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

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    Hola, soy nuevo por aquí. Tengo una pregunta.
    ¿En este dispositivo puedo instalar libreelec?
    Thanks in advance. a greeting
  • I just did a clean build for H6 (OrangePi 3, I don't have One+) and it works, except 4k H264, which I will look into later. Not sure what could be wrong, since only U-Boot and DT differ between these two and DTs are almost the same.

    Thanks, OPi-3 build (2019-07-13) works OK* on OPi One+ with dtb replaced (U-boot intact)

    *576 streams don't show the video with OK sound.

  • Hi, I have one question: Is it possible to create a tar update file from img.gz image? Or another way?

    Thanks for your work.

  • I have tried latest build LibreELEC-H3.arm-9.80-nightly-20190718-0b82779-orangepi-pc.img for OPI PC, seems not working USB gamepad.

    Tested with SNES gamepad. Can not assign any button.

    Yes , system reported as Linux 5.2.0, so new kernel.

    Well, i have a same trouble. Sega, nes and ps1-ps2 usb gamepads not working. I wan't use ROPi's images, like this Libreelec.

    ps I have Raspberry 2 and same version Kodi and usb gamepads work by default.

    Do you have any luck with latest build?

  • Hey, guys!

    Has anyone installed Plex Media Server on LibreELEC? Is that even possible?

    Board: Orange PI 3 H6 Quad-core 64-bit 1.8GHZ ARM Cortex-A53


  • which driver would be needed for that? I mean exact kernel config line.

    Unfortunately I can't definitely say. Sorry.

    This is my devices list:

    In console I can get response from gamepad via simple cat /dev/input/by-id/usb-0810_usb_gamepad-event-joystick:

    I googled on this subject and maybe it is joydev module we are looking for?

    LibreELEC:~ # modprobe usbhid
    LibreELEC:~ # modprobe joydev
    modprobe: FATAL: Module joydev not found in directory /lib/modules/5.2.0

    I'm far from an expert in the Linux kernel, sorry again.

  • I can't connect Panasonic TV via HDMI-CEC (Viera Link).

    Board: Orange Pi Plus

    LibreElec: 20190718

    Where i should search a problem?