Thanx Blueribb have 6.8.15.zip
installed on the RPi and it works perfect. Installed Kodi on my
laptop(w10) and installed 6.8.15 + Matrix and it also works, but like
watching paint dry, perhaps i didn't get the settings richt. Found
previous to this post also some discussions on Github and tried to
edit some .py file, but didn’t had the syntax right, and it gave
some horrible error in Youtube. I rebooted, forgot to save the found
page, and couldn't find it afterwards. Decided that my scripting
skills are insufficient, so I posted the problem here knowing that
someone would take it up, and so it did.
Thanks to all who participated it took only 2 days for me
Tried the wizard didn't work, reïnstalled youtube, had to reënter my API but didn't work either, can not find Tubed ,Zero(which repository?)
I blame the API. Made that while I didn't know what I was doeing. Going to make another, see if that helps
Yes Blueribb, version 6.8.14 came automaticly and screwed it up version 6.8.13 had the fix in it, several times rebooted since.
Semiotik: I don't now which install-wizard you mean
Overnight Youtube addon on RPi 3b displays the message : “no streams found” followed by check log message after every film start. I think, it has to do with the latest update from the addon. In the previous update there is a fix mentioned for “no streams found”
Been digging on several forums and found older posts that pointed to changes by google in the API. I also use an API.
What can I do, perhaps wait until the addon or API is fixed?
Finally, found out whats wrong, using check-disk in Gparted, Gparted offered to correct the damage but will and cannot correct it because of the discrepancy. With the SD is physically nothing wrong but changes cannot be made because of the difference,
No idea how I did this. Anybody?
Following a part of the translated message:
The logical disk-building(1890,4,8192) mentioned in the file-system is invalid. The Build stored in the disk label is (121494,255,2)(cylinders,heads,sectors)
I’ll later gonna try bootsector.img as Chewitt suggested, already downloaded. Thanx4that.
Tried all the suggested apps/addons/programs, but looks like the sd is in one way or another become write-protected.
And when I tried to write the image to it, I got the message 256mb smaller then necessary.
Shrunk the original, made an image and tried again, same message. I think I’ll call it a day.
And keep the card for spare. Wrote the image to another 32 Gig card. Using my Ubuntu laptop with “Disks” as Elonesna suggested. Thanks for all the suggestions. I now have the backup I need but still don’t understand how the first card got corrupted or write-protect.
Klojum can you be more specific? Do you mean LE usb-sd creator?
Is there a LE image creator like win32DiskImager? Haven't found that yet.
That's nice tell me how, in detail.
Libreelec on Pi model 3b
After reading an image with win32DiskImager and writing it on a other sd-card of the same size, for backup, the Pi wouldn't boot, with the new sd with the following message
After trying to format for a new install, that didn’t work. I took a closer look and saw that the boot-device mentioned dev/mmcblk0p1 sounded familiar.
I’d seen that before, using a program to boot ubuntu-install on a computer that won’t boot on USB (Plopcec).
This mmcblk0p1 was the name of my builtin mediacardreader on my HP G6 W10 laptop and my other bootdevice was called something like /dev/sda0 or so.
Realising that, I took the cloned sd in an USB adapter and plugged it in, in one of the four USB ports from the Raspberry Pi, removed the original sd from its slot, powered on and behold, LE, and kodi was fully available.
I think something went wrong, at reading the image.
THE QUESTION: is it possible to edit one or another configfile to adjust the name of the device, what name should it have en what is the path/ location?
Or is there an add-on for the Pi that can make a new bootreccord.
Mind you i am a Windows pro but learning fast in Linux but i am still at a beginners level
So a solution within a GUI would be welcome, or else exact syntax to copy and paste.