Posts by PluX

    I have an Odroid H4, with a spacious M.2 SSD, set up in a triple boot situation off the one disk, following manuals made by better minds than mine. It was a bit fidgetty but fairly straightforward in the end.
    (first installed ubuntu, leaving room on disk, installed windows, still leaving some room on disk, reinstalled ubuntu over itself to fix bootloader, and then copied the libreelec partitions from an image of a working install on the machine into the empty space at the end of the disk, and finally hacked the grub bootloader in ubuntu to add libreelec and put it on top (where it belongs :), with windows as second option and ubuntu as third).

    I have a kodi install auto starting in windows as well, so switching from LE to windows-kodi is seemless. And all my libreelec and kodi installs in the house share a library and highly customized minimal interface (arctic zephyr ftw) for a seemless user experience on all devices.

    When i reboot the machine, grub auto boots into the top option LibreElec in 4 seconds. But if i want to reboot into the second (windows) or third (ubuntu) i have to make like a bomb disposal squad to find my keyboard to make the grub selection. When i reboot from Windows i dont have this issue because it autoboots to libreelec, and i know there are ways to tell ubuntu which grub option to boot into before rebooting.

    Is there any way to add an option to boot into a second or third OS from the shutdown menu or thought some shortcut in LibreElec? So i can make the choice before rebooting and bypass the grub bootloaders detonation timer? Thanks in advance for any hints to achieve this.

    I can confirm this same problem occuring on my Denon x4700h. I have it hooked up to a Samsung UE55KS8000, and a raspberry pi5 with libreelec on it. It seems Denon does not agree with the Pi 5's take on 4k60hz resolutions.

    When the pi5 resolution is set to 4k60hz i get no display though the Denon on any of the HDMI inputs. Tried 3 different cables. When i plug the pi directly into the tv, 4k60 works smoothly with HDR, so it is definately an issue with the Denon AVR. When i set it to 4k30 the denon will display the pi5's output, but the image quality seemed off, possibly an issue with HDR. I will need to do some more troubleshooting on this.

    My current workaround is that i have hooked up the pi 5 HDMI output directly into the TV, and looped an SP/DIF optical cable back from the TV to the Denon AVR. Having activated HDMI CEC on all three devices i can still have the pi5 wake and shut down both the avr and tv. Only downsides are two cables running across the wall to the TV, and the whole HDMI feature on my AVR being bypassed, making switching to different sources besides the pi a bit more of a hassle.