Posts by Morphy

    I've been doing a new installation based on LibreELEC 9.x RR latest nightly and I'm getting to a certain point with the addons I'm installing where some of them are causing LE settings to freeze up when scrolling down the menu past network, connections, bluetooth then services is blank and so are the all of the menu items scrolling back up. I can't exit out of the addon after this either.


    I think it's a conflict with one of the addons as on a fresh installation this will work ok and I cant replicate the issue. These are the last addon packages I installed before I noticed the addon not working again:


    repository.linuxserver.docker-9.0.102.102

    service.bluetooth-audio-9.0.101

    service.system.docker-9.0.122

    service.librespot-9.0.115

    docker.linuxserver.updater-1.0.2

    docker.linuxserver.portainer-1.0.5

    vfs.rar-2.0.6.0

    vfs.libarchive-1.0.5.0

    inputstream.rtmp-2.0.5.0

    inputstream.adaptive-2.3.15.0

    imagedecoder.raw-2.0.1.0

    plugin.video.youtube-6.4.0


    I've tried disabling these and I can get it working again but it seems to stop again after enabling some or all of them. Trying to pin it down is proving tricky. Debug log




    I've also been having some problems with the backup and restore feature. Backup works ok. Restore appears to extract the tar to .restore folder however on restart it doesn't get restored.

    TWO DAYS ?????


    I submitted a Kodi bug report TWO YEARS ago and I'm still waiting. You have to remember though that LE and Kodi members and staff are not paid for their time. Patience is a virtue.

    Haha yes I know two days is nothing and I don't expect anything to be done in any time frame as it's people giving their own time up. I just find it frustrating when we're encouraged to report bugs and issues however no one even acknowledges that report. A simple yea we're working on it or we're aware would have sufficed. I fully realise I am in no position to rant but I think any open source community is underpinned by its user base and communication as simple as it is can help keep such users interested and even engaged longer. /Rant 😉


    Thanks for the workaround vpeter I think I'll wait till it's fixed server side but handy to know.

    Two days later, debug submitted, no response. All I want to know is if this is a known issue or some acknowledgement it's being looked at? What's the point in reporting issues if there isn't any feedback...

    Working fine here. Refresh addon repository from context menu and try again. If still doesn't work post kodi debug log.

    Not sure what you mean by that there is no refresh option? Just check for updates. Think that might have been removed from Leia. Which version are you running? Debug log is posted in my original post.

    5schatten I'm having some issues with the LE settings addon crashing on a new RPi build, I had a look at the log and this seems to be the issue:


    Code
    2019-02-22 20:16:25.367 T:1275585392   ERROR: ## LibreELEC Addon ## oe::load_config ## ERROR: (IOError('file() constructor not accessible in restricted mode',))
    2019-02-22 20:16:25.368 T:1275585392   ERROR: Traceback (most recent call last):
                                                  File "/home/supervisedthinking/le90-rr/LibreELEC.tv/build.LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-9.1-devel/LibreELEC-settings-37e206b712a46213522a567a408382f5f082502a/.install_pkg/usr/share/kodi/addons/service.libreelec.settings/oe.py", line 515, in load_config
                                                IOError: file() constructor not accessible in restricted mode
    2019-02-22 20:16:25.368 T:1275585392   ERROR: ## LibreELEC Addon ## oe::read_setting ## ERROR: (AttributeError("'NoneType' object has no attribute 'getElementsByTagName'",))
    2019-02-22 20:16:25.369 T:1275585392   ERROR: Traceback (most recent call last):
                                                  File "/home/supervisedthinking/le90-rr/LibreELEC.tv/build.LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-9.1-devel/LibreELEC-settings-37e206b712a46213522a567a408382f5f082502a/.install_pkg/usr/share/kodi/addons/service.libreelec.settings/oe.py", line 597, in read_setting
                                                AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'getElementsByTagName'

    This looks like something that's related to your build or could this be a more wider bug in LE?

    I'm having an issue restoring a backup made with a Leia nightly. Not sure if it's related to the build not being the same as when I made the backup. When I restore it copies the tar to .restore however nothing happens on a reboot. So I've manually restored the tar with the above command however this creates a folder called storage within storage. So I did this instead:


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    cd /
    tar -xvpf ~/.restore/filename.tar storage

    Hi zomboided

    I was wondering how easy it would be to implement DDNS and port forwarding from your addon? I have a box I'd like to still access via SSH even though it's connected to PIA VPN.


    I've had a dig around and PIA have an API for this.


    Have been trying to get inadyn working for the DNS side however I can't seem to get it to work with freedns or duckdns. Updating that is quite easy though:


    Code
    http://[USERNAME]:[PASSWORD]@freedns.afraid.org/nic/update?hostname=[DOMAIN]&myip=[IP]


    If you can have a look to see if this could be implemented it would very much appreciated :)

    I can't get this to work, I get this in the log:

    /storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/service.system.inadyn/inadyn.temp:3: invalid

    Parse error in /storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/service.system.inadyn/inadyn.temp


    inadyn.temp looks like this:

    Code
    provider  [email protected] {
    ssl      =
    username = myusername
    password = mypassword
    hostname = subdomain.mooo.com
    }

    Thanks yes I've got this installed hence why I thought this would be possible. Now just to piece the puzzle to together...

    From what I can tell from this script these packages are needed/installed:


    SMBUS2="python-smbus_3.1.1+svn-2_armhf.deb"

    SMBUS3="python3-smbus_3.1.1+svn-2_armhf.deb"

    SMBUS35="python3-smbus1_1.1+35dbg-1_armhf.deb"


    SPIDEV2="python-spidev_2.0~git20150907_armhf.deb"

    SPIDEV3="python3-spidev_2.0~git20150907_armhf.deb"


    RPIGPIO1="raspi-gpio_0.20170105_armhf.deb"

    RPIGPIO2="python-rpi.gpio_0.6.3~jessie-1_armhf.deb"

    RPIGPIO3="python3-rpi.gpio_0.6.3~jessie-1_armhf.deb"