The main purpose of LibreELEC is to be a media center client, not a server.
Use tvheadend in a docker image instead of LibreELEC in a VirtualBox. For hosting a tvheadend server a complete graphical OS is totally over sized.
yes, but my host system is macos not linux. (sorry i have forgotten to note that)
docker for mac is available but (as i know) docker is using libs and drivers from the host system, or not?
tvheadend alone has no dvb driver onboard and macos has no dvb driver.
this was the reason to use debian/ubuntu in a virtual enviroment.
my debian/ubuntu minimal system has no x-gui or unnecessary apps
so the image size is only 4-6 gb, similar with libreelec.
thank you for the link, but can you declare me something?
your link starts the download immediately and moved me to a special thread.
i have seen this thread before (i asked here) but i haven't found this link in this thread?
in which section (which post) the link was originally?
i have updated the "normal" libreelec installation by copying the virtual .tar file in the updates folder.
the start is now some more "complete" but the x-org server isnt start.