HI guys. Will there any further update to LibreELEC-RR 9.x ? Kodi and Moonlight are already a little bit outdated.
Especially Moonlight stops working with newer Nivdia Drivers. Would be nice if someone can update it. Is 5schatten the only guy who maintaines the code ? This projekt is really nice and should be maintaned further.
I managed to create a branch from stable LibreELEC 9.2.2 version and merge with RR packages, so Kodi version is up to date at 18.6 Leia and I also updated Moonlight-qt to the last version 2.0.0. I'll see if I can update all 5schatten packages, I made a fork from LibreELEC-RR in Github.
So now we have the last LibreELEC stable version including retro-gaming capabilities offered by LibreELEC-RR, thanks to 5schatten!
I built a couple of images for RockPi 4B and RaspberryPi 2&3 which I tested with success, I'm sharing here:
RockPi 4B: MEGA
RPi 2&3: MEGA
P.S. 8bit Gamepad bluetooth rules were also added by default.
I've got a Rock Pi 4b, I'd love to try your build.. 5schatten hasn't been around in while....
Sure JimmyTheSnitch! here you are...
Since LibreELEC repository is not working in this version and there are some missing addons, I finally managed to install docker and other repositories from ZIP. I also had to config my 8bit bluetooth gamepad by creating an udev rule under /etc/udev/rules.d/
Up to tested, everything is working like a charm, roms added to /storage/roms/ and fully playable with Retroarch, maybe 5schatten might include it among its compatible device images.
Hi 5schatten, I've successfully made a RR rock-pi-4 image by building your master github code. I'm able to run it and it's working very well, but I can see LibreELEC add-ons repo. can't connect nor docker service installed. I guess this is because your master version is merged with the development 9.80 from official, maybe is the reason why.
Is there any way I could build any stable version of your code for my device?
Thanks in advance!
Hi, thanks Kwiboo for getting network working properly in this version!
I attach a log file with my first tests running 4K videos on my rockpi4, I hope it can be useful for you.
For instance, in the example attached, you can see video start playin correctly, and just after the screen turning completly black, the weird pixeled picture is shown (frozen).
I'm not sure who you're messaging. There is nobody called Jack Ma on LE staff, and adding his address here doesn't magically send email. And that git repo is nothing to do with us. Very confusing
You are totally right! I put it in the wrong forum, so sorry, get my apologies please.
But it seems the previous existing folder located into ./rkbin/firmware/rockchip is no longer exists in that new version. This folder included the file "dptx.bin" (Type-C DisplayPort Driver).
So, when I try to compile the master code including this new change, I get an error because it's missing. Now I changed manually the builder to avoid taking this missing file, but I wonder if this is really needed to get the system working properly.
Jack Ma, did you remove it for some reason?
I've got some docments from rockchip official site,and i will try it late. thank your reply.
Hi all, I was the one I tried LibreElec alpha version for rock960 board into my rockpi board.
The performance seems good, though video it's getting freeze sometimes as well as no eth nor wifi are available/recognised.
I had used a USB wifi device to get network.
Waiting for someone who enlight me about whether it's feasible install additional drivers in LibreElec to take advantage from GHz feature over integrated WiFi chipset.