/event2
rpi2-54-~> grep input /etc/group
input:x:1001:pi


/me notices xbmc.log output:

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17:07:35 T:1075449856 WARNING: no keymap support (requires /dev/tty0 - CONFIG_VT)
17:07:36 T:1146795072 WARNING: Previous line repeats 1 times.


Attempting temporary fix ?

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rpi2-8-~> ll /dev/tty0
crw------- 1 root root 4, 0 Dec 31  1969 /dev/tty0
rpi2-9-~> sudo chmod g+rw /dev/tty0
rpi2-10-~> sudo chgrp input /dev/tty0
rpi2-13-~> ll /dev/tty0
crw-rw---- 1 root input 4, 0 Dec 31  1969 /dev/tty0
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by NielsMayer » Sat Sep 29, 2012 3:55 am
The above fixes problems w/ alphabetic input with regular USB keyboard.

However, the bluetooth keyboard wasn't working at all, sending all it's input to the console.

Similar to the above, this is fixed by changing permissions on the device before running /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin

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rpi2-20-~> ll /dev/input/
total 0
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root      60 Sep 26 15:21 by-id/
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root      60 Sep 26 15:21 by-path/
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 65 Sep 26 15:21 event1
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 66 Sep 26 15:22 event2
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 63 Dec 31  1969 mice
rpi2-21-~> sudo chmod g+w /dev/input/*
rpi2-24-~> sudo chgrp input /dev/input/*
rpi2-25-~> ll /dev/input/
total 0
drwxrwxr-x 2 root input     60 Sep 26 15:21 by-id/
drwxrwxr-x 2 root input     60 Sep 26 15:21 by-path/
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 65 Sep 26 15:21 event1
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 66 Sep 26 15:22 event2
crw-rw---T 1 root input 13, 63 Dec 31  1969 mice


Now both bluetooth and USB keyboards can be used for "typing" in xbmc while not running as 'root'. However you also must have setup for the 'pi' user:

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rpi2-23-~> grep input /etc/group
input:x:1001:pi
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by fraz0815 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 5:02 pm
Nice you found a fix, will use as soon as the compiling is finished again :)

About compiling, in case someone wants to try:
starting with http://pastebin.com/jLzEZiXg did work.
However some stuff was missing:

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sudo apt-get install cmake swig default-jre

Also I increased swap to 512mb in /etc/dphys-swapfile.

Compiling went through with the given instructions, but playback is veeery slow with no sound.
Think it doesn't use omxplayer, because it was not listed in ./configure, also the value in config.log says
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USE_OMXPLAYER=''
.
So giving it a new try with added
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--enable-player=omxplayer
.
Let's see what the result will be this time :)
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by r0nnie » Sun Sep 30, 2012 12:14 pm
im getting the opengl error too and error loading shared libraries libplist.so.1: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory
aswell as sh: 1: glxinfo: not found

i had an old version working perfectly (tomaz version)

any way to fix this then?? and yes i have 128/128 split

also getting this error when trying to run xbmc from ssh (used to beable to load old xbmc from ssh)
error while loading shared libraries: libsmbclient.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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by nIerSify » Mon Oct 01, 2012 2:45 pm
r0nnie wrote:im getting the opengl error too and error loading shared libraries libplist.so.1: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory
aswell as sh: 1: glxinfo: not found

i had an old version working perfectly (tomaz version)

any way to fix this then?? and yes i have 128/128 split

also getting this error when trying to run xbmc from ssh (used to beable to load old xbmc from ssh)
error while loading shared libraries: libsmbclient.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


If you are using a version from my site, please ensure that you have installed all libraries. See here: http://selfprogramming.bplaced.net/inde ... -for-xbmc/

Also make sure to start it via sudo /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin

Best regards
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by teeth_03 » Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:11 pm
XBMC was running perfectly fine at one point,but now when I play videos, the would-be black bars are actually the console window open behind whats left of the video that will not fit the screen. I see the top of the RPi logo at the top left and blinking cursor on the bottom left.

Other than that,works perfectly fine.

Thoughts?

I'm hoping waiting for the next version might fix the problem
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by nIerSify » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:33 pm
Great news :) I was able to compile the xbmc mainline tree and it seems that this build is working quite well. I am building a .deb package right now and will upload this version on my blog....

It is configured with this command:
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./configure --prefix=/usr --build=arm-linux-gnueabihf --host=arm-linux-gnueabihf
   --localstatedir=/var/lib --with-platform=raspberry-pi --disable-gl --enable-gles
   --disable-x11 --disable-sdl --enable-ccache --enable-optimizations
   --enable-external-libraries --disable-goom --disable-hal --disable-pulse
   --disable-vaapi --disable-vdpau --disable-xrandr --enable-airplay --disable-airtunes
   --disable-alsa --enable-avahi --enable-libbluray --enable-dvdcss
   --disable-debug --disable-joystick --enable-mid --enable-nfs --disable-profiling
   --disable-projectm --enable-rsxs --enable-rtmp --disable-vaapi
   --disable-vdadecoder --disable-external-ffmpeg  --enable-optical-drive --enable-libcec --enable-player=omxplayer
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by AndroidPI » Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:51 pm
My Keyboard and Mouse didn't work, and fixed that by noticing
that my adapter powering the PI board was not strong enough
so I found a better adapter.

XBMC works now (sorta).

Seems like the Youtube plugin isn't working.

Where can I get the latest youtube patch for this!
Thanks!
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