Just an idea:
What happens if You set all NTP servers to 0.0.0.0 (or 127.0.0.1)?
1. You can use TigerVNC (included in LE repository)
2. WinSCP works fine
5. LE add-ons are basically same as KODI add-ons except some included tools/utils found under add-ons section. ( some hints here: Add-ons - Wiki )
You could use a shared MySQL (or similar) database.
That's quite common way to share info, status,... between KODI devices.
A quick overview of process:
I guess they deliver the boards with updated firmware nowadays so most quirks are ironed out Is this your main device? So when you switch on the TV it's input is set to the htpc?
At the moment yes, it's the main HTPC.
The TV (LG WebOS) is auto configured as "Intel, Integrated cfx, PC general", nothing changed manually.
A week later...
Well, surprisingly I have had no issues this far, everything I use seems to work OK.
Installation was quick, I copied in my stored, pre-configured xml-files (advancedsettings, sources and passwords) and 5 mins later I was ready to play!
From my point of view and with my environment at home, everything works very well and performance wise nothing to complain!
sur quels appareils on peut installé LibreELEC, et comment l'installer.
on which devices one can install LibreELEC, and how to install it.
Officially supported hardware currently includes:
- Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3
- x86_64 devices with INTEL, AMD and NVIDIA GPUs (note: as from LibreELEC 10, support for NVIDIA GPUs will be removed!)
- WeTek Core, Play 1 & 2, Hub
- Odroid C2
- Slice / Slice 3
- Khadas VIM (AML S905X)
- LePotato (AML S905X)
- Rockchip RK3288, RK3328 and RK339
Offial "download list" is to be found here:
Community builds and discussion of these:
TY for info/input again 5schatten !
I bought one N4200, and got it with 8GB RAM at same price (and apparently it's equipped with 120GB SSD as well) just to play with.
PS on it's way as well...
It's branded "VOYO VMac Mini PC Intel Apollo N4200"
Let's see what this box is capable of ...
Well, I have opportinity to buy these two types mentioned above quite cheaply, a good bit below retail price...
Please correct me if I'm totally wrong but both these two 'Mini PC's' should be capable to play HEVC (H.256) and maybe even HW decode 4k movies?
I'd like know if it's worth swapping 2 RPi3's (not 3+) to Intel based devices.
a. Intel Apollo Lake N4200 (4GB RAM), Intel HD Graphics 505
b. Intel Apollo Lake J3455 (4GB RAM), Intel HD Graphics 500
N4200 is slightly more expensive and has larger SSD (64GB) compared to J3455 (32GB).
How are these devices compared to AML devices (905/912) that are approx half the price?
Does the new router have same IP range?
Some routers uses 192.168.0.xx and others uses 192.168.1.xx.
It that changes and Your devices uses IP adress to connect that might cause errors.
If Your PS really deliveres 2.5A and You don't have anything connected to USB the only option is the cable.
I've thrown away a big number of cheap/cheapish cables that couldn't deliver full power.
If Your PC supports Wake On LAN then maybe Your router is capable to sen WOL command to it...
On OPEN/DD-WRT and similar based routers You can use router to wake up WOL compatible devices...