Awesome, will try it asap! Cheers!
Posts by cosmos
The title says it all: I'm trying to figure out how I can see how much traffic is utilized. The link 18 commands to monitor network bandwidth on Linux server – BinaryTides describes various ports/packages/commands on full-blown Linux distros. Any way I can get something like that on my LE/Odroid C2 setup?
For using cacert.pem you must be sure that name or IP address match the cert and server.
Sure, but where exactly (path/file) do I place the pem information of my site?
I'm also in 1080p, with an spdif output to my ac3/dts amp. From the looks of it, I'll take a full backup and then upgrade (to check my entire setup).
If something does not work, I'll just reinstall Krypton and restore...
Asking here because I think there was some Leia pre-release information indicating that VDPAU/VAAPI acceleration would not work on Leia (or that there would be some drop of software support for VDPAU, don't remember here sorry...). I believe it was this bulletin: Development Update – LibreELEC
Most likely I've misinterpreted the information presented there, that is why I'm asking here for advice to upgrade or not. Thanks in advance for any info provided.
got two libreelec installations, one with Krypton and one with Leia (the latter one on an Odroid C2). I've got also a server on the net on which I'm uploading my videos etc. Access to this server is made using its ip address (ie no name is used, although I could use one). On Leia I'm not able to connect to this HTTPS server, even though I'm using the exact same credentials with LE krypton.
Reading further it seems that Leia checks the certificate first. How can I access this site on leia? I've found a couple of posts, one indicating adding |verifypeer=false on the server URL, the other downloading the site's crt file, converting it to pem format and then uploading it to my leia box as ~/.config/cacert.pem. The latter does not seem to work, whereas for the former a couple of posts indicate that it will also not work...
Should cacert be appended to a file elsewhere (for example /usr/share/kodi/system/certs/ ). Or would |verifypeer=false just work?
Before upgrade, when I turn off my tv, the box shuts down, but CEC circuit seems to keep working - after powering back up tv, I see "Odroid C2" device under SmartLink menu and when I choose it, the boards boots up.
Having Odroid C2 (on LE9) I'd be grateful if you could delve some info on how to setup CEC to do the same thing. I'm leaving C2 always on, your approach seems like a much better solution!
Furthermore, I do see that the blue LED has started blinking again, after upgrading today from 8 to 9. Is this a known issue?
EDIT: I see that it is configurable, which is great. I've set it to blink on sd card access, don't know if it could do that thing before.
Thread resolved btw
Thanks for the replies fellas, I did not receive any mail notifications for them somehow.
bkiziuk: I don't know what your temps are, but if you remove the jumper near the usb connector and power the odroid via the circular plug, you should notice lower temps. Just a FYI!
Just noticed that running top, load is around 1.1 to 1.25. Is that "normal"? Just trying to figure out whether something is broken, and I want to avoid a re-format if possible.
Thanks, will check.
This is an old setup that now runs at my dad's home. Used to have Openelec, then libreelec (now 8.2).
The issue is that now when TV powers up it switches directly to the HDMI channel where the RPi/Libreelec is installed. This confuses my 80-year old dad a bit, can I switch this behaviour off?
I believe that there was a config.txt option to do that, but utilising it made some functionality (CEC remote support I believe) go away, so I had to revert the change. Not sure though.
Any help will be appreciated.
Odroid C2 with fresh official LE 8.2.2 installation, connected over HDMI to 10+ year Samsung.
On my C2 at times I'm encountering either clicks (similar noise to the one heard when adjusting volume on headphones with a physical volume knob) or even worse sounds that becomes mechanized, when playing video material. These clicks are overimposed on the sound for some seconds and then go away. After some time they are heard again and again.
In the latter case there seems to be a periodicity of around 5-6 minutes, I don't recall the exact time period. Audio sounds as though as quality starts deteriorating rapidly (ie there is an increasing quality loss) and then it sounds perfect again. As I said, this behaviour is exhibited every 5'-6'.
Has anyone encountered something like that?
PS: It is amazing that even though my RPi2 on the same position felt much slower in GUI navigation etc, its playback was flawless! Not a single hitch in audio. With the C2 I've not managed to have this decent audio quality. Adding the inability to have perfect 24p playback is starting to push its lack; I'm starting to consider giving it for an RPi3...
PS2: Why is word ph enomenon (had to split it) censored?
Thanks. I followed a workaround described in the link above, and worked fine. Consider this thread solved as well.
kszaq I've already enabled expert settings. With age I'm losing my powers of observation though
Would you be kind enough to tell me where exactly I can locate this setting?
Check my last post:
That seems to do the trick rfegarding this warning, thanks!
No, it doesn't.