You need to update to a newer build that contains kodi 18.0 or newer
I don't know anyone who would have QP.
Maybe in 2 or 3 years there will be something
But thank you for your work anyway.
Yea, that's the problem. I'm still debugging where the performance is lost on the i.MX6Q.
Still a WIP. I'm currently waiting on some etnaviv fixes and the ffmpeg v4l2 interface (that I'm working on).
Performance on i.MX6Q is okay-ish (not watchable video performance ~15fps). Performance on i.MX6QP is awesome.
I'll look into it. Hopefully it's trivial
Straight to the point after trying for 2 days and many software...
Why can't we choose custom partition size from installer.
This is really bad for most of us, because we loose bunch of time trying doing so... and you know it.
Would be simple for you to put a choice of 512, 1024, 2048 MB for the first partition and the rest of the drive for the storage!
After many research on this i finally opted for the ubuntu live cd.
Tried GParted it and it focked it up.
Tried Gparted it again and reinstall in a pre partitionned ssd with 1024 and the rest of the drive....
Seriously? Read your own thread and If you judge that what in it is helping us you are leaving on another planet.
Tell us how, in a simple way or do it as a choice at installation time.
A very frustrated user restrain in his own computer by you!
It would probably be more helpful for you to actually explain what problem you are trying to solve. Why do you think you need a larger partition size?
If you really want to you can just install LE manually.
Please try and get the xorg log at /var/log/Xorg.0.log (I think that's it) and also the journal for that boot using `journalctl -b0`
Also, you can send logs directly to pastebin using `pastebinit` from the command line.
then just post the link that is returned here
That CPU/GPU should be supported by LibreELEC 9.0 (so any of the alpha releases) or a milhouse build.
make sure that when you create the installer that you are actually using a 9.0 build.
"Graphics: Intel® Processor Graphics Gen8 "
I think you'll need to use 8.90.003 alpha as this processor is very new
Yes too bad indeed
It looks to me like some host error, you say it's Ubuntu 64bit but our toolchain is detecting your system as i686 (32bit)
Please post the output of "uname -a" and also "gcc -dumpmachine"
I think that PR might be a red herring because gles isn't used by default on x86 hardware and even if it was it would only be in use with vaapi or ffmpeg software decoding.
BOOT_IMAGE isn't to be used on non android bootloader platforms. Please remove that along with SYSTEM_IMAGE.
PROJECT=NXP ARCH=arm DEVICE=iMX6 ./scripts/build v4l-utils
Please note that this is a WIP and you won't have an HW accellerated video playback
Because as a security architect, letting a non-encrypted, insecure device have SSH access to my NAS without a password makes my h.air stand on end. Anyone who got a hold of my SD card would have a certificate into my NAS. Not okay.
I understand that LibreELEC doesn't support local OS encryption - this is the best alternative I can think of.
You're using a distro that actively runs as root, has a locked root password and actively broadcasts an insecure webserver on port 80 and you are worried about your sd card getting stolen?