Any ideas regarding this problem?
inputstream isn't working any longer after the update to 18.5 on an Intel NUC:
2019-11-26 21:36:43.351 T:140068034455296 ERROR: Unable to load /storage/.kodi/addons/inputstream.adaptive/inputstream.adaptive.so.2.4.2, reason: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.26' not found (required by /storage/.kodi/addons/inputstream.adaptive/inputstream.adaptive.so.2.4.2)
EDIT: Full log: www.matthias-bergmann.de/kodi.log
Call of netflix and trying to play a video ("Sherlock"): ca. line 4400
inputstreamhelper: line 4652 ff.
error: line 4764, 4803
I created a custom keytable named MyOwnCreation in /storage/.config/rc_keymaps/MyOwnCreation and made it permanent as told in the wiki via a /storage/.config/rc_maps.cfg file containing the line * * MyOwnCreation.
Now I want to create a Kodi lircmap.xml to map keycodes to Kodi actions.
What should be the name of the section?
lircmap.xml itself says: <remote device="name_Lirc_calls_the_remote">, but what does Lirc call the remote?
or <remote device=“devinput”>
or even another entry?
No, in fact I do not need it to build myself, it's just that I wasn't sure what 'nightly' references to when used in conjunction with Libreelec: A 'nightly' regarding LE own features and functions or regarding the whole project 'Kodi + LE'.
Compile [LibreELEC.wiki] describes in detail how to build LibreElec from source. But how can I create a copy of LibreElec based on the actual nightly build of Kodi?
An annoying bug has been fixed and backported in the nightly build, but I don't want to wait for the release of Kodi 18.5.....
(in my case a 64-bit version for Linux)
After adding the RTC everything seems to work normally
Thank you Chewitt and HiassofT for your explanations. Maybe the first two paragraphs of HiassofT explanation should be added to the wiki as a kind of general recommendation?
The local distributor sells the 'RTC Shield' for
5 €10 €. For this price it's not worth spending hours and hours you would need to fix this issue, so I am going to order one and will report back my experience.
I'm sure that's the wrong solution though. What IR hardware is being used?
Well, it's not really a solution, but at least it does work
I am just using the Odroid C2 with the 'on-board' IR-receiver and a MCE-compatible remote control (Oneforall URC7140), which seems to be quite common here in Germany, nothing extraordinary.
EDIT: I know I shouldn't mention it in this Forum, but the Coreelec-Version 8.9.x with the driver integrated in the kernel runs out of the box, very smoothly. But I don't want to use an alpha-version for everyday use.
It is on an Odroid C2 without RTC, which gets the time from the local NAS.
I am using Titan as skin which shows the actual time and date in the upper right corner and these values are correct, right after the start.
'Wait for network' is enabled, value 10 s. I am also using the add-on "Advanced Wake on lan", but in fact the NAS is active during the daytime.
Well, I searched the forum with quite general buzzwords like "epg time", but couldn't find similar posts.
I don't cache the EPG data in the local database, so the data gets fetched from a NAS running TVHeadend every time Libreelec (8.2.5) starts.
Right after the start the displayed time in the EPG guide is wrong by one hour.
If I clear the data (settings --> guide --> clear data), nearly immediately the data gets fetched another time, and this time with the right time values.
I am also using the NAS as a local time server for Libreelec, but generally time and data are correctly displayed in LE, it's just the EPG data.
(the webinterface of TVH as well as an Intel Nuc with Win 8.1 always show the correct time).
Any ideas what I can do? Or maybe a workaround like "after start get epg, clear it, and get it a second time" ?
Lirc is disabled by default and for some unknown reason the recommended eventlircd solution didn't work here.
So I enabled Lirc and configured the remote.
It's working well now, but sometimes -mostly after a restart or resume from suspend- it begins to behave strange.
I have to pull out the plug of the voltage supply, so that the whole system gets restarted completely new.
I imagine a simple restart of the related services would be sufficient. Is there any way to run a script after suspend to get this done?
I tried using systemd-suspend.service, but access is disabled in LE ....
I am new to Libreelec and all mixed up with the different versions available for the Odroid C2 ...
Which one should I install ?
- official 8.2.5 ?
- 220.127.116.11 with support for S905
- or 18.104.22.168, released a few days ago by wrxtasy ?
I installed LibreElec 8.2.5 on an Odroid C2. Everything runs perfectly apart from the MCE compatible remote control (in my case Oneforall URC7140): One keystroke is interpreted as two strokes and furthermore it behaves heavily delayed.
Is there any way to solve this problem?
do you use Tvheadend 4.3 ?
if so this should fix it (at general settings)
Jetzt brat' mir einer 'nen Storch....
How can one know such thing ??? I would have searched for years to find this option ....
Thanks a lot, CvH.
(But why is 'digest' working for one computer, but not for the other one? Both running with Windows 8.1?)