> Sorry to be picky, but can you clarify this? Does the box reset and go back
> to the bootloader? Or does mvpmc simply restart? If the box resets, I would
> guess you either have a hardware problem (remember the early mediamvp boxes
> had overheating issues?), or BtB's kernel module is causing a problem.
No problem... the mvpmc restarts. The box does not need to be reloaded.
> But then again, if the box resets only after playing ogg files, then BtB's
> module shouldn't even have been used, right?
> If mvpmc is simply restarting, then it's a bug in mvpmc (which wouldn't
> surprise me in the least :-).
Oh, ok... well, I best put aside some time and start looking then.child
Well, in the telnet session this line popped up when mvpmc restarted:
failed, with status 11, restarting...
If you think the console is worth looking at, I could arrange to capture
it's output as well...
> I would guess that my mediamvp has reset on me once or twice in the past
> six months.
But that is not as much as I am experiencing. I can reset the box
almost every time after playing one of my OGG files... wonder if I have
rip some funny OGG files..?
> file 01.The_Second_Task_\(01_of_10\).ogg
01.The_Second_Task_(01_of_10).ogg: Ogg data, Vorbis audio, stereo, 44100
Hz, >0 ~112001 <0 kbps
...looks ok to me.
> Oh, and if you think it is your build environment, try the latest development
> dongle.bin on the project download site. If that one behaves the same, at
> least you can rule something out (or you and I are both using broken tools).
That's a good idea!
I am loading up the mvpmc-20050227-bin.tar.gz file.
I've tried it twice and got it to restart the 2nd try... interesting, it
appears to always restart the 2nd time I play the OGG file. Yep, that's
3 times in a row. I play an OGG file, interrupt it by pressing the Back
button, re-enter the file system and play it again, interrupt it by
pressing the Back button - then move down one button from Filesystem to
Settings - then, the mpvmc restarts.