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Published in 2017-4-1 01:29:30 | Show all floors
jernej replied at 2017-3-31 05:44
You could actually install dtc from repository. Package name is device-tree-compiler. Didn't I put ...

I don't see it mentioned in FAQ. But i don't understand what is all about, so maybe it is there, but i can't see it. I haven't seen this error before.

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Published in 2017-4-2 23:22:22 | Show all floors
Unfortunately my self build images failed at first boot. This is the massage i see on screen:
  1. sh: can't access tty: job control turned off
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Is there any problem with sources? Or i have to look for the problem in me and maybe try with different OS and new copy from git?

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Published in 2017-4-4 03:32:32 | Show all floors
Build from source worked well last time I compiled them (when I published update), so I wouldn't say that it is something wrong with them.

And yes, I mentioned dtc issue in FAQ point 10 (note).

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Published in 2017-4-5 21:36:55 | Show all floors
since the latest updates on github i can't get a working system back on and don't have the time anymore, i need to say GOODBYE guys, keep up the good work. it was an exciting time to see what a small community can bring on. Keep compiling!

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Published in 2017-4-7 21:40:17 from mobile | Show all floors

bug play video libreelec and openelec

Edited by hostkit at 2017-4-8 04:44

can sameone help me for this bug

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Published in 2017-4-8 20:45:40 | Show all floors
hostkit replied at 2017-4-7 14:40
can sameone help me for this bug

Nothing strange in the logs...

Published in 2017-4-10 20:51:05 | Show all floors
OpenELEC 8.0 with Kodi 17.1 was released (http://openelec.tv/news/22-relea ... enelec-8-0-released)
Is anybody tried to merge this openelec 8.0 branch to current @jernej fork (https://github.com/jernejsk/OpenELEC-OPi2)
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Published in 2017-4-11 14:14:56 | Show all floors
darqoq replied at 2017-4-10 20:51
OpenELEC 8.0 with Kodi 17.1 was released (http://openelec.tv/news/22-releases/184-stable-openelec-8- ...

I "jump in" with the information I have:

jernej works on mainline kernel now and will not continue to work with legacy kernels, which Openelec for Opi PC is based on. Some others try to do that, but currently it is only Libreelec 7 with Kodi 16. There is a Kodi 17 running on Armbian (not Libre/Openelec) with legacy kernel without hardware acceleration.
Published in 2017-4-11 16:03:35 | Show all floors
Christian_S replied at 2017-4-11 07:14
I "jump in" with the information I have:

jernej works on mainline kernel now and will not continu ...

I know that @jernej stopped developing OpenELEC, I know that all other things.Read carefully - the question was about merging yesterday released OpenELEC 8.0 (not LibreELEC),so I doubt it that somebody tried to merge it.



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Published in 2017-5-3 11:33:12 | Show all floors
Edited by chaszim at 2017-5-3 11:36
hostkit replied at 2017-4-7 21:40
can sameone help me for this bug

If you don't mind, describe the bugs actions, what it's doing when it happens, etc.
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