I think the problem is with filename.
Your episode 09 has this name "The Ultimate Dilemma", but in TVDB the name is "The Troubles of the Stronges".
I think if you rename your episode like is in TVDB will solve this.
I personally use XEM scraper for animes, because with it I can use AniDB informations, that I think is more good for animes.
This started to happend after switch HDMI cable?
I know that you said that already tried with a new HDMI cable. So the only thing I have to say is check HDMI cable version, because only from 1.0 version works with CEC.
I have LE 9.0.2 Generic/x86_64 and Thoradia repo ver.9.0, how can install last version 9.1 to upgrade sonarr/bazarr/etc
This is to be done automatically!
Checking GitHub page I can see a 9.1 version for Generic/x86_64. I don't know why you don't get this update.
I assume that automatically updates of add-on is enabled, right?!
thoradia can you look at this?
Meanwhile you can update Sonarr/Radarr in their own interfaces by going to System > Updates > Install latest
I think Bazarr has a similar path to update.
You are correct Iridium , but I assumed (and he said) that the filenames and the folders was named correct, because I had this problem before (and with RARBG files too). With Use video tags enabled Kodi use tags presents in the file instead of the filename, and this files have this tags (you can see this tags using a software like MediaInfo).
With my issue, logs showed the name of the tag instead of the filename.
I had one similar problem with this recently.
My problem was that the Use video tags was enabled. With this option enabled Kodi use information that exists of the media info of the file (if it exist) and not the filename.
I disabled, updated library and the movies was added again.
For disabled (if yours are enabled) you need go to Settings > Media > (enable advanced mode) > Videos > Use video tags
As far as I know RPi can't play x265, 10bits or 4k files.
Here a guy said that it can play x265 if is 720p, but I never test.
I have a similar issue with termometer icon when I use anothers skins than default's Kodi.
For what I noticed this is because this other skins use more CPU, which makes RPi to heat!
But from what I read the quality of sd card and power supply influence this too.
Disable this in CEC option, like Iridium said!
Some apps send notifications that turn on TV if this options are enabled.
Go to Settings > System > Input > Peripherals > CEC Adapter
Disabled Switch source to this device on startup and put in "none" Devices to power on during startup.
I tried this, but looks like the file is protected somehow. My LibreELEC installation is brand new on a RPi3.
[ File '/etc/swap.conf' is unwritable ]
You have to edit /storage/.config/swap.conf and not /etc/swap.conf
I understand the limitations!
Unfortunately I don't know nothing about Woltlab things.
When will Amlogic/arm for 9.0 be updated? I see the others were updated 4 days ago and it's been 3 months since the last update for Amlogic/arm. Any reason for the delay?
I don't know why Thoradia don't updated. But if the apps you use work with releases you can update they by yourself.
Radarr/Sonarr example: go to System > Updates > Install latest
You can see if the apps work with releases or not here: Home · thoradia/LibreELEC.tv Wiki · GitHub
Edit: I don't no for sure if all apps that work with releases you can update by yourself, but I know that some you can.
I have 3 things to suggest for forum.
1 - When I browse by threads here the site, sometimes I see a "read the forum rules".
It would not be a good thing to put them in a more easily accessible place.
Look at the forum's home. Where is forum rules?
2 - Another good thing I notice is [How to], there some here. Isn't a good thing to create a section for them? For a more easy access (and for organization).
3 - In other forums that I use there is a way the thread creator marks a response as the best answer, the solution. I think this helps a lot someone who has a problem and is looking for an answer.
- The green check flag in Stack Over Flow linux - How to copy a specific file in a folder using terminal - Stack Overflow.
- Put the message in top of thread with a solved: Osmc freezing - Raspberry Pi - OSMC Forums
Cheers and thanks for the great work
edjalmo - thanks mate! I realised my mistake and fixed the problem a couple of hours ago
Do know how to get MiniDLNA scan external USB drives?
Or the command to force-restart service.minidlna ?
At 62 years of age I'm so lame I'm not even ashamed of it
I don't use MiniDLNA, but I search and found this: Setup MiniDlna To work with USB drives | Never Stop Learning
Read the section INSTALL MINIDLNA
Try edit minidlna.conf
If this is installed as add-on this file are probably here /.kodi/userdata/addon_data
In LibreELEC you don´t need sudo.
Following the tutorial to force-restart it is like this
If don't work try open a new thread about this, since this is not a problem with Thoradia repo (just to keep things organized).
I've downloaded the service.transmission-9.1.16.zip from your repository on Github, but when I tried to "install from zip" on LE 9.01 add-ons page it returns error msg that installing from unofficial sources is disabled
What's the work-around?
You have to enable unknown sources in Settings > System > Add-ons > Unknown Sources
But I think you have to install the repository and then install Transmission from the Thoradia repository.
Link to download repo: service.thoradia.zip
I didn't know where to post my problem since I'm using CoreElec (Odroid N2), but this is the only thread about Thoraradia addons.
When I want to open Transmission addon I get a message telling me that I have to open the settings. I haven't found a way to fix it.
Transmission settings are on settings of Transmission add-on.