I had similar issue with the build in SD reader that sometimes fails to have exclusive access to SD-card but using external (USB connected) USB reader never fails.
I might be wrong here but as far as I found out You need to copy backgrounds and thumbnails to your local storage folder on Your RPi.
I used the 'Pictures' folder for that purpose.
Maybe there is another way but this works...
I solved this "issue" with a good, multiplatform password manager.
Used to almost everything except banking/financial stuff.
I run my PI3's without the 'lid' on.
Temp is approx 60-65°C depending of usage.
It's not pretty but it works...
Most of Kodi addons are platform independant so these should work on both.
But there are RPi specific tweaks/"hacks" that cant be used on other HW platforms, and vice versa of course!
1. Does database cleanup after update do any difference?
(Built in or by using script.database.cleaner or similar)
2. Do You have any possibilities to put Your DB in MySQL/SQL server?
Just curious because I don't see any signs of slower system on any of my RPi2's or RPi3's...
Ohh, well. Not so much more to do then...
Thanks anyway guys!
I couldn't find anything of value while Googling for "raspberry boot param tty"...
Is it possible to create an LE addon to enable "Local Shell"?
This to minimize need/use of external computer.
My programming skills aren't even close to be able to decide if this is possible...
I installed on my rasp libreelec 7.02
When I change profile, there are scratches on the screen from the mouse pointer
sometimes the rasp crash and restarts
( before I Instaled Openelec 6.03 and I haven't this problem)
Is ther sombody who have the solution ?
To expect any help include at least a proper log, crystal ball doesn't see Your problem...:
Log - How To!
For Me following workaround worked;
Rename file to desktop.jpg
Copy to userdata foldr
Use The file in userdata folder as bg Picture.
I'm using the Plex media Player on Raspberry that is based on LibreElec. I just have one issue. Is it possible to setup LibreElec to use fixed IP for network instead of DHCP ? I searched a little in directories of system but found nothing conclusive
Yepp, absolutely no problems.
I've been using static IP's since start.
You'll find these settings under LibreELEC settings.
(not at home so I can't get the full name...)