Nightly images for A64, H3, H5, H6 and R40 boards

  • The passthrough audio configuration options have failed to appear after the upgrade. Is there a reason not to exist anymore? still work?

  • With the last version of Orange Pi Pc H3,i have a problem with web interface of tvheadend.If i try to connect with ftp,it's all ok,but with broser,ip:9981,it's dead

  • I only want a ALL WORKING image of LibreELEC for my Orange Pi Lite 2. I buyed a week ago and cannot make it work. Wifi and Bluetooth doesnt work :(


    StaticallyLinked, y see in your sign thay you work whit the same board... Cau you provide me with your same working img? Or at least make me know what to do?


    Thanks in advance ;)

  • I only want a ALL WORKING image of LibreELEC for my Orange Pi Lite 2. I buyed a week ago and cannot make it work. Wifi and Bluetooth doesnt work

    Currently WIFI can't be configured due to upgrade to Python 3.8... I imagine bluetooth has same issue.

  • Currently WIFI can't be configured due to upgrade to Python 3.8... I imagine bluetooth has same issue.

    So there´s some older version with working Python 3.7? And with that working Wifi and BT? :/

  • So there´s some older version with working Python 3.7? And with that working Wifi and BT? :/

    Of course, you can compile your own image based on the commits before the change (I made instructions that can be found on page 71). But if you don't want to go through that trouble I compiled an image based on upstream before Python was upgraded to 3.8. After installing that version and configuring your network you can also install the latest nightly using the upgrade images, network settings will be preseved but you won't be able to change it (I think), I don't know if the same applies to Bluetooth since I don't use it.


    My image: https://mega.nz/file/3sVmSTIQ#…pqZNi1frJWLVpzHc5LTBftLao


    Digital signature of the image (sha256): hastebin

  • Of course, you can compile your own image based on the commits before the change (I made instructions that can be found on page 71). But if you don't want to go through that trouble I compiled an image based on upstream before Python was upgraded to 3.8. After installing that version and configuring your network you can also install the latest nightly using the upgrade images, network settings will be preseved but you won't be able to change it (I think), I don't know if the same applies to Bluetooth since I don't use it.


    My image: https://mega.nz/file/3sVmSTIQ#…pqZNi1frJWLVpzHc5LTBftLao


    Digital signature of the image (sha256): hastebin

    Youre so kind!!! Thank you so much! Ill try to install and update and report if settings preserved and BT works ;)

  • Youre so kind!!! Thank you so much! Ill try to install and update and report if settings preserved and BT works ;)

    No problem! If you want to try to upgrade to the latest nightly after (cleanly) installing my image you can drop the latest nightly image for your board from test.libreelec.tv inside the "Update" folder in your board's Samba share as described here.

  • Can't get Pine64 to boot with any of the images, i've tried so far:


    Code
    LibreELEC-A64.arm-9.80-nightly-20191226-b814aab-pine64.img
    LibreELEC-A64.arm-9.80-nightly-20191226-b814aab-pine64-plus.img
    LibreELEC-A64.arm-9.80-nightly-20201027-b2ff85b-pine64.img
    LibreELEC-A64.arm-9.80-nightly-20201027-b2ff85b-pine64-plus.img



    and get the same error:


    Any help greatly appreciated.


    The board itself is fine as i was able to boot it using Armbian_20.08.1_Pine64_buster_current_5.8.5.img image without any problems.

  • Can't get Pine64 to boot with any of the images,

    Your board has 1 GiB of RAM, so you should use pine64-plus image. Only real difference is in network configuration.


    Anyway, I just tested LibreELEC-A64.arm-9.80-nightly-20201027-b2ff85b-pine64-plus.img.gz image and it works fine on my pine64 plus (2 GiB RAM) board.


    and get the same error:

    Unfortunately, these errors are a bit misleading. Driver gets re-loaded later and succeeds, so these errors are always visible, even when boot works fine.


    What you should do is to remove "quiet" and "console=tty1" from extlinux.conf file. That way you will get full output on serial.

  • What you should do is to remove "quiet" and "console=tty1" from extlinux.conf file. That way you will get full output on serial.

    That worked, thanks, i was able to boot now! :+1

  • That worked, thanks, i was able to boot now!

    Hm... That shouldn't really change anything, except, maybe, slow down boot just a bit. And update process will print data on serial instead on screen from now on (due to removal of "console=tty1").

  • well, it actually boots and i can access it though ssh using default login/password, but KODI UI is not working most of the times and is full of glitches.... Is there anything i can collect (logs/debug info) and provide to you that might help to solve this?


    Best regards

  • I tried clean install - it works until it tries to load LibreELEC addon for Kodi - then Kodi becomes glitchy and not usable


  • I just tested libreelec on the orange pi 3 and it is wonderful.

    The problem is that I have not managed to install a frontend or make the emulationstation work,

    retroarch or zack morris ...

    Could someone help me install it on the kodi ??

  • Hi


    I have just tried LibreELEC-H3.arm-9.80-nightly-20201031-cf5a710-orangepi-pc-plus on my orange pi pc plus, and it works great. Many thanks for the hard work.


    One thing I am missing however, and prevents me from drooping my old openelec setup, is the ability to use pin PA17 (available on pin 4 of camera connector) for spdif audio.


    Are there any plans to enable this in a future build (or maybe I can already activate this via a config file somewhere, as I did by modifying /boot/script.bin on my openelec build?)