I just tried to download the following:
However, Windows Security reported that there is a Trojan "Spursint.F!cl" in the tar file.
Using a Khadas VIM3 here.
I just flashed the latest s922x build (#20190823) but I could not boot up Libreelec via Keys Mode.
I formatted my SD card and flashed build #20190724 onto the SD card and I was able to boot into Libreelec via Keys Mode again.
Please take a look. Thanks.
I am running build 20190724 on my Khadas Vim3. I am not able to make Libreelec to display Chinese characters despite the fact that I set the fonts as Arial based. Thanks.
I'm told Atmos should be okay. If you aren't using pass-through you'll only get the DTS core (5.1) anyway and if it is being passed through it's not being decoded and thus a license isn't needed. Or something like that .. IANAL
Does Dolby Vision also involves metadata passthrough as well?
Incredibly exciting news. I wonder whether the device would support things such as Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.
Will LibreElec support the recently announced Khadas Vim3? I am aware that there are plans to support Odroid N2 which has the same SOC as the Vim3.
Thank you all.
I start afresh and abandoned my old scripts. Everything is working now so I never bothered working out what went wrong with my old ones.
Hi all, I am new here. I have been trying to use the script below to mount my cifs share but to no avail. The funny thing is, the exact same script used to work when I was using Openelec. Auto mount stopped working once I perform the migration from Openelec. Grateful if some experts here can shine some light to the problem. Many thanks.
# This is a sample service script to mount CIFS/SAMBA shares.
# Please read carefully the comments in this file. For production usage
# you can remove all comments (lines beginning with "#") from this file.
# The description should be used to explain what this servicefile is for
Description=cifs mount script
# if we do network mounts like here we *require* 'network-online.service'
# which checks if the network is online
# our scripts must start *after* 'network-online.service', on timeout and if
# 'network-online.service' fails we can not mount and this scripts fails too
# usually we mount networks shares because we want they avaible *before* XBMC starts.
# so XBMC has access to this mounts from beginning. Note: this slows down the boot!
# The share we want mount
# Where we want mount this share
# Any options you usually use with the "-o" parameter in the mount command
# filesystem type
# The target is used by 'systemctl enable <name_of_this_file.mount>' to link
# this service to a runlevel for starting on boot. usually 'multi-user.target'
# is ok here.
# this file must be renamed to <mountpoint>.mount where <mountpoint>, is the FULL path
# where the share will be mounted but slashes "/" MUST BE REPLACED with dashes "-" with .mount
# as extension.
# This means, if we want mount to "/storage/music2" (see above "Where=/storage/music2")
# then this file must be renamed to 'storage-music2.mount' and can be enabled via ssh with the
# command 'systemctl enable storage-music2.mount'