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  • #120886
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    tboheeren
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    Hey all,

    Just did a fresh install of RetroPie 3.6 (in berryboot).
    Did a rebuild from binary, sudo apt-get update and updated the retro setup script. Paired my ps3 controller and copied 3 games (donkey kong for snes, tekken 3 for psx and mario64).
    All games keep on crashing after a minute or 5. The screen freezes and controllers or keyboard are not working.
    I tried different emulators but no change so far.
    I’m I the only one experiencing this?
    EDIT: I did the same thing with a clean sd card and standard img (no berryboot). The same thing happens.

    Br

    Tbo

    #120911
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    zerojay
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    Are you overclocked?

    #120943
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    tboheeren
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    No everything is standard

    #120946
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    tboheeren
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    I seem to have resolved the issue for now. I plugged in my bluetooth adapter I used on the rpi2. Then did a clean install without updates and connected the ps3 controller. Everything seems to run fine now.
    Possible that the native bluetooth adapter causes crashes?

    #120990
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    gamesfan
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    Weird, perhaps its a cooling issue.

    #121029
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    tboheeren
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    Well I hope I’m not the only one because that would imply my board is faulty. Could someone test the same thing?

    #121069
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    conifr
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    Hey Guys,

    Exact same issue with me. I thought for a while it was the power supply, but after going through multiple I tried using a different bluetooth adapter. That fixed my problem.

    I’d love to be able to get more information about what exactly is crashing the pi, but the logs are uninformative.

    I’m guessing that there is an incompatibility problem between the rpi 3’s bluetooth and the dual shock three controllers.

    It’s probably an upstream problem, but if i figure out a solution that works I’ll post here.

    #121092
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    bengus
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    Myself, and others are having this same issue with the same setup.

    Frequent random freezing with bluetooth controller connected – how do I go about debugging this? from RetroPie

    Hoping for a proper fix soon, until then I just went back to using my pi2.

    #121093
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    conifr
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    I managed to get some good logs! None the less, this looks like a driver issue – NOT a retropi one. I wonder where I go to report this…

    Mar 21 21:45:58 retropie kernel: [ 2372.052392] Bluetooth: hci0: Frame reassembly failed (-84)
    Mar 21 21:45:58 retropie kernel: [ 2372.052572] Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address ffffffc8
    Mar 21 21:45:58 retropie kernel: [ 2372.060430] pgd = 80004000
    Mar 21 21:45:58 retropie kernel: [ 2372.063467] [ffffffc8] *pgd=2effa821, *pte=00000000, *ppte=00000000

    Message from syslogd@retropie at Mar 21 21:45:58 …
    kernel:[ 2372.070115] Internal error: Oops: 17 [#1] SMP ARM

    #121096
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    petrockblog
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    #121097
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    conifr
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    Hey Buzz, are you implying that the latest kernel has a fix for this issue?

    #121098
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    conifr
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    Nevermind, Realised that you were telling me to report the issue. I’ll give that a go.

    #121814
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    tboheeren
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    Any news concerning the BT crash?

    #121818
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    dankcushions
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    it’s all on the link..

    https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/1360

    looks like we need someone to provide a full log of the issue

    #121835
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    gamesfan
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    Is there a way to enable this logging, I can reproduce these issues as well with my RPI3. I just dont know how to enable the logs or where to find them.

    #121843
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    dankcushions
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    /var/log/syslog ?

    #121844
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    gamesfan
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    is syslog the folder or name of the file?
    if not what is the file name, so I could export it when it happens.

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