Posts by ghtester

    It's not obvious what you are trying to do / which creator do you try to download. I don't see any issues with file(s) download.

    Try the direct download links (I suppose you are using Windows):

    Open, download & run:

    https://releases.libreelec.tv/LibreELEC.USB-SD.Creator.Win32.exe

    or

    Open, download, install & run:

    https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/imager/imager_latest.exe


    Then use the selected app to download & write the image to your microSD card or an USB flash key.


    You can also download the LibreELEC image file for RPi 4 manually:

    https://releases.libreelec.tv/LibreELEC-RPi4.arm-10.0.1.img.gz

    Hi



    Maybe better with TvH 4.3? Is there a way to update without loosing configuration? This was much work. I miss the more easy and more user friendly configuration of my old VDR, especially the channellist. ;)

    In fact you won't loose any Tvh 4.2 configuration. You can install both plugins, Tvh 4.2 and Tvh 4.3 and enable just one of them. They have their own folders so there are two independent configurations. So as mentioned, you can play with configuration copy from Tvh 4.2 to Tvh 4.3 and get back to Tvh 4.2 easily if necessary.

    Another solution could be to use irexec and map a script to some IR remote control key. The configuration is very simple and it works great.

    Hopefully you won't brick your RPi 4B (even though you install a bad bootloader and your RPi 4B does not boot, it's possible to create a recovery micro SD card which can fix it) but I think it won't help you.

    Please note the firmware (which is located on LE filesystem) must support the RPi 4B hardware release. As RPi 4B v. 1.4 is newer than LE 9.2.6 build (and there are significant HW differencies between old and new RPi 4B revisions), it probably won't work with new RPi 4B as the firmware in LE 9.2.6 is simply too old. So you may try to replace the firmware files on LE 9.2.6 filesystem but who knows if it ever helps...

    Instead I would upgrade the bootloader to latest stable (pieeprom-2021-12-02.bin) and run LE >= 10.

    I wouldn't do it but it's up to you... Try this:

    Please note you may need to change the bootloader config as there're some changes in recent bootloader revisions.

    Some IR remote controls generate two different scan codes for the same key (when you repeat pushing it). Check with ir-keytable -t command if that's your case. Then you need to add both scan codes for the appropriate command to keymap file (so it should contain two lines for each command).

    On recent LE 11 nightly builds (from about 20211224) I am experiencing the USB resets which are fatal due to DVB-T2 USB & USB/SATA adapters connected.

    It looks an old bug already fixed couple months ago is back in the 5.15.10 kernel, at least on RPi 4B with TVheadend 4.2 / 4.3 & Tvheadend HTSP Client.

    Usually the USB reset happens after DVB-T2 channel switch to another one. It happens randomly but quite often.


    RPi 4B/2GB, bootloader 2021-07-06 - running from HDD with USB/SATA adapter, Tvheadend 4.3, LE nightly 20211231

    [ 9807.686787] rpivid feb10000.codec: PPS changed

    [ 9807.738452] rpivid feb10000.codec: PPS changed

    [ 9807.850504] rpivid feb10000.codec: rpivid_h265_stop

    [ 9809.614406] rpivid feb10000.codec: rpivid_h265_start: (1024x544)

    [ 9809.618317] rpivid feb10000.codec: SPS changed

    [ 9809.618341] rpivid feb10000.codec: PPS changed

    [ 9809.618374] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11768.812800] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11770.511944] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11815.566272] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11818.211815] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11818.211848] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent for col

    [11818.213154] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 1, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11818.214488] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 1, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [11818.215856] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 1, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [13062.011359] rpivid feb10000.codec: Missing DPB ent 0, timestamp=0, index=-1

    [14552.768050] rpivid feb10000.codec: rpivid_h265_stop

    [14555.261658] usb 1-1.3: reset high-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd

    [14555.268395] usb 1-1.2.2: dvb_usb_v2: rc.query() failed=-71

    [14555.338220] usb 1-1.3: device descriptor read/64, error -71

    [14555.461968] usb 1-1.2: USB disconnect, device number 3

    [14555.461999] usb 1-1.2.1: USB disconnect, device number 6

    [14555.521486] usb 1-1.3: device descriptor read/64, error -71

    [14555.701488] usb 1-1.3: reset high-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd

    [14555.729626] usb 1-1.2.2: USB disconnect, device number 7

    [14555.774851] usb 1-1.3: device descriptor read/64, error -71

    [14555.954846] usb 1-1.3: device descriptor read/64, error -71

    [14556.135180] usb 1-1.3: reset high-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd

    [14556.135383] usb 1-1.3: Device not responding to setup address.

    [14556.341314] r820t 23-003a: r820t_write: i2c wr failed=-19 reg=0c len=1: f1

    [14556.341510] usb 1-1.3: Device not responding to setup address.

    [14556.547955] usb 1-1.3: device not accepting address 4, error -71

    [14556.621294] usb 1-1.3: reset high-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd

    [14556.621518] usb 1-1.3: Device not responding to setup address.


    Also observed on

    RPi 4B/4GB, bootloader 2021-12-02 - running from SD card, Tvheadend 4.2, LE nightly 20211231

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    The same issue on LE 11 Nightly 20211215.

    Sometimes the Audio stream is not detected (Audio stream = None in Audio settings) after LE start (Play TV on startup is configured in Interface menu) or after a channel switch and the sound is silent (it does not matter if the Allow passthrough option is enabled or disabled in Audio settings).

    Regarding to possible HDD sleep, look at this thread - maybe you can play with the hdparm a bit to disable that feature etc.

    DMG