Wild guess... you hit the wifi switch by accident and turned it off. look for the switch and flip it to on again..
Did you run it as root?
Did you type the pathways into kodi, cut and paste, or update the config file directly?
I'm thinking a spelling error in the path. the l's(L) and 1's (one) look a lot alike.
copied the the error output from your first post into a text editor.. the 1's seem to be correct... next this to check is an errant space at the end of the nfs path.
another thought just occurred to me, it needs dns because it needs to phone home... :O
I need to check this out.
I'm thinking it is a dns/dhcp issue. is your nas dynamic or static addressed? and are you using just the gateway as your sole router on your network?
Try su and not sudo
then try sd creator
Sounds like a rights access issue. On the subfolders check to see if the pi has access rights to the folder and files in them.
Sounds like an issue with ACPI. Since ACPI is a specification and not a formalized standard. This means it can implemented any way the manufacturer. ACPI is really hit and miss from manufacturers
Is it 'hip' these days to use annoyingly large fonts in our forum?
Please stop that, otherwise those posts might 'accidentally' get lost.
And what do you mean by "no hypothesis"?
I take it the 'Large fonts' you speak of are the ones in place of an image to help id a user. If that is the case it is a function of the forum/message board software not something that a user does.
ah there it is... i keep looking for the familiar orange icon....
Is there an option in the new forum software for rss feeds of forum messages?
if not, WAAAAAAAAA!
If you have another device that outputs 1080 at 60hz I'd try that on the monitor to test it. It may be an issue with the monitor itself.
Once that has been eliminated, you may need to look at any addons installed those may be the cause.
If you can (I'm assuming this is a laptop or desktop) have you tried a fresh install on another boot media/device and see if it works then.
Hello to the LibreELEC community.
I have LibreELEC running on my RaspberryPi Model B+ that I compiled from source.
LibreELEC (community) Version: devel-20160412185029-r22646-g4069754
LibreELEC git: 4069754edd2ed04f24bc11ce81c7a14064d9d8b9
This problem is also in the current official version: LibreELEC (Jarvis 16.1-RC2) v6.90.005
Some of the settings in Confluence do not save between reboots:
The settings that do not save that I have found are:
- Show Weather on home screen
- Add-on Shortcuts
- The first run help opens again after reboot when browsing the Video or Music libraries.
It looks like the settings aren't being saved or recalled between reboots.
I have Kodi Jarvis RC2 installed on a Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS system and that Kodi setup install does not have this problem.
Any ideas on how to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
Have similar issues as well. I'll have to take notice of the weather on the home screen and see if that is occuring om my set up.
Please report your bugs properly, see LibreELEC
But I dont know if it is a bug yet....
It's just too bad that we have no crystal ball here, otherwise we would know what kind of hardware this is all about. If you are talking about analog audio on a Raspberry Pi, then you are totally correct. It is the achilles heel of the RPi boxes.
Using a Pi 2 here.. ... hdmi output is really weak.. haven tried the analog output.. I did do upgrade from openelec not a clean install to libreelec. (this might be the issue)
Will try a clean instal now that i have some time.
Anyone else have weak audio? I've played around with the audio setting and got the audio a little stronger, but it still seems weak.