Author Topic: Upgrading. Is it safe yet? (ALL video cards but nVidia GTxxx cards specifically)  (Read 3467 times)

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I'll look into running the checks, but as far as forcing the AVwizard,... Right now I'll take a pass,... it seems... inordinately well behaved... curious... Can't put my finger on it,... but it seems snappier, and less quirky than before... Maybe just psychological... I have no metrics to offer,... just anecdotal... I'd rather take readings on it right now if you don't mind... I don't want to change it just yet...

Update on the MD end,... The AVwizard failed to present a suitable first selection screen for video resolution on my primary MD,... Also Intel, a GMA3150, I believe,... Video output is to VGA (adapter from DVI port) to a Sanyo 42" TV w/ VGA input... I had to drop out to KDE desktop, use its (xrandr?) resolution settings to move to the auto-detected 1920x1080, open a terminal window, delete the default xorg.conf, ... reboot,... and only then was I presented with usable AVwizard screens... Had to do that the very first time I set up that machine though on my original 1004 net install... Don't know if it's quirky hardware... PITA,... but I have non-standard hardware,... I guess I need to expect a little of this...

If you want any logs from that machine,... let me know which/what/when/how...

Thanks.

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This looks like the same thing my upgraded core has been doing.  I'll try to have a look later today and see if I can chase it down on my core, could be the same issue that others are having.

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There are now at least 4 reports of this behavior.

So... thank you folks for giving it a go... but for now... the answer to the thread title is no until I work out this kink.
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Note also,...

I adjusted the resolutions.conf to enable 1360x768 & 1366x768 resolutions for one of my Sanyo TVs,... After deleting the xorg.conf and going into the AVwizardmand selecting the resolution, what I got was 1280x720,... and after manually editing the xorg.conf, I was left with on-screen Orbiters that would not adjust their size, after attempting a full regen. (Web Admin confirmed resolution Imwas looking for).

Maybe I'm forgetting something I did the first time around, when I had first gotten it working, months ago & prior to update...

PS edit: The AVWizard_Common.sh needs to be edited too [ ... does face-palm ...] ... I HATE Sanyo TVs...
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Ok... thanks to phenigma for working this one out.

net installs have a file /etc/inittab
After the upgrade it is an issue becuase the startup scripts are no longer in rc5.d and the runlevel gets switched by inittab to 5 before S99a0start_avwizard is executed in runlevel 2.

I need to change the upgrade process to remove this file for the new boot functionality to work. So... those of you with no avwizard, move this file somewhere and reboot. I expect you will have avwizard.
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Does the presence of the inittab file affect MD creation (carry over into the compressed file the diskless setup script generates)??? Could that be mucking up my two squirly MDs with odd resolutions and the AVwizard?

Core and Living Room MD are working fine. Well... after I wrested the Living room MD into submission on a separate resolution issue.

My Master Bedroom & Dining Room MDs are the ones with an unsupported resolution. Had it working before upgrade, but changing the Resolutions.conf and the AVWizard_Common.sh to reflect those resolutions isn't working in getting me to the AVWizard... Just black-screens out on me when trying. I can't tell if this related to this issue or not. (Note: I get AVwizard on creation, just no decent, usable resolutions, and then can't get back to the AVWizard reliably).

If this inittab thing is the likely issue, then I'll give that a shot,... but otherwise, or if nobody's sure, I'll just pull 'em off the system, at least for now. I could always put them back on later, and they're not really getting used, anyway (low WAF factor from SWMBO). Plus it'd give me experience in getting LinuxMCE media file access to other systems on the network.

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inittab does not affect md creation.  If you have this problem then you would have no avwizard at all, ever.

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Does the presence of the inittab file affect MD creation (carry over into the compressed file the diskless setup script generates)??? Could that be mucking up my two squirly MDs with odd resolutions and the AVwizard?

Core and Living Room MD are working fine. Well... after I wrested the Living room MD into submission on a separate resolution issue.

My Master Bedroom & Dining Room MDs are the ones with an unsupported resolution. Had it working before upgrade, but changing the Resolutions.conf and the AVWizard_Common.sh to reflect those resolutions isn't working in getting me to the AVWizard... Just black-screens out on me when trying. I can't tell if this related to this issue or not. (Note: I get AVwizard on creation, just no decent, usable resolutions, and then can't get back to the AVWizard reliably).

If this inittab thing is the likely issue, then I'll give that a shot,... but otherwise, or if nobody's sure, I'll just pull 'em off the system, at least for now. I could always put them back on later, and they're not really getting used, anyway (low WAF factor from SWMBO). Plus it'd give me experience in getting LinuxMCE media file access to other systems on the network.



What have you upgraded, and what haven't you?

What should be discussed here, is ONLY machines that are running the latest code from the latest updates. If your other machines have funky resolution and are not upgraded, upgrade them. There are a LOT of fixes to the entire process.

Quit being so damned cautious. Move the file. Reboot. Report the result. If it doesn't work or makes things worse... move it back if you want.
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I rebuilt the MDs wholesale after the upgrade of the core. So, the only technical problems, I can see, are the inittab, or some esoteric effect on non-supported resolutions... Phenigma says it's not the inittab... so... anyway...

The REAL problem isn't the technical side of things in getting it to work, ... If I divorce myself from all else that is happening I can handle it,... get it working, etc. ...

The REAL problem,... It's the "I can't stand your gadgets controlling everything!," affect I get from SWMBO & the kiddies, when I'm an absolute grouch when my [expletives deleted] doesn't work... I'm sure you know the feeling... I don't want somebody else divorcing themselves from me... Been through that once... Once! Believe it or not (you probably don't), the first one wasn't my fault, ... she suffered from OCD & bipolar, wouldn't continue meds or treatment,... and it was just time to throw in the towel (and every Douglas Adams fan knows that you are ALWAYS supposed to carry your towel)... ... TMI, I know...

Anyway, a scaled back system isn't all that bad,... less to worry about,... and more time to devote to trying to contribute the xterm feature ... and the permissions fixes that'll probably have to go along with it... This has stalled my research and work on that... not good.

I'll figure out the resolution stuff, eventually, ... If you are concerned from the standpoint of how it affects your work (loose end?!),... Please let me know... I'll investigate further ... time permitting ... But, for now,... back burner,... & probably my error(s) anyway...
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move... the f@#$ing... inittab.

You are miscommunicating with each other.

He is referring to your MDs, which do not HAVE an inittab. Your intel, net install, does. Your intel, net install, after latest upgrade, does not EVER see avwizard.


You are one of 3 people who posts who has an intel chipset. I need this tested and confirmed. It is like pulling teeth to get you to help me help you... and the WHOLE thing, would take less than 5 minutes of your time... and after 2 days... you are saying... "nah".

You don't have to. It is your equipment... but do not ever, EVER, ask me a question again.
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(re)Moving the inittab causes the AVWizard to spawn,... after re-selecting the appropriate settings, rebooted... Hung on reboot so I eventually did a cold boot,... I've seen that in the past, though unrelated to any changes with the latest update. After the cold boot, they sysyem asked to regen all MDs,... After bith MD and Core/Hybrid came up... All functions appear normal afterward...
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Tadaa


THANK YOU. I don't know why I get so frustrated in the wee hours of the morning. I do really appreciate it.

Ok... that cold boot thing. My old optiplex did that too. I need to create a ticket now and figure out why that happens. I thought it was just my crap equipment. I really do appreciate your time and dedication to the project. I know that my behavior annoys you. You are, since the first time we butted heads, the one walking the high road. I come across as a bully. It is just terribly frustrating that you seem unwilling to do anything that is asked of you. It was like pulling teeth to get you to look into the source (to help you do what you want). It was like pulling teeth to get you to make the virtual terminal the right way (to help you do what you want). It is like pulling teeth to get you to do something as simple as moving a file to fix your core (to help you do what you want). All of these things also help others, and it makes me want to pull my hair out. I and the others will bend over backwards to help you... but only if you take that help, instead of fight it. On that note... I have not seen your ticket with your work on terminal so I can look at it and help where I can. Upload soon, update often.

I am sorry I let my frustration get the better of me. Thank you very much for testing.
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Still researching the issues with the xterm thing; standard NIS keyfile practices, LinuxMCE user/password creation & maintenance. Since I don't code and my shell scripting skills are rusty, it's taking longer than I wanted it to.
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Hi,

i'm facing problems with sound in some video files, specially mkv and mp4. Some mp4 plays audio and video well, others only audio and plays sound when extension is changed from mp4 to m2ts (which makes mplayer to play it instead of xine).
Some mkv do not outputs sound even changing the suffix from mkv to m2ts.

The output from aplay -L is:
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dcerouter_1031272:/var/log/pluto# aplay -L
null
    Discard all samples (playback) or generate zero samples (capture)
front:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    Front speakers
surround40:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    4.0 Surround output to Front and Rear speakers
surround41:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    4.1 Surround output to Front, Rear and Subwoofer speakers
surround50:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    5.0 Surround output to Front, Center and Rear speakers
surround51:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    5.1 Surround output to Front, Center, Rear and Subwoofer speakers
surround71:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Analog
    7.1 Surround output to Front, Center, Side, Rear and Woofer speakers
iec958:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, VT1708B Digital
    IEC958 (S/PDIF) Digital Audio Output
hdmi:CARD=NVidia,DEV=0
    HDA NVidia, NVIDIA HDMI
    HDMI Audio Output

And the xine log for tone of the file is:

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05      09/24/12 18:21:32.074           Xine_Player::CMD_Play_Media() ended for filename: /home/public/data/videos/Software Raid 5 [32]/Movies/The Avengers 2012 720p BRRip x264 DTS vice.mkv with stream 0x84eace0. <0xb6d9cb70>                                                                                                                                                           
05      09/24/12 18:21:32.933           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:709 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 0 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:33.935           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:2002 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:34.969           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:2920 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:35.970           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:3921 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:36.973           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:4963 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
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05      09/24/12 18:21:41.985           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:9968 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:42.987           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:10969 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:43.988           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:11970 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:44.990           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:12971 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:45.992           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:13972 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:46.995           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:14973 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:47.997           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:15974 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:48.999           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:16975 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:50.001           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:17976 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:51.003           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:18977 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:52.005           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:19978 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:53.010           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:20938 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:54.012           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:22064 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:55.014           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:23065 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:56.016           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:23941 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:57.018           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:24983 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:58.023           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:25984 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:59.025           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:26985 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:59.866           Read media A/V information: [DTS 5.1]/[H.264/AVC (ffmpeg), 1280x720] => [dts 5]/[16:9] <0xb219db70>
05      09/24/12 18:21:59.867           Xine_Player::EVENT_Playback_Started(streamID=1002) <= AV info <0xb219db70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:00.027           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:27945 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:01.036           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:28987 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:02.039           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:29988 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:03.041           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:31073 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:04.046           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:31949 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:05.049           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:33033 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:06.051           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:33992 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:07.054           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:34993 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:08.058           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:35994 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:09.061           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:37079 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
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05      09/24/12 18:22:11.071           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:39081 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
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05      09/24/12 18:22:20.122           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:48090 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:21.125           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:49216 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:22.131           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:50133 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:23.137           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:51051 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:24.141           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:52219 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:25.145           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:53178 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:26.149           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:54221 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:27.157           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:55263 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:28.161           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:56139 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:29.164           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:57182 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:30.168           [ID: 1002]  CHAPTER:0 POS:58141 TITLE:0 SUBTITLE:-1 AUDIO:-1 TOTAL:8574965 (seek 0) t.c. ctr 1 freq 1, <0x2f9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:30.735           Xine_Player::CMD_Stop_Media() with corresponding stream id 1002 0x84eace0. <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:30.735           Xine_Stream::changePlaybackSpeed no running seekers found <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:30.969           Xine_Player::EVENT_Playback_Completed(streamID=1002) <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:30.983           XineStreamEventListener called on non-initialized stream - aborting command <0xb219db70>
05      09/24/12 18:22:31.001           Closed stream AV with ID=1002 <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.090           Xine_Player::CMD_Play_Media() called for id 1003 filename: /home/public/data/videos/Software Raid 5 [32]/Movies/Das Boot (1981).mkv () <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.091           Xine_Player::CMD_Play_Media() stopping PSS <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.611           Xine_Player::EVENT_Playback_Completed(streamID=1002) <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.611           XineStreamEventListener called on non-initialized stream - aborting command <0x3f8db70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.616           Destroyed stream with ID=1002 <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.638           Created new stream with ID=1003 deint 0  100 0 <0xb6d9cb70>
05      09/24/12 18:38:05.638           Xine_Player::CMD_Play_Media() set stream 1003 as last rendering to screen. <0xb6d9cb70>

Any hint?

BR

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yes... I have a hint...

I have no idea how to solve atm... I am trying very hard to unbreak avwizard with my latest changes, and just uploaded some changes which I believe will bring ALL chipsets stereo hdmi audio.


Of course... that isn't what you asked me.


The hint is... xine is working, mplayer isn't.
I never quit... I just ping out.