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- jmarshall - 2007-07-02 00:23
Not as yet.
I suggest that the above lines are actually moved to Settings.cpp (where the default loglevel is set for xbox) so that advancedsettings.xml can be used to override it.
As you know, the linux stuff is in development at the moment, thus the reason debug logging is enabled by default.
- yuvalt - 2007-07-02 00:57
perrier Wrote:Is there a build option/loglevel setting to disable the FreeMem display?
Not yet. Today I added support to configure the build to compile without debug information (by doing ./configure --disable-debug) but still the FreeMem remains. I'll get around that very soon.
- mappyman - 2007-07-03 03:42
Great work guys I got an XBox just for XBMC.
Anyway have you considered this mini-itx mobo as a reference for developing:
It would be great if one day I could replace my router as well and have XBMC in one box kinda of like OpenWRT but more powerful.
Such as having a PCI ADSL card it could function as an ADSL modem / router / media center and NAS enabling you to download straight on to hardrive and play movies from one box. I could get rid of my router and XBox and tidy my room finally
- seaweed - 2007-07-03 18:39
Got it up and running on my laptop now, but it seems when i try to play a media file via smb i get this error:
New file set audiostream 0
Segmentation Fault (Core dumped)
- jmarshall - 2007-07-03 21:45
Run it through gdb and see what you get.
- Nuka1195 - 2007-07-04 01:00
I'm having issues just running the program.
Results from running thru gdb.
Quote:Starting program: /home/nuka/XBMC/XboxMediaCenter /home/nuka/XBMC/XboxMediaCenter
Quote:18:56:38 T:2953509776 M: 7032832 DEBUG: host name = http://www.l.google.com
http://pastebin.ca/602210 <- full log
When I rename Splash.png -> splash.png it doesn't even get as far.
- d4rk - 2007-07-04 07:17
From the looks of this:
Quote:19:07:04 T:3072374560 M:184152064 ERROR: GLX Error: No compatible framebuffers found
it appears to be an issue creating a compatible opengl window.
What graphics card does the laptop have? If possible can you paste the output of 'glxinfo'. Also, in gdb, when it crashes, the command 'bt full' prints the current call stack, which is also useful for providing information about the function in which the crash occurred.
- Nuka1195 - 2007-07-04 14:36
It's an Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME (In windows). says i810 in linux.
It use to run this app. As you progress further is it likely that some hardware on the edge may no longer work? I have a pretty lame laptop.
http://pastebin.ca/602967 <- bt full
http://pastebin.ca/602969 <- glxinfo
- Nuka1195 - 2007-07-06 15:23
Was that info helpful?
- d4rk - 2007-07-09 23:20
Nuka1195, sorry for the delay in my response, was out of town.
From the glxinfo output, it appears that your video card does not support double-buffering and depth buffers at the bit depth that XBMC requests.
Unfortunately, currently there is no fallback to single buffered rendering or lower bit depths, so having a double buffer is a requirement. Since this is an AGP chipset, increasing the shared video memory in your BIOS might help the case.