OK my subtitle issue is not related to the mysql database.
It is related to SMB.
If I have the subtitle file in the same directory as the movie on an SMB source - CRASH
If I have the subtitle file in the same directory as the movie on an NFS source - WORKS
If I have the subtitle file in the same directory as the movie on an LOCAL source - WORKS
So I guess I can work around this by having a custom dir located on an NFS (or LOCAL) share for the subtitles (I've never tried this before, but I think I've seen settings for this)? I'll try it out later this week.
Odd that the movie is fine over SMB, it is just the subtitle files that cause problems.
Anyway, if anybody has any ideas as to why subtitles over SMB causes crashes - I'm all ears.
how do you mount your SMB share, via LE or Kodi? If you are mounting via Kodi then try to mount via LE.
THANKS, is it possible one build to boot from internal storage i/o of from SD card?
not sure what you mean but I have LE 8.2 on internal storage and CE 8.90 on sdcard. works fine.
not unless you plan on being tester, then just stick to 8.2 releases from kszaq. only advantage of le9 is netflix/amazon addon support. i have a couple of s905x boxes that runs perfect via 8.2 installed on internal. primay use is to play videos via local network.
A long way back in this thread I used afl tutorial to install libreelec, and all has been great, until now?
I have a K1 plus dbd-T S2 box that has libreelec on it, via booting up from the SDCard. It can also boot from internal if necessary when exiting Libreelec.
I did not know the box was rooted at all, only yesterday when my Australian Optus Sport app said it needed updating, and now, after doing so, Optus Sport says it will not work as it detects a root.
Is it possible, that libreelec is rooted and not the original rom on the box?
Do I need a root disabler if it is indeed the rom that came with it that causes the problem, and has nothing to do with librelec being on it at all, or would I perhaps need to remove my libreelec card to see if the box still reports whether it is rooted or not?
I have exited libreelec on Kodi, powered down to boot from internal, but still get the same message.
Sorry for being naive, but I am out of my depth..
afaik, libreelec doesn't touch anything with regards to root.
just wondering if the CE team will put up a new forum for discussion? it's easier to post feedbacks on forums rather than github.
sorry for noob question - but ..
will the image run from sd card and let android untouched as any other libreelec image
or will it install to nand and remove android ?
all libreelec builds run from sd card, and will not touch android.
what is in your rc_maps.cfg?
I have updated to latest CoreELEC 8.90.1 but the issue still exist.
Attached is log file.
Is there any option that could prevent the issue. So far I am now going back to my old Revo 3610 Atom 330 for playback.
Your help on this will be very appreciated.
Also, I would like to mention that Submit Log, Upload latest Kodi log and configs under CoreELEC Settings menu does not work. I always get Failed to paste log files message.
Could you try and remove this on your advancedsettings, this is not needed on s905.
have you tried using a different hdmi cable
looking forward to test your s905x builds
no contest s905 is better, there are no more LE updates for s802.
imho, if you run a windows server use smb, if linux then nfs.
i don't use the .mount file, just the old fashion way to manually mount via le. no issues encountered. then i just put it at the autostart.sh
mount -t nfs 192.168.1.1:/tmp/mnt/sda1/Movies /storage/videos -o nolock