Had forgot to say it's the never releases, the first were fine, but 11514 and two before and all after are not.Sc0ut wrote:Has anyone problems with the internet connection?
with the right receiver and the pi running through it...Doktor-X wrote:developers need's to check build 10902 and all new builds build from that becouse only this release works for me i'm talking about 1080p DTS statter free
Well the Pi doesnt have Hardware Decode for DD/DTS due to licensing costs. Because of this devs have only one option to software decode on the CPU. This is resource intensive and the Pi doesnt have enough grunt to get it done. Sure optimisation may make it a bit better, but i think its a lot to ask.Doktor-X wrote:but lot of people (me included) do not have reciver to be able to passthrough dts on to it
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root ~ # ps auxwww | grep pulseaudio 1100 root 0:04 pulseaudio --system --daemonize --log-target=file:/var/log/pulseaudio.log --log-level=debug root ~ # pactl list sinks Sink #0 State: SUSPENDED Name: alsa_output.usb-1130_USB_AUDIO-00-AUDIO.analog-stereo Description: TP6911 Audio Headset Analog Stereo Driver: module-alsa-card.c Sample Specification: s16le 2ch 48000Hz Channel Map: front-left,front-right Owner Module: 0 Mute: no Volume: 0: 29% 1: 29% 0: -32.00 dB 1: -32.00 dB balance 0.00 Base Volume: 9% -63.00 dB Monitor Source: alsa_output.usb-1130_USB_AUDIO-00-AUDIO.analog-stereo.monitor Latency: 0 usec, configured 0 usec Flags: HARDWARE HW_MUTE_CTRL HW_VOLUME_CTRL DECIBEL_VOLUME LATENCY Properties: alsa.resolution_bits = "16" device.api = "alsa" device.class = "sound" alsa.class = "generic" alsa.subclass = "generic-mix" alsa.name = "USB Audio" alsa.id = "USB Audio" alsa.subdevice = "0" alsa.subdevice_name = "subdevice #0" alsa.device = "0" alsa.card = "1" alsa.card_name = "USB AUDIO" alsa.long_card_name = "USB AUDIO at usb-bcm2708_usb-1.3, full speed" alsa.driver_name = "snd_usb_audio" device.bus_path = "platform-bcm2708_usb-usb-0:1.3:1.0" sysfs.path = "/devices/platform/bcm2708_usb/usb1/1-1/1-1.3/1-1.3:1.0/sound/card1" udev.id = "usb-1130_USB_AUDIO-00-AUDIO" device.bus = "usb" device.vendor.id = "1130" device.vendor.name = "Tenx Technology, Inc." device.product.id = "f211" device.product.name = "TP6911 Audio Headset" device.serial = "1130_USB_AUDIO" device.form_factor = "headset" device.string = "front:1" device.buffering.buffer_size = "384000" device.buffering.fragment_size = "192000" device.access_mode = "mmap+timer" device.profile.name = "analog-stereo" device.profile.description = "Analog Stereo" device.description = "TP6911 Audio Headset Analog Stereo" alsa.mixer_name = "USB Mixer" alsa.components = "USB1130:f211" module-udev-detect.discovered = "1" device.icon_name = "audio-headset-usb" device.intended_roles = "phone" Ports: analog-output: Analog Output (priority: 9900) Active Port: analog-output Formats: pcm
sure:a-spence7 wrote:Is there a user guide for beginners to get all of this up and running without having to trawl through 18 pages of discussion? It would be very helpful for a beginner.
i've never found the mute to work. haven't tested it the last couple versions however. tested it using both analog and hdmi audio.daveg wrote:Using r11493, all seems ok except for the mute not muting.
Anyone else have this on this release?
Thank you; this is a more elegant solution than I assumed there would bepodly wrote:You have to do from ssh:When you want xbmc back just delete /var/lock/xbmc.disabled - xbmc will respawn and you don't need to restart system.
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root ~ # touch /var/lock/xbmc.disabled root ~ # killall -9 xbmc.bin
All OpenElec compilations made after 3rd Jul should play all youtube videos without problems.eltechno wrote:i found a website with the openelec updated with the latest raspberry firmware and other stuff the youtube videos runs awesome !! and super fast &smooth
http://www.raspberrypilabs.com/openelec ... r-youtube/
check this if you need something like that
There are 900M SD card images (intended to fit onto any SD card with a nominal capacity >1G) on thestateofme build server too - it's just that there are so many release bundles there now that you have to scroll down a bit to see them. In retrospect I should have created subdirectories for release bundles and images, but since I've set up a notification mousetrap to let me know when new stuff arrives (and others might have too) I'm not too keen on changing things now.podly wrote:I think, that http://openelec.thestateofme.com/ is good place for actual compilation. Also http://sparky0815.de/openelec-download- ... fat-files/ is good place if you are lookin for sd card images.
we do this since 5 months:tbar wrote:Is OpenElec on RPi build with hardfp? Raspbmc is expected to be when RC4 is released.
When flashing my SD card with the latest build (OpenELEC-RPi.arm-devel-20120725022533-r11649.tar.bz2) and all seems fine until i try and boot it in my RPi. I get the following error:cpswan wrote:I wrote up a guide on Designspark a little while ago.a-spence7 wrote:Is there a user guide for beginners to get all of this up and running without having to trawl through 18 pages of discussion? It would be very helpful for a beginner.