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RPi + Other Software Hyperbian + Hyperion ng + ezcap 269

Discussion in 'Software Support' started by Tyler983, 8 September 2020.

  1. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    and attached the complete dmesg
     

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  2. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    @TylersSavage Is there an option to install Hyperion.NG on your windows PC and test, if the Lighberry Box works in general with Hyperion.NG?

    It seems that you are using a new Rpi4B and there might be additional considerations and configurations to be taken care of, we (I) are not yet aware of.
     
  3. Tyler983

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    Well I'm just using the lightberry led system, the rest is all new (ezcap269 and rpi4). Anyway I also own a rpi3 if could be better to use...
     
  4. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    rpi3 may also be good. I just want ruling out that with rpi4 we get additional factors in, which are new.
    It is to ring-fence the area where the problem might reside....
     
  5. Tyler983

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    Guys, you are and where so gentle and kind. If you need an hep' to understand how hyperion ng act in the rpi4 ambient, i can wait and help you testing on my own with your indications
     
  6. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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  9. Tyler983

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    @Lord-Grey I start to study the article...

    Meanwhile I started a debug and it seems no error but continue to make it in loop:
    2020-09-16T20:37:53.223 hyperiond HYPERION : <DEBUG> PriorityMuxer.cpp:238:setInputImage() | Priority 250 is now active

    2020-09-16T20:37:58.683 hyperiond HYPERION : <DEBUG> PriorityMuxer.cpp:238:setInputImage() | Priority 250 is now inactive

    following the debug txt

    As I have understood from the article I should deactivate Bluetooth.
    is this the command? sudo systemctl disable hciuart
     

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  10. Tyler983

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    Trying to disable bluetooth...
    this is my rfkill list:
    [email protected]:~ $ rfkill list

    0: phy0: Wireless LAN

    Soft blocked: yes

    Hard blocked: no

    1: hci0: Bluetooth

    Soft blocked: yes

    Hard blocked: no

    I don't understand if it's disabled or not
     
  11. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Hi @Tyler983

    Sorry what is difficult in looking for ERROR messages in the log, like the one that clearly states the reason why the LEDs are off?

    2020-09-16T20:34:10.371 hyperiond LEDDEVICE : <ERROR> Device disabled, device 'adalight' signals error: 'Timeout writing data to ttyACM0'

    There is a problem writing data to the ttyACM0 device. If you resolve that issue your lights will work.

    (and that might save you and us some time guessing....)
     
  12. Tyler983

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    @Lord-Grey I know I'm bothering you and I'm so sorry about it.
    As I read around, many peoples didn't had problem with ezcap269 and started led just plugging in the usb. So decided to buy it too...

    I know, there's a problem with writing data to the ttyACM0 but I don't know how to solve it, because of it I opened this post.
    I hope to solve it as soon as possible cause I'm getting crazy, and I think also you because of your patience.
    Really thx for support
     
  13. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Fingers crossed that you get it sorted
    (and other might benefit too) :)
     
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  14. Tyler983

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  15. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    I would still suggest that you try hyperion.ng on rpi3 and/or Windows with your Lightberry Setup.
    Just to rule out that it is a general, but rpi4 specific problem. Key is getting to the root cause of the issue in a structured fashion.
     
  16. Tyler983

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    Sure, tomorrow I'll try with my rpi3 and I'll post here the result. Thx
     
  17. Tyler983

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    Still nothing, I transferred the sd to the rpi3 and still nothing happened, Still problems...
    If someone wants help me, following there's the dmesg I obtained.
    Thx a lot
     

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  18. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Do you have a hyperion debug log, too?
    Just to see, if the Error is the same?
     
  19. Tyler983

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    Here we are...
     

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  20. Awawa

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    <ERROR> Device disabled, device 'adalight' signals error: 'Invalid serial device name: [ttyUSB0]!'

    Correct that port setting (to ttyACM0) in configuration.
    And disable eventually that bluetooth, otherwise we go in circles without clue.
     
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