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(2017-09-20, 22:25)Ach!lles Wrote: [ -> ]Is this the right build?
Code:
LibreELEC:~ # uname -a
Linux LibreELEC 4.11.12 #1 SMP Wed Sep 20 15:06:06 BST 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux
LibreELEC:~ # lsb_release -a
LibreELEC (Milhouse): 8.2.0 [Build #0920f]

Yes that is the right build. Please post your debug log (wiki).
I am trying to get Kodi Log Uploader installed but it won't install. Repository is unknown.
(2017-09-21, 00:00)Ach!lles Wrote: [ -> ]I am trying to get Kodi Log Uploader installed but it won't install. Repository is unknown.

https://wiki.libreelec.tv/how_to/provide_logfile
Thanks. I will try via SSH or SMB.
redacted until I figure out how to post proper logs...
well for sure the celeron Nuc i got has more power then the Odroid c2, i had for instance if i tried to FF a 1080p h265 hevc file it would kind of stutter but do it for a few seconds and freeze, on my Nuc on other hand it FF NO PROBLEM, also dont know what it was about my 4k tv my c2 didnt like but picture does not need to fiddled with like it needed to on c2, also the scaler for SD dvd rips they look better on the Nuc then the c2
@fritsch @Milhouse

Linked are the full debug logs from a Skull Canyon NUC. I performed a fresh install of LE8.1.1 and updated to your patched build. I will work on getting debug logs from Kaby Lake NUC next.

http://sprunge.us/OXSU
@fritsch @Milhouse

Linked are the full debug logs from a Kaby Lake NUC7i7BNH. I performed a fresh install of LE8.1.1 and updated to your patched build

http://sprunge.us/cTBX
@fritsch @Milhouse

I updated the Kaby Lake NUC7i7BNH to latest nightly of LE 9.0 Kodi 18:

Code:
LibreELEC (community): devel-20170920210349-#0920-g248b290 (Generic.x86_64)
LibreELEC:~ # uname -a
Linux LibreELEC 4.13.2 #1 SMP Wed Sep 20 21:05:45 BST 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux
LibreELEC:~ # lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20170920210349-#0920-g248b290 [Build #0920]

Linked are the full debug logs. HD Audio passthrough still didn't work.

http://sprunge.us/aGCW
(2017-09-21, 06:52)Ach!lles Wrote: [ -> ]@fritsch @Milhouse

I updated the Kaby Lake NUC7i7BNH to latest nightly of LE 9.0 Kodi 18:

Code:
LibreELEC (community): devel-20170920210349-#0920-g248b290 (Generic.x86_64)
LibreELEC:~ # uname -a
Linux LibreELEC 4.13.2 #1 SMP Wed Sep 20 21:05:45 BST 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux
LibreELEC:~ # lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20170920210349-#0920-g248b290 [Build #0920]

Linked are the full debug logs. HD Audio passthrough still didn't work.

http://sprunge.us/aGCW
Which Denon do you have?

Can you try: http://fritsch.fruehberger.net/samples/t...-DWEU.m2ts
Apollo Lake 1.5 GHz Celeron NUC, 8GB RAM
LibreELEC 8.2 Downloaded from this thread.
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Adjust Display Refresh Rate: Off
Sync Playback to Display: Disabled
Sony STR-DH520 AVR, capable of all formats except Atmos and DTS:X
No audio - tried TrueHD and DTS-HD MA
Logs: https://paste.ubuntu.com/25584809/
Could you please try his latest nightly? Install it to a second USB stick or sth?
Sure I assume you're referring to 9.0 / Kodi 18 like Achilles did. I'll try that right now.
I made my own tests in the meantime. For me it looks like this:

- Milhouse 4.11.x based builds: HBR works BUT it fails with 23.976 fps
- Milhouse latest 9.0 version based on 4.13.2 - everything works including refreshrate switching
Good to explicitly note the differences.

Is the best way to install LE to a USB stick by using one as installer and one as destination?