Nice. I might get the same.
Chipset should be ASIX AX88178 or Realtek RTL8153.
ASIX AX88178 working with LE and Android
Realtek RTL8153 working with LE but not with Android
Dont you mean AX88179 - USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet (GbE,GigE) | ASIX - for USB 3.0 / Gigabit?
No links to sellers. Forum rules.
Sure. Can you atleast share thoughts on performance/ stability/ reliability etc on
S905X vs S905 and
1G/8G vs 2G/8G vs 2G/16G
Just so we can make a call on a box (from the working/ approved list) ourselves.
I'm wondering where things stand today for the above question and discussion.
How much reading have you done ? Link #11
This is not a shopping website.
Ok I will search that myself.
How is the performance/ stability of the 905 vs 905X chip models ? I am guessing its good now given that its on the "List"??
Based on this, is a 905X a better buy in todays date? Compared to a 905 (slightly older) and 912 (less support here)?
Lets start a llist of all known good boxes to purchase that work with kszaq's LibreELEC builds.
Boxes To Buy:
Beelink MiniMX S905 1GB/8GB
Beelink MiniMX v1.0 S905 2GB/16GB
Beelink MiniMXIII S905 2GB/16GB
Beelink M18 S905 2GB/16GB
Mini M8S S905 1GB/8GB
MXQ Pro S905 1GB/8GB
Nexbox MXQ Pro S905 1GB/8GB
Sunvell T95 S905 1GB/8GB
Sunvell T95 S905 2GB/8GB
Tanix TX3 S905 1GB/8GB
Beelink MiniMXIII II S905X 2GB/16GB
Mini M8S II S905X 1GB/8GB
Mini M8S II S905X 2GB/8GB
Mini M8S II S905X 2GB/16GB
Nexbox A5 S905X 2GB/16GB
Nexbox A95X-B7N S905X 2GB/16GB
Sunvell T95X S905X 1GB/8GB
Sunvell T95X S905X 2GB/8GB
Scishion V88 Pro S905X 1GB/8GB
Tanix TX3 Pro S905X 1GB/8GB
Tanix TX5 S905X 2GB/8GB
Tanix TX5 Pro S905X 2GB/16GB
Boxes Not to Buy:
If you have a box that works that is not listed please post and I will update the list above.
Any of these available under 30/40 $?
Thought it might help to summarise the steps to get docker then transmission working from the repo:
1. Ensure SSH enabled on LibreElec.
2. Download the Docker addon from LibreElec repository.
3. SSH into LibreElec IP address from remote computer user:root password:libreelec (Use Putty on windows)
4. Once in Type these commands "wget master.zip"
This action gets the latest docker files from lrusak
5.Type "unzip master.zip"
This action unzips the files
6.Type "systemctl enable /storage/Dockerfiles-master/x86_64/transmission/transmission.service"
This action enables the docker transmission service, so it starts on boot.
7.Type "systemctl start transmission"
This action Starts the docker transmission service
8.From a remote computer navigate to LibreElec IP address x.x.x.x:9091
If the transmission service install and start was succesful this should access the transmission WebUI
Can this be done on AMLogic S905 devices running LE? To kinda be a part time/ idle Torrent downloader when not being used for Kodi? Maybe with Deluge daemon for scheduling and idle time downloading?
I know that no AliEx and Ebay links allowed - But which is the cheapest box that works well now?
Anyone try this on the Cheapo 25-30$ boxes like the MXP?
I stopped work on a Jarvis build due to lack of time but I will pick things up again once we have a final release out. At the moment Jarvis is the end of the road for AppleTV as Krypton contains major video changes that mean we can't just patch CrystalHD support back into Kodi. There are plans for Sam (OSMC) and myself to jointly look at what's required for Krypton, but it will be a lot of work, so no promises.
NB: The OE 6.0.1 build here: OpenELEC (unofficial) Kodi Isengard builds for AppleTV has Isengard code and plays about 500% better than the old 4.2.1 image.
How is this different from Sam's OSMC on ATV1?