Posts by Klojum

    Apparently our forum rules were not fully clear to you. Let me reiterate those rules that are most applicable at the moment:

    Piracy Policy

    • Discussions regarding the piracy or theft of copyrighted materials will not be tolerated
    • Forum staff and users will refuse support to other users who have piracy add-ons installed
    • LibreELEC references the Kodi team list of piracy repositories and add-ons

    So, you can either come back to use with a fully clean setup of Kodi if the stutter problem is still present, or you can find your support elsewhere. Presumably at the location that you downloaded your add-ons from. For now, support to you simply stops right here.

    If you have rescraped the movie/music collection, you may have now a database with both old and new sets of data. Not ideal, but the database itself shouldn't have a problem with it. You will have thumbnails with the old and new dataset now.

    You could do a Clean Library action via the Media / Library / Music section towards the music database, but the old thumbnails will not be removed automatically.

    I think it's pretty simple: your USB flash drive(s) get a different mount device number (drive letter in Windows) from the Linux OS than your Samsung 860EVO 500GB SSD does. And basically ANY deviation in the path to your source files stored in the Kodi video or music libraries will result in a "File not found" situation. Kodi still lists your files via the database library, but the physical file location has changed.

    Does anyone know if you can install ******** in this version?

    Apparently someone hasn't read our forum rules very well during the forum registration. Any repository or add-on that is on Kodi's banned add-on list (or shows similar behavior such as facilitating video piracy) will instantly result in halting our support here.

    You're kindly requested to you get your support from wherever you downloaded that bunch of crap.

    AFAIK, the automatic update signal has been set for 9.0.1 (albeit a bit later than usual).

    Also, LibreELEC Official does not have its own update channel, so unless I'm misinformed, I'd like to know the URL of that update channel.

    It's time to see a detailed / debug enabled kodi.log , I guess.

    Please provide a full debug log.

    How to post a log (wiki)

    1. Enable debugging in Settings>System Settings>Logging
    2. Restart Kodi
    3. Replicate the problem.

    Note: Full logs only. No partial or modified logs.

    Do not post your logs directly into the forum, use and post the link.

    External Seagate drives have a bit of a history of not mounting.

    I'd say disable the mount in the file, and reboot your Kodi device (whatever that is).

    Then get us the URLs of the following commands:

    1. blkid | paste
    2. mount | paste
    3. dmesg | paste

    and we'll take it from there.

    I take it the external drive is spinning at the time LibreELEC is booting? Normally all connected drives are mounted when possible.

    Linux can be picky when mounting disks. Disks that have errors on them, or are still in suspend or hibernation mode, will not be mounted.

    LibreELEC itself does not have a hardware testing section. You could try one of these tools.

    Normally, either a memory DIMM works or not. If it doesn't work properly, the operating system tends to crash.

    A slowing down PC could also suffer a dying harddisk / SSD. You can run S.M.A.R.T. tests on those too (not within LibreELEC).