Posts by Iridium

    I just cannot say if it is something with docker or with libreelec 9.1.502, nor what it is.

    I've just installed Docker and Letsencypt on a RPi4 4G without issues. Not too sure what the issue might be with your setup, but I would uninstall Docker and letsencrypt and then reinstall.

    If you still have issues:

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use and post the link.

    As @Da Flex mentioned. I don't think it's a S/W issue as I have had no issues connecting 2.4 nor 5GHz (Mind you my RPi is ~2M from my router)

    As an addition. Try moving your RPi closer to the router. Also, don't use any cases - especially aluminium heatsink cases that cover the whole RPi as this will definitely interfere with the reception of the internal wifi chip.

    For the *best* reception, it's better to use an external antenna rather than the internal one - actually it's better not to use the internal wifi at all with LE unless you have a really good reception.

    I've been using the RPi4 4G version since it first came out, and have never had an issue with ethernet. I've never seen any reports on the Raspberry Pi forums to suggest that there is a H/W issue either.

    By virtue that it also doesn't work on Raspbian seems to suggest it's something to do with your setup (as you mentioned).

    I would try a CAT5 cable - just in case. and then slowly eliminate each device in your N/W chain to see where the problem lies.

    If after that it still doesn't work, I would post the question on the Raspberry Pi Forum as there will be RPi hardware engineers who might have a better idea.

    To replicate: on RPi4

    wget potter-700.vp7

    Rename to potter-700.vp7.wmv or mkv

    Try and play - Instant reboot.

    2019-11-02 12:14:31.202 T:2703336304 NOTICE: CDVDVideoCodecFFmpeg::Open() Using codec: On2 VP7

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.137 T:3011383312 NOTICE: VideoPlayer::OpenFile: /storage/videos/potter-700.vp7.wmv

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.145 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Creating InputStream

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.148 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Creating Demuxer

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.169 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Opening stream: 0 source: 256

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.169 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Creating video codec with codec id: 179

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.169 T:2881561456 ERROR: CMMALVideo::Open : Video codec unknown: b3

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.169 T:2881561456 NOTICE: CDVDVideoCodecFFmpeg::Open() Using codec: On2 VP7

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.173 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Creating video thread

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.173 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Opening stream: 1 source: 256

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.173 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Finding audio codec for: 86081

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.176 T:2863637360 NOTICE: running thread: video_thread

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.176 T:2881561456 NOTICE: CDVDAudioCodecFFmpeg::Open() Successful opened audio decoder on2avc

    2019-11-02 12:14:35.176 T:2881561456 NOTICE: Creating audio thread


    Video plays on X86 - K17 & K18 and VLC

    PSU= Power Supply Unit

    I've been using RPi4 since it's first availability and never had any issues. Always shut down the RPi4 properly (With the shutdown function in Kodi) and WAIT for it to shutdown.

    SMB and NFS do not work via the Add Video browse function. SMB browse has not worked for a while.

    NFS is throwing an error:

    2019-11-01 10:16:02.813 T:3011928080 ERROR: GetDirectory - Error getting nfs://

    2019-11-01 10:16:02.813 T:3011928080 ERROR: CGUIDialogFileBrowser::GetDirectory(nfs://) failed

    Related to: Github

    However, both work if you enter the details directly.


    smb://<host-ip>/<Samba Share>


    nfs://<host-ip>/<export details>

    However: The preferred method is mentioned Here

    Depends on your H/W. If RPi2/3/4 then the RPI TV TV Hat is a no brainer and works out of the box.

    I also have a MyGica DVB-T2 which works on RPi's but cannot comment on other devices. Try searching the forum for known tuners.

    Most D-Link should work out of the box, so it might be something else. As it's a small dongle it's range is severely limited. Try moving the RPi closer to the router and see if that helps (Not always possible). Also try another port... anything is possible.

    Also provide the URL from:

    dmesg | paste


    lsusb | paste