dante6913 wrote:What do you mean by halt? You can exit from xbmc and enter /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin --standalone to execute again.
When i try to exit from xbmc the screen goes black and nothing happens. All the lights in Pi are on. So if i want to exit, i have to ssh from my laptop and do a sudo halt
Which version are you using? When you press exit in XBian 0.6+ it will drop back to terminal.[/quote]
I'm using 0.62. I'm trying to shutdown all system from the xbmc menu (in openelec or in raspbian with the xbmc deb pakages i managed to do it).[/quote]
Did you read my post above? I have exact same issues with most xbmc versions, and setting hdmi_group/mode in config.txt solved it. Worth a try?
Values are listed here: http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt
(for my 720p tv it's group 1 / mode 19)
@killerbee no it completly hangs[/quote]
Yes and thank you i readed your post. I'm not at home, so i couldn't try it, i will try later. Anyway if you can help me with my config.txt, i have an samsung lcd, 1366x768 60Hz, so it shoul be hdmi_group=2, hdmi_mode=81.
Thanks in advance