[LINUX] Sony PlayStation 3 Blu-ray Disc Remote (PS3 BD) + LIRC + XBMC = SUCCESS - Printable Version
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- akex - 2009-10-12 23:16
Still the same. I install this one (from ur website) bluez-patched_4.54-1_i386.deb
- Hexus - 2009-10-13 02:39
flxfxp Wrote:Ok, here is a new installation procedure that uses 4.54 by ruff with his powersave and keymap patches. I edited most of the keys maps to have them working in xbmc without lirc. The only downside is that it has to build from source, which requires the entire toolbox plus time to compile.
flxfxp, what additional packages are needed for this procedure to start to work? I'm trying to install it on XBMCLive and constantly getting this error:
minimyth - logistiker - 2009-10-13 06:35
For those of you who would like a different solution from xbmc, I submitted Ruff's patches to minimyth and they were committed the same day. Wow that's fast!
Thanks again Ruff.
Hey Ruff, why the hell are the bluez maintainers taking so long to integrate your patches? You would think that they would at least integrate the battery patch.
- flxfxp - 2009-10-13 13:22
Hexus Wrote:flxfxp, what additional packages are needed for this procedure to start to work? I'm trying to install it on XBMCLive and constantly getting this error:
Its just a problem with the tar, no big deal.
- flxfxp - 2009-10-13 13:23
akex Wrote:Still the same. I install this one (from ur website) bluez-patched_4.54-1_i386.deb
No idea, I'm not a bluez dev. I merely created a deb out of the patched binary files. Maybe other can help?
- Hexus - 2009-10-13 23:03
- adrian - 2009-10-14 22:03
Hey flxfxp I was stoked to try your deb since I had problems compiling my own but I'm running 64bit I don't supposed you've compiled a 64 bit version, have you? Is your patched source code available? maybe I'll have another go at compiling.
- flxfxp - 2009-10-14 22:12
you can find it at http://flx.me/script/bluez-patched-4.54.tar.gz. It holds a custom made tool called build-dep. If you do build-dep buildenv it will install everything needed to create a deb. If you do build-dep create, it will create a deb geared towards your system. You can also manually configure, make and make install ofcourse
- Hexus - 2009-10-14 23:47
dc2447 Wrote:I made sure uinput was loaded, started bluetooth and ran the script to pair
Dave, did you get thru this?
- dizzey - 2009-10-15 01:36
Ok i have tried bluez-patched-4.54 booth the precompield and then later compiling it myself. And it dosent work for me, the problem i get is from dmesg.
[43349.056745] bluetoothd: segfault at 656e6547 ip b7e69bcb sp bf96c3e0 error 4 in libglib-2.0.so.0.2000.1[b7e11000+b6000]
[43392.668026] bluetoothd: segfault at 504648 ip b7f0fbcb sp bf913e20 error 4 in libglib-2.0.so.0.2000.1[b7eb7000+b6000]
I am running ubuntu 9.04 first i thougth that my packages was outdated and did a full system uppgrade and then i tried to reinstall bluz-patched but still the same results.
Then i thougth that mabye my bluetooth dongle was not playing nice so i tried anotherone but still the same reults. Any clues on this one could it be appamor or similiar.
You other guys that cant get this to work please check dmesg and check if bluettothd segfaults for you to.