Posts by ffpp

    Ok. Thanks to your comment "usually the router password is in your manual" I finally accessed the routers webpage. In my country, ISPs, usually, lock the router, so the customers cannot change anything that they don't want. I was so lazy, that I only tried with the defaults (admin, admin) until now, that I read the manual and I found out that the password was a very easy password (admin, zhone). I will try changing the channel, now that I have access to the router, but I want to check some things before doing anything.

    If you look at the next image, you can see that almost all channels are occupied (idk why before I didn't saw so many neighbor's wifi).

    Now, this app has a tool that recommends you a channel for your wifi network.

    As you can see, the app suggest me to use channels 4, 3, 8, 9. Why? Aren't they already occupied?

    The other thing, is that I cannot move the router. Mainly because it's a fiber-optic router, and, as you might know, fiber optic is very fragile, and, also, the man that made all the electronics of my house messed up all wire channels, so, I cannot change the router location (also, I don't like the idea of having a wire on the corner of the sealing)

    My router is a DZS ZNID-GPON-2426A1.

    Thanks for the reply. Answering you questions:

    I cannot pick a specific channel on my router, the "ISP" (I think it's called) doesn't lets me access the router config webpage. It asks for a password that I don't have. Also, the distance between the PC and the router is small (no more than 5m), and the PC cannot see so many other neighbor's wifi. I've checked what you say about the wifi channels. None of the other wifi seem to interfere with mine.

    As you can see (my network is cba72) I don't have so many other wifis interfering mine. What it's strange, but I don't think it is a problem, is that other wifi network (Familia_Antun) that occupates almost 5 channels. Btw, you see 2 cba72 because I have a network repeater. It appears as one cba72, but I've tested shutting the repeater down, and sometimes the error also occurs.

    I home that my answers help a bit to figure out what's happening.

    Kodi logs aren't much use for degugging OS issues related to wireless (Kodi isn't the thing with the problem). You'll need to share the systemd journal, e.g. "journalctl -b 0 --no-pager | paste" and copy the URL (easier than copy/pasting to pastebin).

    Ok, the problem is that the PC won't have internet connection, so, I cannot upload the log to paste or anything. How can I copy the log and pase it in another folder? That's what I've made to get those Kodi logs

    Hi, since I have this computer, I used LibreElec on it. I've started using LibreElec since it's 9.1v, and I had no issues. I don't remember exactly after which version of LibreElec, I've started facing wifi issues. The problems is that sometimes connects to the wifi, but it won't detect the internet connection, and won't appear as a local device (seems like it can't communicate with the router or so), and sometimes it just doesn't wants to connect to the wifi, it just says failure on LibreElec settings.

    For a easy understanding, I'll explain them separately.

    1st Issue: WiFi "Seems" to connect, but doesn't works.

    In this case, in the LibreElec settings app, it shows that my PC is connected to my wifi, with a specific IP (a valid one for my router) but none wifi dependent addons will detect the internet connection (addons like Netflix, PlutoTV, YouTube, etc). Also, if I try to ping to the PC, it won't let me, and if I check if the PC is connected to the wifi, it won't show up in the router as connected. There is no specific way to reproduce this error. It's just try and error and see if it happens. I couldn't reproduce the error, so I don't have a log.

    2nd Issue: WiFi connection failure:

    In this case, the PC won't connect to the wifi. The LibreElec settings app will show a message (failure) next to the wifi that I'm trying to connect. Forcing to connect to the wifi (pressing the wifi connection and pressing connect), wont help. Setting a static IP also won't work and turning off and on the wifi adapter (pci) also won't help. This error also has no specific steps to be reproduced. It's just luck. I have the logs, but, while attempting to reconnect to my wifi, Kodi crashed, so I'll send 3 logs: kodi.log (after the Kodi crash), kodi.old.log (the actual log with the wifi error) and kodi_crash.log (the crash report of Kodi)

    Here go the logs:

    ~ kodi.log:

    ~ kodi.old.log:

    ~ kodi_crash.log:

    My system specs:

    Motherboard: ASRock N68S-UCC

    RAM: 4Gb DDR2

    GPU: AMD/ATI Radeon HD6670 (1gb)

    CPU: AMD Sempron 140 (Overclock to 3.3GHz, unlocked second core, now detected as a AMD Athlon II X2 4400e)

    WiFi board: Qualcomm atheros AR9227 wireless network adapter (rev 01)

    LibreElec version: 9.2.3

    If you need more info about the errors, please, tell me, this is the first bug report I've made


    Hi, I've recently installed chrome on libreelec 9.2.3, and trying to sing in will give me back this error:

    This browser or app may not be secure. More information
    Try it with a different browser. If you use a compatible browser, refresh the page and log in again.

    what can i do to fix this?

    Hi, I recently installed LibreElec 9.2.3, and I was trying to download addons, but it seems like I can't. I don't know why. It just says Failed to install add-on. I think the problem is related to the network connection, but I've already tried using a static IP, and I tried using a USB wifi dongle, but I cannot get LibreElec to download addons. If a debug log is needed, please, tell me how to get one, I don't know how to.

    Hi guys. does anyone knows about the existance of a screen mirror add-on? Like, on new smart tvs that you can connect to the tv and stream your screen directly on the tv. btw, i want to stream the screen of android devices