Posts by Forage

    Despite the GDPR, it should never have been enabled in the first place. It's a shame that sharing personal information with a third party without consent first requires a law to be stopped.

    Thanks for the clarification, my NFS share is working fine with high bitrates uhd files. Also ntfs disk is working fine and since I have a 8tb hdd I don't I can back up to reformat as ext3 or any other format. Is there a way to fix this without ?

    At this point, with all the explanations given, it should be clear that you're hitting the limitations of your box and that there's nothing left but simply accepting it. Any further discussion for a workaround or solution (different box, how to create a backup, how to reformat, etc.) would be beyond the scope of this thread and largely up to your imagination.

    That's quite a naïve and unrealistic view of things.


    Hardly any of the bigger and serious open source projects (Linux, Firefox, My/PostGreSQL to name not nearly enough) would not have been even a fraction of what they are now if all the developers would have done it in their spare time, for free. Even a project with a million spare time developers would need management, and that can become a full time job pretty quick.

    Without [email protected] backing of some sort achieving your(/our) ideals is simply not possible.

    Besides essential, there's nothing wrong with [email protected] backing either. As long as it does not get in the way of the initial ideals.


    And no, the main goal of open source is not to provide everything for free. Not the product, not the support. It's too provide something open. It being free is only a bonus.

    One inconvenience I would like to overcome would be the fact that I have to switch on the TV before turning on the KIII Pro. If not the screen will just stay completely black, even though Kodi works fine in the background (streaming through DLNA).


    Is there a way to force HDMI (1080p) output to prevent this? I don't suppose this is some default available Kodi setting, but rather some sort of config for the box (if existing at all).

    Anyone got a clue?

    I've been happily using the builds provided in this forum for a while now and I can't complain in terms of performance and stability.

    One inconvenience I would like to overcome would be the fact that I have to switch on the TV before turning on the KIII Pro. If not the screen will just stay completely black, even though Kodi works fine in the background (streaming through DLNA).


    Is there a way to force HDMI (1080p) output to prevent this? I don't suppose this is some default available Kodi setting, but rather some sort of config for the box (if existing at all).

    Have anyone an idea how I can set the energysave (I dont know thats right im german -Energiesparen-) settings in Settings->Energysave and activate the suspend mode? I cant set this because its grey.

    Try
    [8.2.1.2] LibreELEC 8.2 for S912


    But it is considered unreliable, with different results on different devices. Some not properly waking up anymore. Hence it being disabled by default. If you break your system you get to keep both halves.

    With two external harddrives I sure hope they have their own power supply, or a powered hub between them and your box. You're asking for trouble if not.

    Try enabling sleep mode to see if it works for your box. It doesn't work (properly) for all boxes, hence it isn't enabled by default. If it works for you you will basically have a fake suspend as in android, as power off from Android is not really a power off either. I have never tried it myself so I can't tell you when the wake-up will fire off exactly.

    There's nothing to read carefully about your post. You are giving us zero information about your situation nor what the problem is and, even though you don't bother to actually type a question, I assume you expect us to help you any way. While afl1, kszaq and others are performing magic for us, not they, nor the rest of us are clairvoyant. If you expect us to be helpful you'd need to provide the context (device, medium) and state what is not working at which moment, this together with a shiny log if possible and relevant.