Posts by Skeeve

    Hi!
    Is there any chance I can get ScummVM to work on my RasPi 3B with LibreElec Leia?

    I installed it using the Addon Browser. But when starting I just get the message that it failed to start for unknownreason.

    Any hints, tipps, suggestions or information I can provide to find out why it fails?

    I just gave the Leia Game AddOn some tries, but failed each time.


    Scummvm didn‘t even start.


    DOS BOX started and left me with a black screen.


    Vice 64 (Using IAGL) also started but hung with the loading message.

    If you have the time, could you test gpio-shutdown on the latest LE alpha build Here Tnx.


    I did and it works. Here is what I did:


    ssh-ed to the system and remounted /flash so that I can change config.txt


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    1. mount -o remount,rw /flash


    Then using my favourite editor (vi) to add the below line to /flash/config.txt below the shown comment.


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    1. ################################################################################
    2. # End of default configuration
    3. ################################################################################
    4. dtoverlay=gpio-shutdown


    Then I've created the file /storage/.kodi/userdata/keymaps/keyboard.xml to contain:


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    1. <keymap>
    2. <global>
    3. <keyboard>
    4. <key id="61662">shutdown</key>
    5. </keyboard>
    6. </global>
    7. </keymap>


    Finally I did a reboot.


    That's it. A button connecting pins 5 & 6 will now shut down your libreelec.

    Update: Starting with LibreELEC (Leia) v8.95.2 BETA it is possible to use dtoverlay=gpio-shutdown. See further down.


    Hi! I felt this area is the most appropriate for what I want to contribute.


    I was searching for a way to shut down my libreelec-Raspberry with the touch of a button wired to pins 5 & 6, as I do for my other raspberrys. Unfortunately the same approch, setting dtoverlay=gpio-shutdown in config.txt didn't work.


    Another solution I found, invoving autostart and a shutdown.sh yielded very strange results in a not-booting raspberry.


    The following approach, seems to work though. Maybe It's not correct so please tell me if I did something wrong.


    First create a file "/storage/.config/gpio-shutdown" with the following content:



    Make it executable with


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    1. chmod +x /storage/.config/gpio-shutdown


    Then create a file "/storage/.config/autostart.sh" (or adjust its content accordingly)


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    1. (
    2. nohup /storage/.config/gpio-shutdown &
    3. ) &


    Make it also executable, then reboot


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    1. chmod +x /storage/.config/autostart.sh
    2. reboot


    How does it work?

    The autostart.sh is invoked every time libreelec is booted. It will then start "gpio-shutdown" in the background. This script will check every second whether or not the GPIO3 is connected to GND. As soon as this is dicovered, a "shutdown -h now" is executed and the raspberry will shut down. You'll see the usuall 10 blinks after which you can disconnect.


    Another touch of the button which connects GPIO3 to GND will boot up your libreelec.