Yes, in LE 8.0 there is a CEC bug that affects Rpi & Panasonic TVs. Nothing to do except to wait for new fixed version.
Since in latest Milhouse test build (Kodi 18) CEC is fixed, it will probably be soon fixed in new LE with release (with Kodi 17).
Yes, it can be changed in Input-CEC settings. Scroll down to bottom and set all 3 sliders to middle position and try. If CEC stops working after you select OK to save settings, just reboot with a mouse/keyboard, if you have any attached...
LE 8.0 also has CEC issues on RPi3 and Panasonic TV.
If you don't have a mouse/keybord connected do not make & save any CEC option changes. If you do, CEC stops working untill system reboot.
That is much over my idle temperature of 40-42°C (Pi3 with heatsinks).
No effect, CEC does not work on this version as it should, or as it did work on v7.95.2. (RPi3 & Panasonic TV)
Yes, Pi will not try to connect to any other channel, only to the fixed (and strongest) channel on your AP. If possible choose a channel 3, or 6, or 9, if they are free of interference from neighbors.
I have a issue with wireless performance on my Pi3. I thought that it was a problem with the integrated wireless and added a USB adapter. But I still have the same problem.
Transferring a file normally gives about 4-5MB/s, but very periodically it goes down to a few Kb or even zero for a second or two, enough to mess up LiveTV or any other streaming.
Install a WiFi Scanner app on your mobile, and scan WiFi channels placing the mobile near your Pi. When you find a free channel (or one with least interference from neighbors) set that channel manually in your Router/AP.
Seem as if only detect WEP and WAPA encryption and not WAPA 2 or WAPA/WPA2 Mix.
Appreciate some help in order to solve and can connect to my network
Mine connects just fine to any WPA/WPA2-PSK or WPA2-PSK secured network...
Check your channels and manualy select one between 1 and 11 on your WiFi gateway/Router.
Use Win32 Disk Imager v.0.9.5
Connect your SD card to PC, open Win32 Disk Imager, with folder icon choose a name and place for your Image, then choose "Read".
The complete SD card Image will be written to chosen file for future writes, with the same program.
Since there was NO virus in the first place, but a false positive, and even then that benign file was removed, and since I and a LOT MORE people with many other AV programs have, nor had, any problems I don't see any reason why should any further steps be taken from the owners of this site.
If it bothers you so much, sort it with people whose program is giving you problems. This site is not the cause of them!
It depends on the enclosure and how you cool the processor...
And, I can write the same disk image to a usb using the same port. So, I can't figure what is wrong.
Can you write/coppy anything else on that SD card with some other coppy program?
I'm using portable USB HDD as file storage with LibreELEC 7.0.2
Its name in system looks like sda1_XXXX, it shared via SMB, everything is OK.
My system runs 24\7 and i share this drive as network storage.
But from time to time i need to take this drive with me, and when i come back and connect it to the same USB port, it name in the system changes a little.
For a simple, new name looks like sdb1_XXXX.
At the same time, old drive name sda1_XXXX also exists, but empty)
What hardware are you using?
Before unpluging your USB HDD do you use the menu option "Remove drive safely" ?
When I unplug my USB HDD from PI3 using this option, no problems after reconnecting same drive to the same USB port