[LINUX] HOW-TO use VAAPI HW Acceleration on AMD Zacate (Fusion) platform - Printable Version
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- de-wolff - 2011-08-05 19:21
I tried to follow it starting with a empty harddisk.
I am missing 3 things:
1) somewhere before building libbluray a "sudo apt-get install libtool" has to be done
2) somewhere before building xbmc a "sudo apt-get install autopoint" has to be done
3) I can't get libcrystalhd-dev. I tried to add several xbmc repos, but that didn't change the problem
- SplishSplash - 2011-08-06 06:41
So I was hoping to just use the pre-compiled version here:
But it fails to install saying that it can't load installer components from the CD. Any ideas on that?
- wsnipex - 2011-08-06 10:00
do you actually have a crystalhd card? if not just disable it.
- chessplayer - 2011-08-06 18:24
sraue Wrote:OpenELEC has initial TV support in our normal images, also there are experimental images with XBMC's PVR branch.
could you post a link to the experimental images as well please? At least the AMD Fusion image from the link in your post #415 above (which is probably what most people in this thread are interested in) does not have PVR built in (and it sports the old vertical confluence skin; personally I prefer the new horizontal one )
And thanks for the OpenELEC efforts. That is definitely a very interesting project.
- zbox_ad02 - 2011-08-07 03:12
SplishSplash Wrote:So I was hoping to just use the pre-compiled version here:
Yeah, same here, wasn't able to fix it yet.
Some advises to zero the USB partitions first with command "dd", and some says press tab instead of enter to let the kernel try USB when it need content from CD.
Both suggestions didn't work though.
I guess it is something with unetbootin and xbmc_live_cd.
Tell me if you get it to work.
- wsnipex - 2011-08-07 10:33
you could try to remove to "install cd/usb" from apt sources. Furthermore you might have to enable universe and multiverse repositories, I don't remember if those are enabled by default on lucid.
- chrisk2305 - 2011-08-07 13:09
i'm trying to get vaapi running since a week, but no luck yet.
Before compiling xbmc and installing the dependencies i wanted to try out mplayer with vaapi patch, but i can't get it to work:
vainfo and fglrxinfo report fine. I also noticed that after installing xbmc compile depencies, vainfo reports an error, so i skipped the xbmc part in first place and wanted to try out mplayer before that.
I hope you can help! Thanks!
- wsnipex - 2011-08-07 15:01
you probably need libva-dev
- zbox_ad02 - 2011-08-07 15:15
chrisk2305 Wrote:Hi everybody,
have u tried to enable Backports and Proposed repositories in synaptic then run a full update for the system?
then see my previous posts to add a ppa to install xvba-va-driver.
from there install libva without errors and compile mplayer successfuly.
whats ur hardware and os?
- zbox_ad02 - 2011-08-07 15:20
wsnipex Wrote:you could try to remove to "install cd/usb" from apt sources. Furthermore you might have to enable universe and multiverse repositories, I don't remember if those are enabled by default on lucid.
thanks for the answer, but what do you mean by disabling Install Cd Usb?
i dont have x or shell access at that stage (boot up). so how to disable usb cd install?