Posts by Meiden

    Sorry mate, but I'm afraid S905 doesn't support HDR. Only S905X supports HDR mode.


    But... Does it have any significant improvement talking about performance?


    Same issue here.


    He compilado yo una imagen de LE 8 con Kodi 17.1. Si la quieres te la paso.


    I've compiled an image of LE 8 with Kodi 17.1. I can share it with you.


    Do the external HDD each have a label name?


    Connect both drives, and give us the result of the following commands

    Code
    blkid | pastebinit
    mount | pastebinit


    I didn't set any label name


    Here are the results:
    VVeR
    BMdB

    Code
    /dev/mmcblk0: PTUUID="99176dab" PTTYPE="dos"
    /dev/mmcblk0p1: SEC_TYPE="msdos" UUID="176D-2AFE" TYPE="vfat" PARTUUID="99176dab-01"
    /dev/mmcblk0p2: UUID="f2c26989-d7ab-4c16-9d6a-36e40c02035b" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="99176dab-02"
    /dev/loop0: TYPE="squashfs"
    /dev/sda1: UUID="5B9AA4821C625CCB" TYPE="ntfs" PARTUUID="24f17d68-01"
    /dev/sdb1: UUID="3bc77ff7-b2b5-4e2d-9ad5-98fabc815330" TYPE="ext4" PARTUUID="000dcb72-01"




    How could I set a label name?
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    Ok, I found out how to set a label for an EXT4 filesystem using e2label, but it doesn't work with my NTFS hdd.
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    OK, I got it using ntfslabel. They are set on a fix point right now, exactly as you said. Thank you very much!!!!
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    The workaround is just like this:


    For ext2/3/4 you can use e2label like this: e2label /dev/device new-label-name-here
    For NTFS you can use ntfs-3g like this: ntfslabel /dev/device new-label-name-here


    And the hdd will mount in the same point.

    Hi there,


    I have two external hard drives connected to my pi2. If I remove anyone of them or I change the plug where they are connected (I'm using a HUB) they mount in another point and all the files added to my library are unable to open.


    Is there any way to set a fix mount point for each hdd?

    Tried to get son benchmarks of my sdcard, it seems that the sdbench script gets some kind of errors:



    [font="Monaco, Consolas, Courier, monospace"]awk: cmd. line:1: Division by zero ¿LibreELEC related?[/font]


    There was a problem booting #0322 (which is no longer available on the server) but the problem is fixed in #0322b, unless it's a different problem. Can you grab a screenshot/photo if it happens again?


    Sorry Milhouse, my problem was with #0322 build, and I didn't realize that you updated the file on the repository after that. I've just flashed the new #0322b build and it's working flawlessly.


    Thank you very much and sorry for the confussion. My mistake.

    Thank you very much.
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    That would be strange. We tested that yesterday in the evening and had the same issue. We reported and Milhouse fixed it. I installed #322b myself yesterday in the evening without having issues.


    I'll report to him.


    Cheers


    Sorry mate, I didn't realize that you changed the file in the downloads directory. You are right, my problem was with #322, not with #322b.


    I'm going to try the new version right now.


    Thank you mate.
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    Working like a charm.


    Thank you!

    I tried to update from OE 6.95.1 to LE RPi2.arm-7.0-Milhouse-20160322183009-#0322b-g2f1b279 build and it resulted in a Kernel Panic.


    After that, I went back to my OE backup and I updated RPi2.arm-7.0-devel-20160321035214-#0321-g3ab346e.tar successfully.


    Is that .tar file bugged?