Posts by zorrua

    Hello,


    Every time I power on my TV from LE with echo "on 0" | cec-client -s -d 1 command, it always start in the TV Digital channels and I need to change the HDMI input from TV's remote.


    Is there any CEC command to change the input to the TV?


    Kind regards.

    Hello,


    I configure the bluetooth connection to my remote speakers and now I can shitch between HDMI and bluetooth audio output:


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    Now I want to shitch with a command line script, is something to do that?


    Kind regards.

    If you have Android on internal memory, boot to Android and disable CEC there.


    If you don't, try using this command: fw_setenv cecconfig cec0

    Thaks kszaq!


    I don't have Android on internal.


    I try fw_setenv cecconfig cec0 and it works!


    Is this a disable command? How could I enable again? Could I have a complete command list for fw_setenv?


    Best regards.

    Hello,


    I have a Beelink MINI MX III (S905) device. And I have problem with CEC. I disabled the CEC adapter from System configuration.


    I have 2 problems:

    1. When I power on the device, it power on the TV too. I don't want to power on the TV, because I use to reboot remotely the device at night.

    2. When the TV is off and the device on. If I push the TV POWER key on the TV remote to power on the TV, the device goes power off.


    I have others S905X and I have not any problem with this, I disable the CEC adapter on the all other device and they work well.


    Could I share any log or debug information to the developers to fix it?


    Thanks for your great work.


    Kind regards.

    Hello,


    I have a Wetek Playwith last version (8.2.2).


    The problem is that I can't install any addon. i press to "Install" and it goes back without installing.


    I have same version in a Raspbery Pi 3 and it is working well.


    Is there any problem with Wetek Play?


    Best regards.

    Hello,


    I want to assign two keys in my remote to execute two scripts. One is for power on and the other is for power off:


    Code
    1. # cat on.sh
    2. #!/bin/bash
    3. echo "on 0" | cec-client -s -d 1
    4. systemctl restart kodi


    Code
    1. # cat off.sh
    2. #!/bin/bash
    3. kodi-send --action="PlayerControl(Stop)"
    4. systemctl stop kodi
    5. echo "standby 0" | cec-client -s -d 1


    I map thoose scripts in the remote.xml


    Code
    1. # cat .kodi/userdata/keymaps/remote.xml | grep "on.sh\|off.sh"
    2. <start>System.Exec("/storage/on.sh")</start>
    3. <power>System.Exec("/storage/off.sh")</power>


    The only one that work for me is the power off, I suspect that it is beacuse in the power on, the kodi application is not running.


    Is it possible to execute a script when kodi process is stoped?


    I will appreciate you comments.


    Kind regards.

    I'm running into the same issue with no MIBs showing up on my RPi 2.


    Comparing the build scripts used by LibreELEC and build script used by my Gentoo system, it doesn't appear that any mibs are actually being enabled during the configuration phase. The gentoo ebuild includes the following line when calling ./configure: --with-mib-modules="host ucd-snmp/dlmod ucd-snmp/diskio ucd-snmp/extensible mibII/mta_sendmail etherlike-mib/dot3StatsTable ucd-snmp/lmsensorsMib"

    Great!


    Could we add a change in github?


    Kind regards.

    Hello, is it possible to wake up from USB (keyboard or IR receiver) this devices?


    It will be my next 4K device if this will possible, from halt or suspend state.


    Amlogic device doesn't support this feature, I don't like to leave the devices powered on all the day.



    Kind regards.

    Hello,


    I have a little problem with my S905X: I use to power off the TV when I push the power key in the remote. The problem is that every time I power on the TV and want to play LiveTV or a Video it doesn't work. And I need to unplug and plug the power cord.


    Once it reboot it work great. Anyone have same problem?


    My device is Mini M8S II.


    Kind regards.