[8.0.2e] LibreELEC 8.0 for S905/S905X


  • This chip is not supported: showthread.php?tid=5457

  • For everyone who had problems with audio sync in Krypton builds. This advancedsettings works:


    Download advancedsettings.xml for Krypton

    TX5 PRO S905X

    Edited once, last by yatoya ().

  • Just a short question: Where can I automatically shutdown Kodi at a given time?


    I want to turn off the hardware with a timer plug. In order to not damage the
    file system of Kodi I would like to have it turn off every night at 2355, because
    at midnight the plug will turn off the electricity.

    Edited once, last by sYCO ().


  • For everyone who had problems with audio sync in Krypton builds. This advancedsettings works:


    Download advancedsettings.xml for Krypton


    Thanks for the link yatoya. How do I apply this to LE/Krypton?

    MXIII-G, M8 and Beeklink MXIII Plus LE 8.2.2 - Demetris, Mecool M8S Pro+/Abox A1, Abox A1 Max Coreelec 9.0.2. Thanks to all.


  • For everyone who had problems with audio sync in Krypton builds. This advancedsettings works:


    Download advancedsettings.xml for Krypton


    Sorry ... this advancedsettings.xml file in which folder should I put?

  • [font][font]Con le versioni 8.0.1c / 8.0.1g / 8.0.1h / me questo succede: [/font][/font]
    [font][font]lancio IPTV vista canale con PRV IPTV semplice client, vista canale dura 30-45 secondi e poi si ferma. [/font][font]Qualcuno accadere? [/font][/font]




    [font][font]risoluto[/font][/font]

    Edited once, last by dibotto ().

  • I tried out the moonlight addon yesterday but everytime i click on steam or a game i just a black screen then a reboot. Is it the addon that's busted or does it just not work on S905X boxes, does anyone know?


  • I don't see a dir called configfiles, whats the fully qualified path to where I should put the remote.conf file?
    LibreELEC:/ # find / | grep -i configfiles
    LibreELEC:/ #


    If I had to guess I'd put it here.
    /usr/share/kodi/config


    Thanks.


  • Just a short question: Where can I automatically shutdown Kodi at a given time?


    I want to turn off the hardware with a timer plug. In order to not damage the
    file system of Kodi I would like to have it turn off every night at 2355, because
    at midnight the plug will turn off the electricity.


    You could use cron to do that I'm guessing.


    1. Start an SSH session with your box via command line with a computer


    or [email protected] ip number of your box


    (Above is from Linux command line.. might be different using Windows or MAC etc)


    type yes for key ( if this is your first time connecting to your box)



    Default password should be libreelec.





    To my knowledge cron should be running already...


    2. Check with:

    Code
    pidof crond


    It should return a 4 or 5 digit number. If it doesn't get back to me... cuz it's not running


    I'm just going to assume it is running... for now..
    ---------------------------------------------------------



    3. Change Directory to where cron stores stuff.

    Code
    cd /storage/.cache/cron/crontabs


    make a file here... you can use the nano text editor


    4. Type something like this...

    Code
    nano turnoffcomputer


    (you will enter a text editor)


    5. Type this in whilst in the text editor.

    Code
    55 23 * * * root poweroff



    6. Then hit ctrl-X then hit y to save.


    If everything goes well.. you box should shutdown at 11:55pm every day.




    Perhaps somebody can clarify that poweroff is the proper command to shutdown libre elec properly? (Or is it shutdown which seems to give 1 minute grace with no arguments)


    I'm probably clear as pea soup, so ask more questions if you need too.
    Hopefully that steers you in the right way.



    Cheers,


    Gary

  • Greatings.

    • Thank you all and especially kszaq for building for S905 chipset! You've turned what was kind of junk in to something I can give to the Mrs to use. :)
    • My device: gxbb_p200_1G_100M_RealtekWiFi.dtb 8.0.1h
    • Everything is working awesome and running from NAND.
    • I've read:
      Q: I cannot turn on my box by remote control.
      A: This is a bootloader issue that needs to be fixed by box manufacturer.
    • The above is the only issue, and it's a bit of a pain. The Mrs turns off the device using the "Power" button on the remote, which turns off the TV (CEC) and put the S905 to sleep (red LED on).
      But then there's no way that I have found to turn it on again except to pull the psu, which is very awkward given the location of the device.
      Does anyone know a way to turn on the device once in standby, or prevent the unit going in to standby with the "power button" on the remote?


    Thanks.

  • alexeiyo Once again I'm sorry to say that your WiFi chip is not supported. I've sent multiple requests to the manufacturer for driver source code only to be ignored.


  • I tried out the moonlight addon yesterday but everytime i click on steam or a game i just a black screen then a reboot. Is it the addon that's busted or does it just not work on S905X boxes, does anyone know?


    Maybe this will help:
    thread-3079.html
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    Quote


    The above is the only issue, and it's a bit of a pain. The Mrs turns off the device using the "Power" button on the remote, which turns off the TV (CEC) and put the S905 to sleep (red LED on).
    But then there's no way that I have found to turn it on again except to pull the psu, which is very awkward given the location of the device.
    Does anyone know a way to turn on the device once in standby, or prevent the unit going in to standby with the "power button" on the remote?
    Thanks.


    First post of this topic:
    suspend is so unreliable that it's now disabled
    Change settings in CEC to shutdown the box instead going to sleep or disable this function at all.

    TX5 PRO S905X

    Edited once, last by yatoya ().


  • If I had to guess I'd put it here.
    /usr/share/kodi/config


    SSH Into box and you will see all Directories. Apparently Remote works using my instructions. #2,609
    Hope you got it sorted.


  • Thank you very much for that nice and easy tutorial/explanation.


    Unfortunately, neither of those commands did the job:


    35 12 * * * root shutdown
    35 12 * * * sudo shutdown
    35 12 * * * shutdown
    35 12 * * * sudo shutdown -h now
    35 12 * * * sudo shutdown -h 0
    35 12 * * * root shutdown -h now
    35 12 * * * root shutdown -h 0
    35 12 * * * root poweroff


    Btw, cron is working/running - gave me a four digit number.

    [hr]


    35 12 * * * root /sbin/shutdown -h now


    did not work, too.

    [hr]


    When I want to check my cronjobs with crontab -l, this happens:


    LibreELEC:~ # crontab -l
    crontab: can't open 'root': No such file or directory

    Edited once, last by sYCO ().