I got the same problem with this remote (BPR1 model, simplest one):
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I assume they just had to do something to annoy users: "Hi, why not change something that woks fine!!"
btw it is just released 2019 and we are already here, I guess you overestimate the linux kernel and ffmpeg
OK, but IMHO as normal end user after +3 years the word "new" sounds a bit wrong.
In HW world (NW, SAN, CPU, ...) that's ages...
Again, no offence, just reacting to that a +3 year old project is still called new.
The RPi4 is also in good shape but the codebase is rather new, so it is not polished yet (keep reading for details).
No offence but: RPi4 was released 2019, for how long will You treat it as "new"?
Try to run getedid create at home before travelling and you'll see... If it does not help, you may remove it through getedid delete and then reboot LE.
Well, that sounds a bit like "hit or miss"...
This might work is not so funny when away from home and Your Rpi shows... Nothing.
And bringing a computer for this purpose only (removing getedid data) sounds just a bit, well, ridiculous.
With working monitor connected, run getedid create command from SSH console and then try connecting with non-working monitors.
As I'm in same situation whilst travelling I'm curious how to achieve this.
Bring a computer to holidays? Run the getedid command at home before travelling?
Or perhaps find the rootcause?
The setup was working well with Rpi3/LE9.2 I'm curious why the setup is so unreliable as it is now.
Is behavior same if You do a clean install on a spare SD-card?
i read the tips for manual entry but its all above me - cant i just crease a .NFO file using notepad and copy and paste it into the folder like I did for the movie artwork ie poster?
Depending to size of Your media collection You might consider to get grip of one of these if You don't like the KODI scrapers for whatever reason.
There are few easy to learn freeware alternatives in the list...
I'm gonna replace my old-ish Raspi 3B that I had with me whilst travelling around with new Raspberry Pi 4 .
With 9.2.8 it has been working quite well on Rpi3 on most hotels, both within US/South America and across Europe/Africa.
So, with all issues with Rpi4 running 10.0.x having problems detecting different TV resolutions (no signal message) forcing some obscure workarounds with SSH sessions/commands or editing various text files (yepp, year 2022 that is still required? )
I'm wondering if it's safer to stick with 9.2.8 or has 10.0.x matured enough to handle various TV resolutions out of the box without all that hassle as a stable travel companion?
... should stop the popover on screens smaller than 600px.
Thanks, I'll try that later! But with "min-width: 99999px"!
Those "pop-up's" just too intrusive and annoying on any screen size.
Really strange that dev's can't make that optional!
Or just pure laziness??
LE boots just fine from USB 3 attached disk.
I had similar issues with some of my USB 3 - SATA adapters.
Some worked fine with Raspberry OS but refused to start with LE.
Another adapter (same brand) works just fine with both...
Just to mention:
I bought few different, both cheap-ish and some others from both Amazon and from AliExpress with very different results:
All images written with 'Rufus'.
Some 'no-name' adapters only works for storage, not for boot at all or just act very weirdly.
Something *is* different in 10.0.1 compared to 10.0 for sure.
10.0 starts and runs without any issues but 10.0.1 ends up and stays with a black screen...
Same cables, same TV, same setup.
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.1
I haVE no issues at all streaming 4k movies from any of my oldish NAS boxes.
Zyxel NAS-542 (FreeScale Dual Core Cortex-A9 1.2 GHz)
Using only SMB (both wired and Wi-Fi), playing with 3 x RPi4 4BB.