Raspbmc kernel with Fuschicai Easycap support is here!

Rather than a tutorial this is to highlight great achievement of Husam Hebaishi. He provided us with kernel that supports Fuschicai Easycap. What does it mean? You can now enjoy both newest raspbmc and video grabber simultaneously. Read after a break for links.

Fuschicai Easycap is a powerful device that paired with hyperion let’s you drive a Lightberry (or any compatible LED system :) ) from just about any source. How to get it? Simple:
1. Easy way – get a image with already installed kernel from here:
http://img.lightberry.eu/download/raspbmc_with_fushicai_lightberry_v3.zip.torrent
2. Less easy way – install it by yourself with Husam’s guide:
http://sourceforge.net/p/raspbmcusbtv/wiki/Installation/
This is a long shot but worth a try – let’s join Husam and make his module part of raspbmc. Sam Nazarko, if you are reading this please include this module into the next release of Raspbmc. Thank you for your work btw. :)

Remember, you must include this part of hyperion config to get v4l working along with xbmc correctly:

 

[Update 23-05-2014] System image has been updated. We have added Lighberry add-on to xbmc

Here is your raspberry pi ampilight system!
  • huball

    How to check if grabber works fine? With mplayer?
    I installed mplayer with command sudo apt-get -y install mplayer and after command mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop:

    pi@raspbmc:~$ mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop
    MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team
    mplayer: could not open config files /home/pi/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc
    mplayer: No such file or directory
    Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

    Playing tv://.
    TV file format detected.
    Selected driver: v4l2
    name: Video 4 Linux 2 input
    author: Martin Olschewski
    comment: first try, more to come ;-)
    Selected device: usbtv
    Capabilities: video capture read/write streaming
    supported norms: 0 = NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 = PAL-60;
    inputs: 0 = Composite;
    Current input: 0
    Current format: YUYV
    tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting default.
    Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!
    v4l2: ioctl request buffers failed: Device or resource busy
    v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    v4l2: 0 frames successfully processed, 0 frames dropped.

    Exiting… (End of file)
    pi@raspbmc:~$

  • RobW

    I’m also having trouble, after install. I have confirmed I have the correct easycap.

    Bus 001 Device 010: ID 1b71:3002

    I have confirmed I’m running the correct version of Raspbmc, I think.

    Linux raspbmc 3.10.37 #1 PREEMPT Sat Apr 26 17:27:05 BST 2014 armv6l GNU/Linux

    I have the easycap plugged in to a powered hub. The light is green. I have the easycap connected to a Mini hdmi2AV converter, currently set to NTSC. I tried PAL as well. I have the Mini connected via hdmi to a small kodak video camera, for testing purposes before I move everything to my TV to connect it to HDMI out on my receiver. I have a multi-lightpack hyperion setup. I have yet to add in the hyperion config changes since my issue is still with video capture not working.

    When I run
    mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop

    I get a myriad of different errors, depending on if I have the video camera and mini hdmi/av converter set to PAL or NTSC.

    With NTSC, I get this:

    root@raspbmc:~# mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0
    -hardframedrop

    MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C)
    2000-2012 MPlayer Team

    mplayer: could not open config files /root/.lircrc and
    /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc

    mplayer: No such file or directory

    Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

    Playing tv://.

    TV file format detected.

    Selected driver: v4l2

    name: Video 4 Linux 2
    input

    author: Martin
    Olschewski

    comment: first try,
    more to come ;-)

    Selected device: usbtv

    Capabilities: video capture
    read/write streaming

    supported norms: 0 =
    NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 =
    PAL-60;

    inputs: 0 =
    Composite;

    Current input: 0

    Current format: YUYV

    tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting
    default.

    Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!

    v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for
    device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for
    device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for
    device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for
    device

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

    MPlayer interrupted by signal 2 in module: preinit_libvo

    SDL SetVideoMode failed: OpenGL not available

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    VO XOverlay need a subdriver

    [VO_SDL] Using driver: fbcon.

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    ==========================================================================

    Opening video decoder: [raw] RAW Uncompressed Video

    Movie-Aspect is undefined – no prescaling applied.

    VO: [sdl] 720×576 => 720×576 Packed YUY2

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

    v4l2: select timeout

  • RobW

    with PAL, I get this

    login as: root
    root@192.168.1.106‘s password:

    The programs included with the Debian GNU/Linux system are free software;
    the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
    individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.

    Debian GNU/Linux comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent
    permitted by applicable law.
    root@raspbmc:~# mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop
    MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team
    mplayer: could not open config files /root/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc
    mplayer: No such file or directory
    Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

    Playing tv://.
    TV file format detected.
    Selected driver: v4l2
    name: Video 4 Linux 2 input
    author: Martin Olschewski
    comment: first try, more to come ;-)
    Selected device: usbtv
    Capabilities: video capture read/write streaming
    supported norms: 0 = NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 = PAL-60;
    inputs: 0 = Composite;
    Current input: 0
    Current format: YUYV
    tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting default.
    Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!
    v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!
    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

  • ToeKnee

    Is anyone sharing the lightberryv2.zip.torrent? I got about half of it and then there’s been nothing the last couple of days. Is there another source to d/l it?

    • Jacek

      Just remove .torrent suffix from the torrent link :)

      • ToeKnee

        It worked out of the box! I used the java app hypercon to do the work of giving me the configuration for the number of my LED’s and their arrangement and just cut and pasted that into your config. I’d been using a standalone version of raspbmc w/ hyperion for a while, but wanted to be able to use it with my other video sources. I bought a couple of the usb capture sticks (luckily one was the Fushicai!). After trying to find the right kernel and hours of forum reading I was never able to get it to capture anything so I bought an stk1160 capture stick. I finally got some video from that one, but it had terrible lag and I couldn’t seem to get the right command line startup. A giant thank you to you and your fellow contributors for your work and sharing it!

  • Tom Doetsch

    would an openelec version be possible?

  • kai

    hey..
    i have some troubles connecting to hyperion with this image.
    what are the steps i have to to do after installing the image?
    hyperion is already installed correctly or? otherwise there wouldn’t be config file i guess

  • Luigii

    Hello,

    i use this command to start the grabber, is it correct?:

    hyperion-v4l2 –crop-height 1 –crop-width 10 –size-decimator 8 –frame-decimator 2 –skip-reply –signal-threshold 0.08

  • Phear

    Does this work without a powered USB-Hub?

    • Jacek

      it should… especially if you have good rpi power adapter

      • Phear

        Thanks. I use 5V 10A Meanwell Power Supply for LEDs and Pi. Can’t get RaspBMC working with STK1160, so i guess, i’ll order Fushicai now :)

  • Alomamabobo

    Work out of the box with the Work out of the box with the v3 image.
    Documentation seem a bit confusing at first look: talking about boblight that we dont use.
    Now I have to tweak a bit with black borders on PS3 Blu Ray (seems to be setup on grabber) :)
    Anyway..nice job Jacek ;)

  • Phear

    I can’t get it working. I used latest RaspBMC and did everything as Husam’s guide says. Grabber does show up, so does the right kernel. I added the grabber-v4l2 to the config… Lightberry still shows the XBMC colors… what am i doing wrong?

  • Dimitri

    Hi everybody, I buy a video grabber on lightberry.eu, I use raspbmc (I follow the link), I modified the hyperion.confid.json with the code for the v4l. I install mplayer and when I start mplayer, I’ve got this:pi@raspbmc:~$ mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop

    MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team

    mplayer: could not open config files /home/pi/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc

    mplayer: No such file or directory

    Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

    Playing tv://.

    TV file format detected.

    Selected driver: v4l2

    name: Video 4 Linux 2 input

    author: Martin Olschewski

    comment: first try, more to come ;-)

    Selected device: usbtv

    Capabilities: video capture read/write streaming

    supported norms: 0 = NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 = PAL-60;

    inputs: 0 = Composite;

    Current input: 0

    Current format: YUYV

    tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting default.

    Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!

    v4l2: ioctl request buffers failed: Device or resource busy

    v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: 0 frames successfully processed, 0 frames dropped.

    Exiting… (End of file)

    The grabber is visible in the lsusb… other people seem to have the same problem… have you got a solution? (lightberry works well when I use the raspberry to play video…)

    • Jacek

      Could you share grabber-v4l2 section of the config file? Have you tried config files from our site? Please keep in mind that when you run hyperion with grabber section defined you will not be able to run mplayer separately as grabber is already in use by hyperion in such case

      • Dimitri

        thanks for your answer Jacek!

        Here my grabber-v4l2 section (it’s just copy/paste from the code in the tuto)

        “grabber-v4l2” :

        {

        “device” : “/dev/video0”,

        “input” : 0,

        “standard” : “PAL”,

        “width” : 300,

        “height” : 200,

        “frameDecimation” : 2,

        “sizeDecimation” : 8,

        “priority” : 1100,

        “mode” : “2D”,

        “cropLeft” : 5,

        “cropRight” : 5,

        “cropTop” : 5,

        “cropBottom” : 5,

        “redSignalThreshold” : 0.1,

        “greenSignalThreshold” : 0.1,

        “blueSignalThreshold” : 0.1

        },

        I try to remove this section to run MPlayer but I ‘ve got new errors:

        root@raspbmc:~# mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop

        MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team

        mplayer: could not open config files /root/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc

        mplayer: No such file or directory

        Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

        Playing tv://.

        TV file format detected.

        Selected driver: v4l2

        name: Video 4 Linux 2 input

        author: Martin Olschewski

        comment: first try, more to come ;-)

        Selected device: usbtv

        Capabilities: video capture read/write streaming

        supported norms: 0 = NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 = PAL-60;

        inputs: 0 = Composite;

        Current input: 0

        Current format: YUYV

        tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting default.

        Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!

        v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

        v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

        v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

        v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

        v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

        vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

        vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

        SDL SetVideoMode failed: OpenGL not available

        MPlayer interrupted by signal 11 in module: preinit_libvo

        – MPlayer crashed by bad usage of CPU/FPU/RAM.

        Recompile MPlayer with –enable-debug and make a ‘gdb’ backtrace and

        disassembly. Details in DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports_what.html#bugreports_crash.

        – MPlayer crashed. This shouldn’t happen.

        It can be a bug in the MPlayer code _or_ in your drivers _or_ in your

        gcc version. If you think it’s MPlayer’s fault, please read

        DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports.html and follow the instructions there. We can’t and

        won’t help unless you provide this information when reporting a possible bug.

        [ This binary of MPlayer in Debian is currently compiled with

        ‘–enable-debug’; the debugging symbols are in the package

        ‘mplayer-dbg’.]

        • Jacek

          Can you try:
          mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0:norm=PAL -hardframedrop
          or
          mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0:norm=PAL-M -hardframedrop
          or
          mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0:norm=5 -hardframedrop

          • Dimitri

            I try these but no one works… other suggestion?

          • Jacek

            Are you sure that you provide PAL video to a grabber?

          • Dimitri

            I take video from my scart on TV, i don’t know if it’s pal or other… I’m in France.

          • Jacek

            So that should be PAL.. I ran out of ideas…

          • Jacek

            Are you aware that scart will provide video only if internal TV tuner is used? Will not provide video when external input like hdmi is used.

    • Alex

      Hi,
      Do you have any solution yet? I think, I have the same problem.

      mplayer: could not open config files /home/pi/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc

      mplayer: No such file or directory

      Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

  • Fred

    Hi Everybody,

    First I used the image v3 and everything is working with different HDMI source. Thank you for this.

    But i have a small problem, the config included on this image is for a 14×8 lightberry and i use it in 15×8 but I don’t know how to change it. (then the last 2 led are off)

    My config file is ready but i don’t know which file I need to change on raspbmc.

    I know on open elec the config file is on the folder configs and we have just to replace it.

    I was in the pi folder with the explorer and there are the folowing folder:

    – hyp.bak
    – hyperion.config.json NOT WORKING
    – hyperion.config.json.json14x8
    – i.sh
    – install_hyperion.sh
    – script.service.lightberry-config-downloader-1.0.1.zip

    – tv.sh

    An idea please?

    • Fred

      I found the command, if somebody got the same problem than me, use the following commands:

      sudo cp my_config.json /etc/hyperion.config.json
      initctl restart hyperion

  • Alex

    Hi
    Is it possible to watch films from the raspbmc-mediacenter with hyperion AND from external hdmi source, also with hyperion? or is this image only for external sources? Can i switch between external hdmi and internal mediacenter?
    Thanks

    • Jacek

      Both options will work. External sources lights will work after booting pi. When you play movie from pi, lights will automatically switch to the movie

      • Alex

        Thank you for the fast reply.
        Lights with movies from Pi work. But not, when I play games on my PC (HDMI-Splitter-Converter-USB). /dev/video0 exists. How can I open it, to check if, the grapper works properly? Already tried to make a screenshot, but it says, “device busy”. Do I have to stop it first?
        Sorry, I’m new to Unix/Raspberry

        Thank you, for your help

        • Jacek

          Can you check, if grabber’s cvbs (video) output is working properly? (just connect it to tv composite input). PLease also check both settings of hdmi2av converter (pal/ntsc)

          • Alex

            I just connected the grabber with my pc, video is comming through. Converter is set to PAL

          • Jacek

            Are you using one of our preconfigured images? Have you tried switching to NTSC?

  • Greg

    Hi I just bought lightberry HDMI premium set. I think my USB capture stick is defective. See below. I’m running the v3 OS and no lights are turning on. Additionally, if the USB stick isn’t in a certain position the light turns off. Any help?

    root@raspbmc:/home/pi# mplayer tv:// -tv device=/dev/video0 -hardframedrop

    MPlayer svn r34540 (Debian), built with gcc-4.6 (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer Team

    mplayer: could not open config files /root/.lircrc and /etc/lirc/lirc/lircrc

    mplayer: No such file or directory

    Failed to read LIRC config file ~/.lircrc.

    Playing tv://.

    TV file format detected.

    Selected driver: v4l2

    name: Video 4 Linux 2 input

    author: Martin Olschewski

    comment: first try, more to come ;-)

    Selected device: usbtv

    Capabilities: video capture read/write streaming

    supported norms: 0 = NTSC; 1 = NTSC-M; 2 = NTSC-M-JP; 3 = NTSC-M-KR; 4 = NTSC-443; 5 = PAL-M; 6 = PAL-60;

    inputs: 0 = Composite;

    Current input: 0

    Current format: YUYV

    tv.c: norm_from_string(pal): Bogus norm parameter, setting default.

    Selected input hasn’t got a tuner!

    v4l2: ioctl set mute failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    v4l2: ioctl query control failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    vo: couldn’t open the X11 display ()!

    SDL SetVideoMode failed: OpenGL not available

    MPlayer interrupted by signal 11 in module: preinit_libvo

    – MPlayer crashed by bad usage of CPU/FPU/RAM.

    Recompile MPlayer with –enable-debug and make a ‘gdb’ backtrace and

    disassembly. Details in DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports_what.html#bugreports_crash.

    – MPlayer crashed. This shouldn’t happen.

    It can be a bug in the MPlayer code _or_ in your drivers _or_ in your

    gcc version. If you think it’s MPlayer’s fault, please read

    DOCS/HTML/en/bugreports.html and follow the instructions there. We can’t and

    won’t help unless you provide this information when reporting a possible bug.

    [ This binary of MPlayer in Debian is currently compiled with

    ‘–enable-debug’; the debugging symbols are in the package

    ‘mplayer-dbg’.]

  • Olipax

    Hi,

    I am trying to configure this with a lightberry kit. A friend who has been successful with the same configuration has helped me, so the set up should be ok. Everything seems fine until I am supposed to start the system using the play function on my TV using the CEC protocol. Nothing happen and the lights remains off.

    Although my old Sony TV is CEC compatible and the option activated, I am not sure this version was doing more than on/off.

    Therefore I have tried to connect on the Raspberry and type the following command. All lights are turning blue for a short moment and then remain off. There is a timeout message.

    Is that the right command to start the system without using the remote control of a CEC TV?
    Here what I get :

    >pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo /opt/hyperion/bin/hyperion-v4l2 –size-decimator 8
    –frame-decimator 2 –skip-reply –signal-threshold 0.08
    > V4L2 width=720 height=576
    >Connecting to Hyperion: 127.0.0.1:19445
    >Connected to Hyperion host
    > Signal state = on
    > select timeout error

    Thks for your help
    Olipax

    • Jacek

      Command looks ok.
      From the error message it looks like you are either not providing video signal to the grabber OR it is I a wrong format (pal/ntsc)

      • Olipax

        Strange. Signal is pal in France. Will look again to make sure that video signal is there after the switch ant try when my friend will be back, to switch the grabber with his own.
        Thks for the directions.
        Olipax

  • Ryan

    Hello, I installed the image above “raspbmc_with_fushicai_lightberry_v3.zip.torrent”
    however when I turn everything on, the lights consistently blink on and
    off very quickly. The lights display the correct colors but they will
    not stop flashing no matter what I try.

    Any thoughts? =)

    • Jacek

      Could you share a video?

      • Ryan
        • Jacek

          Are you sure you connected 4A adapter to the leds/converter and not to the HDMI hardware?

          • Ryan

            I just double checked – I have it correctly with the 4A adapter to the lights.

          • Ryan

            So after all the troubleshooting I’ve done I may have just found the cause:

            I just bypassed my nice powered USB hub (even though RPI was the only thing connected) to connect the RPI power directly into my Samsung phone charger and my light flickering issue has gone away! (at least so far haha)

          • Jacek

            Wow.. Nice… That is quite unexpected solution :)

  • stadros83 .

    Hello,

    For me it’s working if I’m looking a movie with XBMC, but if I power on an external video source by default it’s not working.

    I need to enter this in a shell :

    sudo /opt/hyperion/bin/hyperion-v4l2 –size-decimator 8 –frame-decimator 2 –skip-reply –signal-threshold 0.08

    And like that it’s working.
    Is it normal ?

    • stadros83 .

      And another question : how can I disable XMBC boot ? I want to start with the shell.

    • stadros83 .

      Well I finally used this image :

      http://raspberry-at-home.com/files/grabber_image.zip.torrent

      Way better, because I don’t need XBMC.

      • Joe Akins

        are you running NTSC? Did you have to paste the above code into the Hyperion.config.json file? Any details would be appreciated, I am in the same boat (im running everything through AV Reciever to my television, i have a working ambilight using stk1160 but the black bar detection isnt working)

        • stadros83 .

          PAL and Fushicai.
          And nope, I didn’t paste anything as I don’t use XBMC.
          I just created the json file with HyperCon.

          And launch the shell command I wrote just before.

          • Joe Akins

            Is your black bar detection working?

          • stadros83 .

            I would say “almost” for now.
            I would maybe need to adjust the borders detection.

          • Joe Akins

            hm… maybe ill give it a shot tomorrow. I have both the fushicai grabber and the stk1160, but I have only been able to get the stk1160 to work and the black bar detection isnt working. It really sucks because ive got 33 LEDS on top/bottom and 22 on each side, and it looks absolutely fantastic when all of them are working. Thanks for the reply, im assuming your writing a script for bootup that executes that shell command?

          • stadros83 .

            I just put the command into the rc.local file.

            If you want to “hide” the black borders you need to specify in the json configuration file the “treshold” :

            “blackborderdetector” :
            {
            “enable” : true,
            “threshold” : 0.1
            },

            For example 0.1 is for 10 in HyperCon. You can try between 10 and 14 but I think 10 is ok. Just give a try.

          • Joe Akins

            with my other build the black border detection wouldnt work regardless if I put it up to 20. I installed the image you used above,, edited my rc.local with your command, hyperion fires up but all i get is green lights on some of my led’s. I am assuming it is because I am not forcing my grabber to NTSC, and to be completely honest im not sure how :) any help would be appreciated. Also what resolution should the grabber be set at in the hyperion.config.json file? thanks in advance!

          • stadros83 .

            Honestly I don’t know, I’m trying also different parameters in the json file and it’s not “perfect” now.

          • Joe Akins

            tried this with my converter set to pal and it fired up with black bar detection. gotta tweak some stuff (colors are way over saturated)… but seems to be working fine

            had any luck tweaking your setup? thanks btw :)

          • stadros83 .

            My setup is not yet perfect (a little bit too fast).
            I still need to fix it ;).

          • loganw0363

            How do i change your image to NTSC

  • NoOneAtHome

    Does anyone know where else the images are at? No one is currently seeding the torrents.

    • Jacek

      Just remove .torrent extension ;)

  • Jep

    wrong place to comment..

  • poumpoumk

    Hi !

    I’ve just ordered a lightberry with an HDMI kit.

    Yesterday I’ve installed the last raspbmc on my Raspberry Pi B+. After that, I’ve followed Husam’s guide (get the kernel, copy the kernel.img, the /lib/* and add modules in /etc/modules). After the reboot, xbmc is launched (I can see it on my TV) but my usb keyboard doesn’t work anymore and I can’t connect through ssh because the network doesn’t seem to work either.

    When I copied the /lib/* I choose to overwrite the existing files. I don’t think that’s the problem…

    Thanks for your help.

    • Jacek

      Hi,

      I don’t think that stk1160 will work on B+ currently. You need to use old Raspbian on model B or A for that,.

      • poumpoumk

        Thanks for your answer !

        That’s strange I thought that the B+ had the same(motherboard, proc, memory) except with minor differences (2 more usb port, micro SD instead of SD)…

        Which EasyCap model comes with the LightBerry HDMI Kit : UTV007 or STK1160 ?

  • http://www.apartment17.com apartment17

    Will this image work with a Raspberry Pi 2 b?

    • Pedro Aguaviva

      I try to use this image for RPI 2 and I had a strange problem, the network does not works. The ethernet connector lights will not turn on and obviously I can not access by ssh.

  • William Joseph Hancock III

    why am i not able to download the image file that is compatible with the fushicai? it seems that the image file torrent isnt there anymore

    • Jacek

      I did some cleanup recently and accidentally removed the file. I have re-uploaded it. You can download directly by removing .torrent extension..