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#1 2013-01-17 08:24:32

Dganic
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XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Good day, after the last update was falling at the start of XBMC, stood version of git, after the fall of the stable set repository fall did not stop.
CrashLog looks like this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1540514/
CrashLog c git version with debug: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1540603/
XBMC starts with the system:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Au … al_console

[htpc @ dga-htpc ~] $ cat / home / htpc / .xinitrc
exec / usr / bin / xbmc-standalone

[htpc @ dga-htpc ~] $ cat / home / htpc / .bash_profile
#
# ~ /. Bash_profile
#

[[-F ~ /. Bashrc]] &&. ~ /. bashrc
[[-Z $ DISPLAY && $ XDG_VTNR-eq 1]] && exec startx

Can the user that runs XBMC rights which was not enough? run as htpc.
Directory ~ /. Xbmc removed.

Last edited by Dganic (2013-01-17 08:47:06)

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#2 2013-01-17 09:54:54

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Arch or Ubuntu?  Hard to tell based on your inks.


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#3 2013-01-17 11:10:17

Dganic
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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Certainly Arch, which could make you think on Ubuntu? Links to pastebin ubuntu? There you crashLog read, everything is written.

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#4 2013-01-17 14:49:06

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Dganic wrote:

Can the user that runs XBMC rights which was not enough? run as htpc.
Directory ~ /. Xbmc removed.

I'm having a problem with xbmc-beta on my x86 systerm (in a VM) because libcdio has been updated.

[kurosawa ~]$ xbmc
/usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libcdio.so.13: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[kurosawa ~]$ locate libcdio.so
/usr/lib/libcdio.so
/usr/lib/libcdio.so.14
/usr/lib/libcdio.so.14.0.0

There's no quick-and-nasty symbolic link fix, either.

I don't know how to roll back libcdio -- it depends on way too many things. Moving back to xbmc-11.0-14 works. My 64-bit HTPC is still running 11.0-14 and it works just fine. I don't know if this is what might be affecting your setup.

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#5 2013-01-17 19:56:34

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

I suspect that you simply need to rebuild the package.


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#6 2013-01-17 19:58:15

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Dganic wrote:

Certainly Arch, which could make you think on Ubuntu? Links to pastebin ubuntu?

Yes.

Antoine wrote:

I'm having a problem with xbmc-beta on my x86 systerm (in a VM) because libcdio has been updated.

[kurosawa ~]$ xbmc
/usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libcdio.so.13: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[kurosawa ~]$ locate libcdio.so
/usr/lib/libcdio.so
/usr/lib/libcdio.so.14
/usr/lib/libcdio.so.14.0.0

I suspect that you simply need to rebuild the package.


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#7 2013-01-18 15:11:07

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

graysky wrote:

I suspect that you simply need to rebuild the package.

Yeah, that did it. Although, I had to download the newest tarball and fix the borked dependencies, but it came back to life; it even plays nice with polkit now.

I'm a bit of a lazy sod -- I like Arch because Someone Else Has Done All the Work.

Thanks.

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#8 2013-01-18 23:42:06

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Antoine wrote:

Yeah, that did it. Although, I had to download the newest tarball and fix the borked dependencies, but it came back to life

What borked dependencies?  Are you referring to the xbmc-beta package?


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#9 2013-01-20 13:56:11

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

graysky wrote:

What borked dependencies?  Are you referring to the xbmc-beta package?

Xbmc-beta (Frodo RC3, I guess) from the AUR. LIbcec-git needed to be installed manually,  which then required that lockdev-fpic be installed. It's not a big deal -- I had non-AUR versions in place and I had to agree to their removal. It's all good.

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#10 2013-01-20 14:12:13

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

Antoine wrote:

Xbmc-beta (Frodo RC3, I guess) from the AUR. LIbcec-git needed to be installed manually,  which then required that lockdev-fpic be installed. It's not a big deal -- I had non-AUR versions in place and I had to agree to their removal. It's all good.

1) These are not 'borked' at all.
2) If you do not have a need for libcec do this before you compile:

% sed -e "s/ 'libcec-git'//" -e 's/enable-libcec/disable-libcec'/ PKGBUILD

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#11 2013-01-21 17:29:41

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Re: XBMC crashes on startup, after recent updates

graysky wrote:
Antoine wrote:

Xbmc-beta (Frodo RC3, I guess) from the AUR. LIbcec-git needed to be installed manually,  which then required that lockdev-fpic be installed. It's not a big deal -- I had non-AUR versions in place and I had to agree to their removal. It's all good.

1) These are not 'borked' at all.
2) If you do not have a need for libcec do this before you compile:

% sed -e "s/ 'libcec-git'//" -e 's/enable-libcec/disable-libcec'/ PKGBUILD

Sorry, I didn't realize it was your package -- I wasn't trying to be mean or insulting. They were "borked" at my end, and it was my responsibility to fix them. I have libcec because I use a NYXBoard controller, and I wanted to mess around with it.

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