I'm wondering why I bothered with my reply. A response would have been nice.
Do you have "Allow 4k" checked in the settings for the Kodi Plex addon? The settings are reached by opening the addon and clicking on your user name. From there you go into "Video".
I had the same issue with playing HEVC until i found this menu.
Me too. Whatever happened to make him go can't be any business of mine but he was the man who was going to keep S805 going in my book. In the contact I had with him on the forum I found him both patient and polite as well as being extremely talented.
Big shoes to fill but I hope that someone will step up.
A word of advice A.S.-id. Your question has been posted in the wrong place and is unlikely to receive any positive attention here. Think about it, this thread is for CoreElec on specific devices and has nothing to do with PHT.
There's already a PHT thread, albeit that it is not an addon but a discrete image that needs to be run separately (CorEelec on SD, PHT on internal for example). i'd have thought the question would sit better there or even as a new thread in its own right.
Tip: if you search the net, eventually you'll find a plex for kodi addon version 0.1.4a2 that works on CoreElec. I use it and it does all I want. The standard one (1.3?) from kodi repo doesn't work.
I have noticed that "reboot from internal" in the power menu does not work. I've checked in usr/sbin and it contains rebootfromnand but I guess that it's this command that doesn't work.
Any chance it could be fixed for the next release?
I don't seem to be getting the installation process to work for me. As I'm only capable of copying the commands into terminal, I don't understand what happens next when I've run ir-keytable -a /storage/.config/rc_maps.cfg -s rc0.
The terminal then says : "table from /etc/rc_keymaps or /usr/lib/udev/rc_keymaps". Is this a question or is it just a message to tell me what it has done?
I can confirm that the 2 files are in place (Lordjontan post #50 above) in their correct positions and that the rc_maps.cfg file has been appropriately edited. I copied them to their locations using kodi file manager.
i'd be grateful for any advice.
Well chaps, I'm sorry to differ but the ssh password is still openpht. I had posted this info earlier in the tread so it proves the point that people tend not to read before asking. I have ssh'd into the box to prove to myself that i was right before posting this.
Hi Brachiator. We seem to be hogging this tread a bit.
Yes, auto sign-in is greyed out for me too. That said, most of the time I am signed in automatically when I start OpenPHT. Since I last posted, I've not had any problems with it at startup.
The Kore (kodi remote) app from playstore works with Open PHT.
Apart from that I'd just like to comment that on a few occasions when I've booted up, it hasn't signed me in and won't allow me to sign in manually. Has anyone else experienced this and is there anything else that can be done other than reboot until it signs in and my libraries are detected?
Thanks in advance for any info on the above.
Hello @viesen. I thought it was about time I updated my earlier post after spending a little time with OpenPHT. My initial comment seems unfair now because I have seen for myself how much faster and better it is over the kodi addon. Thank you so much for bringing this to the community. I'm hooked now.
I'm now running this from internal on my MXQ S805 boxes with Libreelec running off SD card. That way, I can get to Kodi if needed by simply rebooting and back to Open PHT by "reboot from Internal" from Kodi. This way round, I can swap between them without having to physically remove the SD card.
For the benefit of other people who may be interested, in doing this, I've learnt:
- ssh command installtointernal works with OpenPHT set up on the SD card. The ssh login password is openpht.
- the version of OpenPHT left behind on the SD card can be reverted to Libreelec by placing the appropriate Libreelec .img file in the update folder.
- If you backup the Libreelec that's in internal before moving Open PHD to internal, you can restore the backup to the SD version and save loads of set up time.
- If you use Libreelec kodi's default skin, Estuary, the power menu has an option to "reboot from internal".
- The kodi plex addon still has some use as it means that within Kodi there's no need to set up file locations in order to view Films, TV shows and music. My Kodi is now only set to show addons, favourites and weather on the main screen.
Hope the above is useful to someone and not just the ramblings of a compulsive tweaker.
Thank you @viesen for this interesting development. I'm new to plex server but have it running on Dietpi and I'm very happy with it, so I'm in the interested but slightly puzzled newbie phase about all this client stuff.
I have a novice's question for you or anyone who would care to educate me. What are the differences between this and the kodi plex addon?
I have set it up on an S805 box and first impressions are that its different visually to the standard plex layout but at least equal to it. From a quick test, I think that one difference is that I can view plex channels through it. That said, for me, this wouldn't be a reason for moving away from LibreElec with the kodi plex addon.
Thanks in advance to anyone who replies.
My day just gets better. I won at snooker this evening and came home to this.
I'm very happy to say that the internal wifi is back on the S805 box marked A85 that I have in one of my rooms. I tested it on a 720 stream from BBC Iplayer so the speed is up there with the other boxes I own.
Thank you so much Kszaq and I hope you enjoyed the coffees I sent you recently (johnstanleyuk).
Sorry for the delay kszaq - the whole ssh thing is very new to me and I had to do a fair bit of reading to get you the results. You are right that the wifi did work in earlier builds, probably the 7 versions because I'd let a friend borrow the box and upgraded it when he returned it. I can restore earlier versions to test if this helps but i can't be any more specific from memory.
I hope this means something to you!
# udevadm info /sys/bus/sdio/devices/sdio*
So sorry kszaq. Like so many others before me I thought I could skip the rules for bug reporting and someone would fix it blind. Anyhow, if I've done it right here's something to go on. I took recreation to be going to the Network settings screen where only the wired option is available. As you'll see, I'm using 8.1.1 that you don't seem to have announced yet but the problem was there before when I was on 8.0.2e.
Sorry my signature is way out of date.
I have a box labelled A85 which works with Libreelec on the HD18q version using the remote from the M201. I know that wifi worked when I first set Libreelec up. It doesn't now. What's happened is that "Wireless Networks" is missing from Libreelec network settings. If I connect a USB wifi dongle, these settings reappear.
Does anyone in this excellent community have any tips on what I can do to restore the inbuilt wifi or to confirm that the wifi module has failed?
Thanks for reading