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invisable Offline
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Post: #1426
It's my understanding that the updated RTMP patches come from here..
http://stream-recorder.com/forum/customi...16103.html

In which case the version your are using (February 2015) is the latest version.

### edit sorry already covered ###
(This post was last modified: 2015-04-17 13:33 by invisable.)
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superceleron Offline
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Post: #1427
(2015-04-17 13:01)galopogos Wrote:  Hei Fightnight
does it means that a new version of librtmp will be released? I am using the February version in my Pi2 with the official Openlec build
thanks

No...
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Post: #1428
Hey superceleron

Just wondering for LIBRTMP for OSMC rpi2. Do I just need to replace the librtmp.so.1 (that i got from your mediafire) in /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/
And run sudo chmod 755 /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/librtmp.so.1

or do I need to also run as per Milhouse instructions.

sudo ln -s librtmp.so.1 librtmp.so
sudo ln -s librtmp.so.1 librtmp.so.0

and

not sure if this is applicable either

cd /storage/.config (does not exist)
curl -L http://is.gd/kBaTzY -o autostart.sh
curl -L http://is.gd/yQUqNm -o hacklib
curl -L http://is.gd/GJdaEY -o mktmplib

Any if could let me know please.

Thanks
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Post: #1429
(2015-04-17 18:55)slimmswitch Wrote:  or do I need to also run as per Milhouse instructions.
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not sure if this is applicable either

Those instructions are for a completely different OS, and have no relevance to OSMC.

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Post: #1430
(2015-04-17 19:17)Milhouse Wrote:  
(2015-04-17 18:55)slimmswitch Wrote:  or do I need to also run as per Milhouse instructions.
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not sure if this is applicable either

Those instructions are for a completely different OS, and have no relevance to OSMC.

Thanks Milhouse,
I'll just replace the LIBRTMP only tonight.
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Post: #1431
(2015-04-17 19:17)Milhouse Wrote:  
(2015-04-17 18:55)slimmswitch Wrote:  or do I need to also run as per Milhouse instructions.
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not sure if this is applicable either

Those instructions are for a completely different OS, and have no relevance to OSMC.

X2 Smile

Change the lib in one of this places.
Code:
/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/librtmp.so.1
/usr/lib/librtmp.so.1

Dunno which i dont have a Pi...

Btw ppl with IOS use the lib from my mediafire, the one from RP dont work( you need to check that RP)
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Post: #1432
Hi everyone,
I have installed Kodi on my new raspberry pi 2 with Raspbian OS (not OpenELEC) and I need to update librtmp to get some addons to work properly.
Unfortunately I have not succeeded with that and I need some advice/instructions.
I have tried the OpenELEC update method but it is not working.
The addon plays sound but no image, only a bunch of color squares spinning in the screen Sad
How can I overcome this issue? Has anyone been with same problem?
Is correct to use the compiled librtmp for OpenELEC in Raspbian? If not, where can I found the Raspbian version?

Thanks in advance,
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swell9 Offline
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Post: #1433
Hi,

I have 2 versions of Kodi one running on Windows and one running on a Chromebox using OpenELEC.
I have installed a playlist for simpleIPTV and it didn't work due to outdated librtmp.
I have download the latest Windows librtmp from this thread, replaced it, and hola the playlist now works.
I have downloaded the latest Raspi librtmp (having read that this is the correct one for OpenELEC) but the playlist still does not play. Are the Windows and Raspi versions not "identical"? Any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated.

Edit: I managed to fix it after lots of trial and errors.. it turns out only the linux static linked librtmp from superceleron would work with OpenELEC, at least for me. hope that helps if anyone has a similar issue.
(This post was last modified: 2015-05-07 07:51 by swell9.)
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Post: #1434
I need to update librtmp.dll

I am using ACEMAX M8/M8N OpenElec Linux.

any help will be appreciated.
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Post: #1435
Hi RP, Shani, Superceleron
New dump 5 may, does that mean new libtrmp, or are we fine?
https://github.com/K-S-V/Scripts/releases
(This post was last modified: 2015-05-15 10:16 by sattekop.)
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Post: #1436
(2015-05-15 10:15)sattekop Wrote:  Hi RP, Shani, Superceleron
New dump 5 may, does that mean new libtrmp, or are we fine?
https://github.com/K-S-V/Scripts/releases

you are fine Smile
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Post: #1437
Hello Gurus

Please help clear the confusion I suffer on which librtmp.so.x is right for me. Trawling this thread for the answer has not helped (fog is now thicker Frown ).

I'm currently running OpenELEC 5.0.8 Generic.x86_64, on Intel Celeron NUC. In the past (ie: OpenELEC 4.x.x) I followed Milhouse's excellent hack/instructions without trouble, and all worked as it should.

However, I understand only the statically-linked version will work under OE 5.x - and I cannot find a download that says it's for my OS. Obviously I don't get something in this scenario.

Could someone please point out what I'm missing (the concept) and where I should get the file.

Thanks in advance for clearing the fog...

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(2015-05-16 05:43)gjwAudio Wrote:  Hello Gurus

Please help clear the confusion I suffer on which librtmp.so.x is right for me. Trawling this thread for the answer has not helped (fog is now thicker Frown ).

I'm currently running OpenELEC 5.0.8 Generic.x86_64, on Intel Celeron NUC. In the past (ie: OpenELEC 4.x.x) I followed Milhouse's excellent hack/instructions without trouble, and all worked as it should.

However, I understand only the statically-linked version will work under OE 5.x - and I cannot find a download that says it's for my OS. Obviously I don't get something in this scenario.

Could someone please point out what I'm missing (the concept) and where I should get the file.

Thanks in advance for clearing the fog...

http://bit.ly/SCLibrtmp

Use the Linux64 statically-linked lib

Or use this one already with the lib...
http://www.mediafire.com/download/cmqs29...ied.system
Rename to SYSTEM...
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