sorry I don’t why I though you had an arm platform. You should try according to your arch. I did a quick test in arm and it worked.
You can try download the Mergerfs release Debian package for armhf and extract the binary mergerfs. Copy it to libreelec manually and run the configuration of your union mountpoint. If it works you can automate it at boot with systemd or autostart.sh
There is no need of kernel module as fuse comes already installed.
I want to build my own HTPC (x64) with AMD or Intel CPU. The network cards would use a Intel X540 or X520 chipset depending on the type of network cables I use.
I think those cards work under the ixgbe module, which according to the LE source is built in for x86
I am running LibreElec from SD card.
Can I mount the internal memory of the box as a permanent storage device?
thread pinned in this amlogic section.
You keep writing skript and script. still don’t know which one is it.
Well, don't know where the is script then, this is your libreelec box you should know. Where did you save it?
Type in terminal
Does it run?
If it says permission denied, then you forgot to add the executable bit.
chmod +x /storage/downloads/skript.sh
I use webhook as way to turn on/off (hard reset) with a script poe devices (two LE boxes) in my switch.
I just checked and they release arm binaries also. You can set up a webhook server in libreelec that can accept curl payload request and trigger shutdown via script.
Does anyone have an idea why the number keys on my TV's remote won't work via CEC? The do work with the supplied remote of my Memobox t95n, but I can't get my LG B6V's remote to work properly in Libreelec. The navigation, ok, and back work, so it's enough to work with, but I really miss the numbers keys for sms style text input, for easy browsing through movies and stuff. Another strange thing is that the color buttons from the orinal remote don't work, but the color buttons of my LG's remote do work (I have color buttons assigned in my remote.xml).
I tried running irw to see what is registered, but neither the remote from the TV as the remote from the box registers input (although the original remote works). I'm kinda at a loss how to start creating my own remote.conf if I can't see what is inputted. In the meantime I have an mce receiver connected, which is bigger than the t95n, just to have all my keys properly configured.
lg doesn’t expose the num keypad to cec. You probably have a magic remote, configure that one as ir remote and the numeric keypad will be available.
In cron always use full path
Thank you very much for your quick and precise response. I will send it back to amazon.
Can someone give me a link to a 2Gb (or 3 since there is a dtb) with a S905/S905X, and not too expensive ?
I can recommend beelink mini mxiii ii (~50) or if you want bundled dvb tuner mecool KI pro. Both of them have working wifi under current builds.
You can find them at GearBest.
As I understand the Netflix plugin doesn't work in kodi 17 (libreelec 8.x). Should work in kodi18, so maybe you can grab one of the alpha/beta Leía builds and try.
Depends, if is a kodi lockup you can enter ssh and restart kodi daemon. If is a whole system freeze and ssh is not responding power cycle would be only option. I power my kodi devices with POE, so I have webhook that automates power cycling by logging into te switch to turn off/on the power for the specific Ethernet port the device is connected.
You could also automate the restart of the kodi daemon via ssh.
thanks for your answer, that clears things to me...
You mentioned in your first post from 19. Juli 2017:
Ok, I want to do this (configure my Harmony from scratch with Lirc), but
where can I get a suitable devicetree for non-C2-devices with Lirc-support?
Can I extract the devicetree from the Marshmellow Android installed on the MiniMXIII internal memory?
I have a beelink with a harmony, you need to configure the harmony as pivos XIOS DS media player. After that the ir codes should start appearing in dmesg. From there you can create a remote.conf file for amremote.
K1 Pro Pure Nougat.
HDR and 4K VP9 Codec are super working.
Also I regret to say that DTV Application is 10 times better and useful than WeTek WETV Application.
Is that a screenshot or camera photo?
I have s905x and s905d device, and 4k ss are all mess up.
You obviously will be restricted to USB 2 speed which is nowhere near Gb maximums ( I don't think 905/ X support USB 3)
Then again, If it's enough to solve your buffering issues - job done!
Is strange the physical ports are all USB 2.0 in my boxes (beelink and mecool), but lsusb reports a USB 3.0 hub. There must be available on the board but unpopulated.
Maybe some developer can explain more in detail this.
So they are not single drivers is a whole kernel image with those drivers included probably. That script is valid for a raspberry pi with Debian not libreelec.