Posts by gurabli

    I wonder if it is possible to play local files? I can use it on desktop to phone (with playlist and download). Maybe it can be added too?


    I must admit I have switched to using a raspberry pi (its actually much faster than my old system) and I no longer have my old system to test the builds on.

    I will have a go a building a version 9.0 though it will take a few days to finish (I'm using my low powered nas to do it).


    I would aslo appreciate a lot if you build an nvidia legacy version of LE 9.

    One favor if I might ask, if you are already building it: could you add the dual audio patch for a second build? It is only a matter of adding the patch file to Kodi patch dir when building. These older nvidia solutions are really great as audio payers too for analog audio.

    The patch is here: Link

    Not sure if the patch will work for Kodi v18, but worth a try.

    Many thanks!

    Well, stunnel has been recommended for my use case, but to be honest, I'm still in the process of testing.

    I need to stream from a remote Tvheadend backend to my local client. One option is indeed over ssh with autossh, but due to better performance, on Tvheadend forum stunnel was recommended over ssh. Since I need to use a client on C2 running LE, I can't test stunnel to see if it is indeed any better than stunnel.

    Now I'm stuck as I don't see a way how to get stunnel on LE. Mabye compile in VM?

    I am using following

    1. if pgrep "autossh" > /dev/null
    2. then
    3. :
    4. else
    5. autossh -M 0 -f -N -R <target_machine_availability_port>:localhost:22 <target_machine> -p <target_machine_ssh_port> -o "ServerAliveInterval 30" -o "ServerAliveCountMax 3" -o "ExitOnForwardFailure yes"
    6. fi

    keys are setuped between Rpi <--> Target_machine already, so simple ssh <target_machine> -p <target_mchine_ssh_port> works out of the box from Rpi shell.

    + just to be sure, crontab item

    1. */15 * * * * /storage/

    Many thanks! I do get the autossh options, but not sure about the tunnel. I want two ports from remote server to be tunneled to my local client, lets say ports 9111 and 9112. The remote server SSH is listening on port 1255.

    And where do you put/edit the in Libreelec?

    I know it's 2 years old but need to ask really ;) How can I operate with this add-on ? :)

    Got script ready but don't think locations will work ? Also don't get what's this is ? "7474:"

    Borygo77 See you didn't have any update on this. I opened another topic asking for help with AutoSSH.

    Maybe you managed to configure this on LE? If yes, could you please help me out?



    I would like to configure remote ssh to a remote server from my Libreelec device and create a tunnel for a port.

    Could you please help me how to configure Autossh on Libreelec?

    Local Libreelec -> Autossh with tunneling a port -> Remote server

    I have Add-on with Autossh installed on my Libreelec box.

    Many thanks

    yes, also 18.04 LTS made no problems, since 18.10 with kernel 4.18 we had this problems. but with 4.19.2 (4.19.0 and 4.19.1 are not working) all seems to be ok ...

    I keep my home servet on 16.04 since it is working perfectly, no need for any upgrade. So I don't know 18.04, but I saw the kernel version and than I postponed the test and migration.

    On LE I have family members with Rpi all in one solutions, there I wait for this update.

    Hello gurabli!

    I have updated to LE 8.9 too and having issues ("poll timeout") with my S960 ever since. To which version did you downgrade? How did you downgrade? Did you get it working? Thanks!


    sorry, but actually I didn't manage to resolve this at all. For a very long time S960 doesn't work with LE, and once a long standing issue is fixed, a new one is introduced :( I'm also waiting if there would be a solution for this in near future. However, based on the past few months/years, I would look for another combination. For example, running several DVBSky cards in my home media server (Ubuntu Server 16.04), it works like a charm for years, not a single error. And running Debian on RPi also works fine. If you don't have high demands, you can run an RPi2/3 with a Debian base for DVBSky S960 and configure TVHeadend server there. Be prepared that Rpi is awful for LAN and USB, but single DVB-S2 works fine (tested). Should you need more tuners, go for a stronger rig than RPi.

    Would be nice if RPi2/3 with LE8/9 + DVBSky USB would work reliable, as that would mean a cheap, simple, low-power combination for Kodi and Live TV.

    Take a look at Odroid C2 and Wetek Play2 devices (later is hard to find).