[vdr] VDR crash with DirectFB+softdevice in a Nova-t

Rose M linuxtvmaker at yahoo.es
Fri Jun 3 11:14:44 CEST 2005


 --- Stefan Lucke <stefan at lucke.in-berlin.de>
escribió:

> Quoting Rose M :
> 
> >
> >  --- Stefan Lucke <stefan at lucke.in-berlin.de>
> wrote:
> > >
> > > Can you set a reasonable resolution in your
> > > /etc/directfbrc ?
> > > Something like:
> > > mode  = 1280x1024
> >
> > Sorry, this /etc/directfbrc is a directfb
> generated
> > file?
> 
> No
> 
> > Cause I don't have it. May I create it?
> 
> Yes
> 

Ok, I've created directfbrc file and now I get this
configuration but the problem with crashes is not
solved :-(

There's the result:

[dfb] Enumeratig display Layers
Layer 0 FBDev Primary Layer  Type: graphics
  Caps: brightness contrast saturation surface
Layer 1 Matrox Backend Scaler  Type: graphics picture
video
  Caps: brightness contrast deinterlacing dst_colorkey
screen_location surface
[dfb] width = 1280, height = 1024
[dfb] got fmt = 0x00418c04 bpp = 32
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: (FBDev Primary Layer -
[768x576])
osdSurface::
 - videoonly
 - flipping
 (!!!)  *** WARNING [letting unprivileged
IDirectFBDisplayLayer::GetSurface() call pass until
cooperative level handling is finished] ***
[idirectfbdisplaylayer.c:159 in
IDirectFBDisplayLayer_GetSurface()]
videoSurface::
 - videoonly
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for Overlay
[dfb] Configuring ColorKeying
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for OSD
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: FBDev Primary Layer
[dfb] Using this layer for Video out: Matrox Backend
Scaler
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
[dfb] (re)configured 0x08100609
[softdevice] Video Out seems to be OK
[softdevice] Initializing Audio Out
[softdevice] Audio out seems to be OK
[softdevice] A/V devices initialized, now initializing
MPEG2 Decoder
cSoftDevice::MakePrimaryDevice
(!) [ 2949:    1.996] --> Caught signal 8 (at
0xb7a6f097, integer divide by zero) <--
(!) Fusion/Lock: invalid skirmish
(!) Fusion/Lock: invalid skirmish
(!) [ 2920:    2.035] --> Caught signal 11 (at 0x3c,
invalid address) <--
[softdevice] allocating picture buffer for resolution
720x576
[softdevice] pp-filter fd:a couldn't be initialized,
[softdevice] switching postprocessing off !
(!) Direct/Thread: Killing 'Fusion Dispatch' (2924)!
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
Floating point exception

Another result:

[dfb] Enumeratig display Layers
Layer 0 FBDev Primary Layer  Type: graphics
  Caps: brightness contrast saturation surface
Layer 1 Matrox Backend Scaler  Type: graphics picture
video
  Caps: brightness contrast deinterlacing dst_colorkey
screen_location surface
[dfb] width = 1280, height = 1024
[dfb] got fmt = 0x00418c04 bpp = 32
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: (FBDev Primary Layer -
[768x576])
osdSurface::
 - videoonly
 - flipping
 (!!!)  *** WARNING [letting unprivileged
IDirectFBDisplayLayer::GetSurface() call pass until
cooperative level handling is finished] ***
[idirectfbdisplaylayer.c:159 in
IDirectFBDisplayLayer_GetSurface()]
videoSurface::
 - videoonly
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for Overlay
[dfb] Configuring ColorKeying
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for OSD
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: FBDev Primary Layer
[dfb] Using this layer for Video out: Matrox Backend
Scaler
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
[dfb] (re)configured 0x08100609
[softdevice] Video Out seems to be OK
[softdevice] Initializing Audio Out
[softdevice] Audio out seems to be OK
[softdevice] A/V devices initialized, now initializing
MPEG2 Decoder
cSoftDevice::MakePrimaryDevice
[softdevice] allocating picture buffer for resolution
720x576
[softdevice] pp-filter fd:a couldn't be initialized,
[softdevice] switching postprocessing off !
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
[dfb] (re)configured 0x08100609
[softdevice] picture buffer released
concealing errors
Warning MVs not available
concealing errors
concealing errors
(!) [ 3121:    3.811] --> Caught signal 11 (at 0x40,
invalid address) <--
(!) [ 3096:    3.882] --> Caught signal 11 (at 0x3c,
invalid address) <--
(!) Direct/Thread: Killing 'Fusion Dispatch' (3100)!
Segmentation fault

Last result:

Layer 0 FBDev Primary Layer  Type: graphics
  Caps: brightness contrast saturation surface
Layer 1 Matrox Backend Scaler  Type: graphics picture
video
  Caps: brightness contrast deinterlacing dst_colorkey
screen_location surface
[dfb] width = 1280, height = 1024
[dfb] got fmt = 0x00418c04 bpp = 32
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: (FBDev Primary Layer -
[768x576])
osdSurface::
 - videoonly
 - flipping
 (!!!)  *** WARNING [letting unprivileged
IDirectFBDisplayLayer::GetSurface() call pass until
cooperative level handling is finished] ***
[idirectfbdisplaylayer.c:159 in
IDirectFBDisplayLayer_GetSurface()]
videoSurface::
 - videoonly
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for Overlay
[dfb] Configuring ColorKeying
[dfb] Configuring CooperativeLevel for OSD
[dfb] Using this layer for OSD: FBDev Primary Layer
[dfb] Using this layer for Video out: Matrox Backend
Scaler
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
[dfb] (re)configured 0x08100609
[softdevice] Video Out seems to be OK
[softdevice] Initializing Audio Out
[softdevice] Audio out seems to be OK
[softdevice] A/V devices initialized, now initializing
MPEG2 Decoder
cSoftDevice::MakePrimaryDevice
(!) [ 3290:    2.097] --> Caught signal 8 (at
0xb7a6f097, integer divide by zero) <--
(!) Fusion/Lock: invalid skirmish
(!) Fusion/Lock: invalid skirmish
(!) [ 3259:    2.138] --> Caught signal 11 (at 0x3c,
invalid address) <--
[softdevice] allocating picture buffer for resolution
720x576
[softdevice] pp-filter fd:a couldn't be initialized,
[softdevice] switching postprocessing off !
(!) Direct/Thread: Killing 'Fusion Dispatch' (3263)!
[dfb] (re)configuring Videolayer to 720 x 576
(720x576)
Floating point exception


What "[softdevice] pp-filter fd:a couldn't be
initialized" means? Could be good idea try to work
without fusion like Huillard suggested?

Thanks for all.


		
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