i don't know what you want to do exactly, but I installed coreftp lite on my win 10 pc & can copy files etc back & forth
gparted on can be booted from usb on a pc, but I don't know if it will boot up on an amlogic device.
I have no idea about modifying the internal partitions
If I were you, I would create a new image on a sd or usb, that could be why it sometimes boots to android, because the sd is corrupt.
you might then be able to install to internal, but I don't think this is supported.
try freaktab for the original firmware, or even a custom one
Is there a ready-made Kodi image with uploaded repositories and all add-ons like: movies, music, weather, IPTV, netflix, subtitles and other necessary to view videos somewhere? If someone has such a ready image to be able to upload eg. For a micro SD 16 GB or 32 GB card, please send me a link.
I will use the mentioned program on Raspberry Pi 3 Model B +.
you ARE a beginner, because otherwise you would know talking about builds etc is not allowed. Kodi, is for viewing your legally owned videos.
2 there are other pvrs ie next pvr mosaic
But you need a server, I only know that you can install tvh server & client on the same device
So, just going back to the DVB drivers question.....
In the latest Kodi, there are 3 options for DVB drivers. I had the impression that they were a mechanism for adding a DVB adaptor to Kodi and there would then be some Kodi dialog that would automatically search for TV stations etc as you'd get with a standard television/PVR box (i.e. Like what tvh does but without the hassle).
I guess this was flawed as Kodi supports DVB adaptors anyway (or at least it supported by Xbox One adaptor).
If they're not for that, what are they for? Is it for where Kodi doesn't natively support a DVB adaptor but will if one of the drivers is used (prior to configuring tvh)?
you need to select a dvb driver, then on the tvh webpage see if there is an adaptor, then you can configurre tvh via a webpage. If you don't see an adaptor, try another
I have the xbox (panasonic) tuner.
on the configuration page is a wizard follow that.
I suspect you have made the same mistake as I have in the past.
Configuration, DVB inputs. TV adapters, highlight the panasonic, on the right will be the parameters box, enable, over the air epg tick, networks, from the dropdown select your network, if there is nothing there, that is the problem. save & force scan
Under configuration, dvb inputs, networks, highlight the network, edit, select the predefined mux you want
I didn't know there was an exe file for this.
On second thoughts, are you running Libreelec or Kodi from a windows 10 pc?
I found this using google, iit says Krypton, but it must be similar
- First, you need to download the Zomboided Repsitory.
- Transfer it to your device by putting it on USB drive or using a shared network drive.
- Launch your Kodi app.
- The first thing you need to do after launching Kodi Krypton is click on the Settings Icon in the top left corner.
- Then, go to System Settings -> Expert Mode -> Addons.
- Make sure to turn on ‘Unknown Sources.’ Otherwise, you will not be able to install third-party add-ons.
- When the warning box pops up, click ‘Yes’.
- Now go back to the Kodi homescreen, and click on the ‘Settings’ icon.
- From the Kodi homescreen, select Addons.
- Click on the Package Installer Icon at the top left corner.
- Navigate to where you placed the Zomboided repo on your device and select i.
- Wait for the add-on enabled notification.
- Now, select Install from repository.
- Choose the Zomboided Add-on Repository to open it.
- Select Services -> VPN Manager for OpenVPN -> Install.
- Wait for Add-on enabled notification
- When you are prompted to setup a VPN provider, click ‘OK’.
- Choose your VPN Provider from the VPN Configuration Window that opens.
- Next, enter your VPN account’s Username and Password for your VPN Provider.
- Now go to the VPN Connections tap -> First VPN Connection
- The VPN Manager addon will now attempt to establish the a connection to your VPN provider. If all runs smoothly, you will now be presented with a list of all the VPN server locations your VPN provider offers.
- Select the VPN server that suits you most. Closer VPN servers usually mean faster speeds, but you might want to connect to a specific VPN server in case you wish to unblock a geo-restricted Kodi add-on.
- Finally, the a popup message will appear that has details of your new IP address and the VPN server you are connected to.
Is there anyone that is able to help me set this up for windows 10? please
You install the repo, you then install the vpn manager, you then follow the wizard filling in your vpn username & password.
Some skins, like the Estuary V2 mod has a backup, so,you could at least backup the skin settings.
Have you considered Coreelec? Although installtointernal is not supported. It might work
One reason I bought the celeron nuc was the inbuilt ir, which Harmony support.
Not sure about the devices on the above list
shippy , just had a quick look on ebay usa, only one intel nuc DN2820FYKH0 not as cheap as you think. This box, has hdmi 1.4. 100M LAN, also needs RAM
With Yumi, try a usb keyboard to change boot order,
Didn't you read what I wrote? There is no need to install from one usb to another.
No idea for YUMI (newer used it). Maybe it could work but because of 2 partitions requirements for LE it would mean some manual work to get it running.
I was replying to the person, (shippy) who talked about his idea to install to a different usb.
Create the usb installer, boot from it, then choose, either another usb, or internal drive. to install too
It will tell you to remove the installer usb,
as long as you have the boot order set to boot from usb first, it will boot libre from that, all settings are made on the usb
if you want to go back to whatever was on the internal drive, just remove the usb.
I have been running LE from usb on my nuc for ages.
I have used yumi, it gives you a list of various distros, LE isn't one of them, BUT I think you there is an option to install using sys? (something or other)