Posts by jmooremcc

    I'm new to compiling LE and have successfully compiled the master branch. However, I'm trying to compile the 8.0.0 branch and keep getting the following error when creating the image file:
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    image: creating file LibreELEC-RPi.arm-8.0.0.img...
    image: creating partition table...
    image: creating part1...
    image: creating part2...
    image: creating filesystem on part1...
    image: creating bootloader configuration...
    image: copying files to part1...
    image: extracting part2 from image...
    image: creating filesystem on part2...
    image: populating filesystem on part2...
    image: error happen...


    Error: [Filesystem error] /tmp/tmp.XWIglA7cq4/part2.ext4 cannot be opened.
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    In the target directory the img, kernel, system and tar files are created but not the img.gz file.


    I would appreciate any assistance anyone can offer to help resolve this issue.


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    For Kodi Krypton the settings have changed. I use the following in my advancedsettings.xml file for buffering on my RPi:
    <cache>
    <memorysize>26214400</memorysize> <!-- number of bytes used for buffering streams ahead in memory
    Kodi will not buffer ahead more than this. WARNING: for the bytes set here, Kodi will consume 3x the amount of RAM
    When set to 0 the cache will be written to disk instead of RAM, as of v12 Frodo -->
    <buffermode>0</buffermode> <!-- Choose what to buffer:
    0) Buffer all internet filesystems (like "2" but additionally also ftp, webdav, etc.) (default)
    1) Buffer all filesystems (including local)
    2) Only buffer true internet filesystems (streams) (http, etc.)
    3) No buffer -->
    <readfactor>3.0</readfactor> <!-- this factor determines the max readrate in terms of readfactor * avg bitrate of a video file.
    This can help on bad connections to keep the cache filled. It will also greatly speed up buffering. Default value 1.0. -->
    </cache>

    You're over looking the fact that there are 2 file systems on the sd card: Dos & Linux. Your pc only checks the Dos file sysrem. Fsck checks the Linux file system. Bottom line - don't disable fsck!


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    4.1 advancedsettings.xml changes
    Main page: advancedsettings.xml
    <useddsfanart> - removed in v17 Krypton.
    <cachemembuffersize> and <readbufferfactor> - In v17 <cachemembuffersize> is renamed to <memorysize> and <readbufferfactor> is renamed to <readfactor>. In addition, all three buffer related settings in <network> are moved out of <network> and into a new <cache> parent tag.
    <minvideocachelevel>, <minaudiocachelevel>, and <cacheindvdplayer> have been removed in v17.
    <useffmpegvda> - Tag was only used for development testing. Removed in v17.


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    If I were downloading from your website directly, you'd have a good point. But this ingenious application you created (usb-sd creator) is so convenient and easy to use, it eliminates the need to routinely go to the website. If the drop down menu also showed the kodi version, that would give me all the information I would need to make a download decision. Just Sayin'...


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    Thanks for the clarification.
    The version I downloaded previously was a beta 3 version of kodi that was disabling the nextPVR addon. I downloaded beta 5 this morning, restored from my backup and everything is working as expected. Krypton is also solving the wabc addon problem I was experiencing under jarvis.
    It would be nice if the LE distro title included the Kodi version as well.


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