[8.0.2e] LibreELEC 8.0 for S905/S905X

  • Solution/Update: From another LibreElec thread I learned to disable/change HDMI-CEC settings in Kodi by going to Settings > System > Input > Peripherals > CEC. Problem solved!
    - - - -
    Just installed 8.0.0b on a NexBox S905 1G/8G. Previously ran 7.0.3.12c through 12i. Upgraded to 7.95.beta6 and instantly onwards to 8.0.0b.


    I'm experiencing an automatic shutdown of Kodi after changing HDMI source away from my Kodi box (HDMI2) to Chromecast (HDMI1). Log file:

    • Feb 21 09:30:37 Kodi: 09:30:37.365 T:4119078928 NOTICE: OnSleep: Running sleep jobs
    • Feb 21 09:30:37 Kodi: 09:30:37.365 T:4119078928 NOTICE: OnSleep: Stopping lirc


    The shutdown behavior is unwanted. How do I disable this auto-shutdown?


    Clarification: Kodi and LE runs perfect when in use (in my case, on HDMI2). If there's no activity, while the TV stays on HDMI2, Kodi simply dims the display (as intended) - and all is well, ready to resume. But if switch to HDMI1 (my chromecast), Kodi/LE will power itself off after a short period of time with the following two log entries: 1) "Feb 21 10:53:30 Kodi: 10:53:30.505 T:4119967760 NOTICE: OnSleep: Running sleep jobs" and 2) "Feb 21 10:53:30 kodi 10:53:30.506 T:4119967760 NOTICE: OnSleep: Stopping lirc".

    Edited once, last by fxfxfx ().

  • The 64bit img for LibreELEC.tv-8.0.0a can be found at
    LE – Google Drive
    Together with two add-ons (which I use to watch and stream DVB-T2 Radio/TV)
    pvr.hts-3.4.18.1
    service.tvheadend42-8.1.109
    Works for me.
    Built from unmodified source.
    I will soon build 8.0.0b or perhaps wait for next release.

    player : Mini MX-G p200_2G & Inphic Spot i7 PRO p212 & Khadas VIM2 q200
    monitor : iiyama ProLite E2283HS
    speaker : UE Boom 2
    dvb-t : PCTV microStick (79e)
    firmware : android | LE 64bit | balbes 3in1 | gentoo

    Edited once, last by Nofan Tasi ().

  • There is a new cheap Chinese WiFi chip in some of the boxes that does not have drivers available. You can check what chip you have by running udevadm info /sys/bus/sdio/devices/sdio*.


    Hi kszaq, this is the results of the command above:

    Code
    P: /devices/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
    E: DEVPATH=/devices/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
    E: MODALIAS=sdio:c07v3030d3030
    E: SDIO_CLASS=07
    E: SDIO_ID=3030:3030
    E: SUBSYSTEM=sdio
  • This is running great on my devices, thanks for developing this, I've chucked you a donation as my devices would be so much less functional without this.


  • Hi kszaq, this is the results of the command above:

    Code
    P: /devices/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
    E: DEVPATH=/devices/d0070000.sdio/mmc_host/sdio/sdio:0001/sdio:0001:1
    E: MODALIAS=sdio:c07v3030d3030
    E: SDIO_CLASS=07
    E: SDIO_ID=3030:3030
    E: SUBSYSTEM=sdio


    This doesn't look good... Please get a list of Android kernel modules:

    Code
    mkdir -p /tmp/system
    mount /dev/system /tmp/system
    find /tmp/system -name *.ko


    [hr]
    michael123 Thank you! And I thank everyone who donated!

    Edited once, last by kszaq ().

  • This doesn't look good... Please get a list of Android kernel modules:

    Code
    mkdir -p /tmp/system
    mount /dev/system /tmp/system
    find /tmp/system -name *.ko


    [hr]
    michael123 Thank you! And I thank everyone who donated!


    Code
    /tmp/system/lib/8189es.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/8189fs.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/8723bs.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/9082xs.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/aml_thermal.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/audio_data.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/dwc_otg.ko
    /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko
  • willyfan You have ssv6051 WiFi chip - another one without drivers, yay!


    You can try doing this:

    Code
    mkdir -p /tmp/system
    mount /dev/system /tmp/system
    modprobe cfg80211
    modprobe --force /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko


    And see if WiFi works... but most probably it won't.


  • willyfan You have ssv6051 WiFi chip - another one without drivers, yay!


    You can try doing this:

    Code
    mkdir -p /tmp/system
    mount /dev/system /tmp/system
    modprobe cfg80211
    modprobe --force /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko


    And see if WiFi works... but most probably it won't.


    at last command I receive the error:


    modprobe: FATAL: Module /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko not found in directory /lib/modules/3.14.29


    ....

  • Hi,
    does know anybody why is not working addon mp3streams on my LE? Problem is only in LE, on Android mp3streams works...
    LibreELEc 8.0.0b, MXV Plus S905 1G 1Gbit, gxbb_p200_1G_1Gbit_RealtekWiFi.dtb


    Logs here: log-2017-02-21-22.47.25.zip - Google Drive


    Thank you.

    Sunvell T95Z Max (S912) 2G/16G 1Gbit LAN, MXV+ (S905) 1G/8B 1Gbit LAN , NAS D-Link 320L, TV LG 65UK6500MLA, Receiver Yamaha RX-V475

  • Hello,
    thanks Raybuntu, and Kszaq for the work you do.
    Yesterday I tried to install the hub nand wetek, version LibreELEC-WeTek_Hub.arm-8,0-rb-krypton1.img.gz of Raybuntu.
    - I installed before LibreELEC-WeTek_Hub.aarch64-7.90.010.zip;
    - Then I gave the command with putty: touch /storage/.update/.nocompat;
    - Then I put in the update folder LibreELEC-WeTek_Hub.arm-8,0-rb-krypton1.img.gz.
    E 'went well apparently.
    I tried to play through LAN HEVC 23.976 fps film, but it was jerky.
    Maybe I did something wrong during the installation?
    The same film with the 8.0.0b version of kszaq have no problem.
    It 'possible that the versions of Raybuntu, that are specific to wetek hub, work worse than the versions of kszaq?
    Now I'm using the 'latest version of kszaq (8.0.0b) of the NAND wetek hub. When I play H264 and H265 seems to be going much better.

    Edited once, last by dibotto ().


  • at last command I receive the error:


    modprobe: FATAL: Module /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko not found in directory /lib/modules/3.14.29


    ....


    just guessing, maybe you can try:
    insmod /tmp/system/lib/ssv6051.ko
    sorry if that did not work either

    player : Mini MX-G p200_2G & Inphic Spot i7 PRO p212 & Khadas VIM2 q200
    monitor : iiyama ProLite E2283HS
    speaker : UE Boom 2
    dvb-t : PCTV microStick (79e)
    firmware : android | LE 64bit | balbes 3in1 | gentoo

  • kszaq, thanks for implementing the remotesecond.conf support.


    I've tested it works only if remote.conf exists as well in the /storage/.config folder. I was hopping that only dropping in the remotesecond.conf into the .config folder and works.

    Beelink Mini MX 2G/16G - 02b, LE 7.0.2.002 on SD, SPDIF Passthrough
    MXQ S85 1G/8G, LE 7.90 beta2 Nand

  • Hey,


    thank you for another cool release. I have a question to all of you. Do any of you notice that GUI is not as smooth anymore as it was in Jarvis?
    When booted up the GUI smoothness is pretty ok and then becomes sluggish over time compared to Jarvis releases...I don't notice any abnormal RAM usage, just the transitions in menus are not so smooth? It's pretty much the same if I use it on USB or SD card - it works flawlessly on the same storage in Jarvis.


  • Hey,


    thank you for another cool release. I have a question to all of you. Do any of you notice that GUI is not as smooth anymore as it was in Jarvis?
    When booted up the GUI smoothness is pretty ok and then becomes sluggish over time compared to Jarvis releases...I don't notice any abnormal RAM usage, just the transitions in menus are not so smooth? It's pretty much the same if I use it on USB or SD card - it works flawlessly on the same storage in Jarvis.


    I noticed something similar. Even video starts lagging if you scroll through the gui.

  • Hi to all,
    I have a beelink minimxIII s905x and I would ask if it is possible to use the module ifenslave to bound wifi and ethernet to achieve a better network speed overall.
    Thank you