nvdias Do you also have a github page or so where docker.openvpn.server.1.0.4 is located? The current download way is a bit strange and enoying ( popup window, first opening another page).
Also in your explanation here you didn't mention that on the router the port 1194 UDP must be forwarded to the rpi. Fortunately I saw this in the readme in the addon before I gave up.
Also an explanation of "PEM pass phrase" and "Distinguished or Common Name (DN)" and especially where it is needed for would be nice.
Also it was not clear for me that the password you use for "PEM pass phrase" must be at the end entered again while it was given another name there. Somewhat confusing and I am afraid not many people succeed in using this because of the lack of this information.
I managed to setup the openvpn server using this method and I can connect to it also. So that works fine.
But now my question/problem. When the user connects to the network he can access and see all shares defined on the network.
How can I make it possible that he can't access my shares? I only want to give that user access to my vpn such that it is he is working from my home/country and not from his place (which is another country) but he should see nothing from my network. Do you know how this must be done?
There are quite some topics removed from the wiki. This is a pitty.
For example there was a page "Mounting network shares" (Mounting network shares [LibreELEC.wiki]) which doesn't exist anymore.
Such a shame...
btw, where did you read that an older version of inputstream.adaptive is the reason of your buffering issues.
Never heard of buffering issues because of inputstream.adaptive
The issues here:
Indeed but the needed change is only in that master version so there was no other choice
I compiled the latest inputstream.adaptive for libreelec on raspberry pi myself.
You can find it here: Index of /peno/kodi/addons/inputstream.adaptive
Note that this version is 2.4.0
And believe me, that is the latest version. So make sure that your addons aren't updated automatically or it will be overwritten by an auto update of the kodi addons
I am also awaiting for this newer version of InputStream Adaptive.
Both on rpi3 and rpi4 please.
Under System, LibreELEC, System, Create System and Kodi Backup states that the backup files will be put in /storage/backups. But actually it is /storage/backup
This is just a minor typo.
This is on a raspberry pi3 with
* Operating system version/name: LibreELEC 9.0.0 kernel Linux 4.19.17
* Kodi version: 18.0 official