Libreelec and SQL shared librairy

  • Hi there

    I just installed the Libreelec distribution and It works fine.
    However, I can't get the mySQL shared librairy to work.
    I have three others devices over different KODI plateforms (WIN, Android, Openelec) with which it works fine.

    Here I created the advanced settings xml file with easyadvancessettings addon, it doesn't connect to the existing mysql data base.
    I have a set SQL data base (video & music) dedicated for KODI 16.

    I don't understand why it doesn't work...

    Thanks in advance for your support

    From France

    Edited once, last by Gui26 ().

  • I assume yes but while trying to insert the 10 log files I've extracted in a txt format, just the first one it says it's too big, so I can't see any to do but to provide with a compressed version ...
    Sorry for that.

  • "Easy Advancedsettings addon" ...
    Is this something from Our not-so-friendly neighbor?

    If you use the direct method via SSH, as already outlined to you, then you can simply have LibreELEC upload the log file via the built-in pastebin support. After that, just share the URL of the uploaded log file. No need to paste some 10 log files here.

  • Klojum,

    Could you explain in a few words what the problem is with TVaddons ? Obviously it's not an official addon set of addon, but I'm not very familiar with the potential risks.
    What do you mean by "not so friendly ?

    I confirm Easy advanced settings is from there, I'm used to use it because I have been facing issues while creating those find of file by myself.
    Personally I think the aim of this specific addon (the only one I use from TVaddon) is valuable, I also found advanced settings setter which works fine also, but not official neither.

    Is there an official addon for this ? If so, I agree that I should rather use it.


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