No internet connection

  • Im also starting to think it might be a bad disk.

    The first command gave no output


    Please see output of the commands


  • Dmesg seems good.


    The next step is to start kodi with fresh profile.

    Code
    systemctl stop kodi
    mv /storage/.kodi /storage/.kodi.orig
    systemctl start kodi

    Do initial setup, install youtube addon and check if it works.


    Also what do you get by

    Code
    curl "http://ix.io"

    Gone...

  • Creating a new profile worked. I installed youtube and could run a search and play a video


    This is the output from the command


  • So you have messed up kodi's profile. Good that we identified issue. You will have to install addons and everything else again on new profile or switch back to old one and maybe only reinstall problematic addons.


    But still wondering why your paste command don't work...


    To switch back to old profile

    Code
    systemctl stop kodi
    mv /storage/.kodi /storage/.kodi.new
    mv /storage/.kodi.orig /storage/.kodi
    systemctl start kodi

    Gone...

  • So you have messed up kodi's profile. Good that we identified issue. You will have to install addons and everything else again on new profile or switch back to old one and maybe only reinstall problematic addons.


    But still wondering why your paste command don't work...


    To switch back to old profile

    Code
    systemctl stop kodi
    mv /storage/.kodi /storage/.kodi.new
    mv /storage/.kodi.orig /storage/.kodi
    systemctl start kodi

    Thank you so very much for the help I greatly appreciate it. I dont mind setting up a new profile but would like to just go back to the old one to screenshot some of my settings I had within my add ons.


    When Im back in my old profile, how would I switch back to the new one?


    Lastly, is there a way to get the ticks back of what I have watched and what I still need to watch?


    Again, thank you so so so much.

  • From old to new profile use

    Code
    systemctl stop kodi
    mv /storage/.kodi /storage/.kodi.orig
    mv /storage/.kodi.new /storage/.kodi
    systemctl start kodi

    I think you can see the pattern here :)

    Gone...