I don't know about headsets, but with game controllers you just pair them BT doesn't seem to care how many are attached.
These are just starting points that seem to work.
The CEC message you are getting is from Kodi; set it up in Kodi if you use it, disable it if not. (It is hidden at settings>System>Input>Peripoherals)
Noob here trying to diagnose a problem. Got my new pi 4. Installed Libreelec and no picture through my Pioneer AVR. Plug hdmi into my tv and there is a picture. Can’t get any picture through my AVR. However tonight I downloaded raspian and I get a picture through my AVR. Installed Kodi and switched to it and the picture dies. Plug it into the TV and it is there. Plug it back into the AVR and no signal. Any help would be appreciated as I am losing my mind on this!
This from donbrew fixed it!!! But the screen size isn’t right yet and there was some kind of CEC warning when it booted??? I guess I mess with width and height until it is right on the screen??? Thank you thank you thank you donbrew!
# I have no idea what 0xa5000080 means
hdmi_ignore_cec=1 #comment this if yours has CEC
Well, you do have to install lirc then uninstall it for the file structure.
I meant 192.168.1.xxx:/drivec//movies NOT the leading //. Like when the share is 192.168.1.xxx:/drivec and you are looking in the sub directory movies.
I know that popped up in some xml file when I know I entered it as a single /. I just remember saying "h'mm". Maybe it was some automated program that added it
Doesn't the // indicate an NFS path? Or, is it SMB? Anyway, / is for one of them and // is for the other. Or, maybe it is just the way my data paths are set up; one is set to the entire drive and the other is set to a directory on the drive.
This happens to me when I switch between smb and nfs, and refresh. Evidently the old (nfs) entries stay in the library until you start a new library or manually delete them.
I was switching back and forth experimenting, I ended up deciding they both work well.
Did that too. I will do it again, to be sure.
Well, I just re upgraded to 9.2.1 on my pi4, just to make sure. Almost every addon is "not compatible" and disabled. This includes multiple PVRs, YouTube, six, chardet, input stream, dateutils,
Milhouse says his releases for pi2-3 changed after 0229 with the same behavior, that was his explanation.
9.2.1 is completely useless as of the moment on pi4.
Be prepared for most of the addons to break. Seems that Python got upgraded AGAIN to something like 3.01 or something, so now Python 3.0 doesn't work. All of the recently updated to 3.0 addons are broken now (notably six is broken).
You have to log in to youtube to watch youtube vids. Google owns Youtube. What is the difference where you log in?
If you have an Android phone you have a Google account, whether you are aware of it or not.
Get the tin foil out.
Anyways, the answer to the question "how to enable sw decoding" is disable MMAL.
Pi1/Pi2 needs license for hw decoding Pi3 license is optional for hw decoding. Pi4 hw decoding not available.
MMAL means hw decoding. The option wording is misleading it says "allow MMAL" which makes it sound like the Pi will make a decision, it really means "use MMAL instead of sw".
Maybe it's because you didn't enable "unknown sources" in settings> system>add-ons Like the direction say.
Says it right there in the log. "not found in known repository directories"
My pi3b can handle 10 bit HEVC files with MMAL disallowed, has trouble with it allowed but tries. No codec license.
My pi4b 1gb handles the file fine no MMAL.
I don't know what paying for the license would do on a pi3 or pi4.
On Jan 27,2020 they released Linux 5.5 which specifically supports RPi 4.
Does that mean good things for us?
My 3B has no problem with anything I have asked of it. You might give it a try without. My Pi 1B could not display TV without the codec license. Maybe I just don't watch difficult to display shows 1080P works fine, I don't have a 3D TV or a 4K TV, I think I tried a HEVC file that worked
I have been using incorrect terms. You need a license to enable HARDWARE decoding. Software decoding doesn't need it
I am a dummy dyslexia strikes again NFS is not the same as NSF.
I finally figured out all of the syntax errors I made. I guess that means I paid my sin tax.
"unit storage-NFSshare.mount not found".
same message when I use the full path to the unit.
But there it is in the /storage/.config/system.d folder
Added the colon in the what line.
Trying to mount a nfs drive in LE 9.2 on the RPi4.
Followed the tut how to mount network drive and I have been successful before on Ubuntu. The systemd file is in the /storage/.config/system.d directory as the tut says.
Systemctl claims the systemd file does not exist. I tried the complete path.
/etc/systemd/system doesn't exist where I would put it in Ubuntu.
The format and syntax of the unit are not the problem, systemctl can't find it to process it.
Here it is anyway
Description=nfs mount script
Options=remount rw /storage/NFSshare
Why do you need licenses for pi3 pi4? Mine work fine without. Only needed in the Dark Ages of pi1b maybe pi2 (don't recall on pi2 didn't have one).
Something wrong with hardware decoding?