Linux no menu after upgrade to kodi
#1
hi,

after updating xbmc 13.2 to final kodi 14.0 i dont have menu. Sad i see only wallpaper of confluance, i hear sound changing options by using arrows left/right but no menu Sad

any suggestions how to fix ?

ubuntu 14.10 utopic 64 bit with tvheadend
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#2
I suggest that you delete, or at least move, the guisettings.xml file from your userdata folder.
It may be that this file has been corrupted, or you were previously using a modified Confluence skin which is not (yet) supported in Kodi Helix.
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#3
i moved whole .kodi folder, and configure all Sad
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#4
Had the same issue with no menu after upgrading. Can confirm deleting guisettings.xml did the trick. Thanks dnairb. For info, I did use the stock standard confluence skin.
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#5
(2014-12-24, 09:22)sssarel Wrote: For info, I did use the stock standard confluence skin.

I believe that there have been skinning code changes with Kodi Helix, along with the separation of Radio and TV screens in LiveTv.
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#6
I have the same problem but how do I get access to the GUI-file?
I can't change anything in it (using ssh) while it is running (I can't turn it off because there is no menu) and my Ubuntu laptop wount read the xbian folder on the card when I put it in the card reader.

Jörgen


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It seems this
<startupwindow>10615</startupwindow>
Is what I should change to
<startupwindow default="true">10000</startupwindow>
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#7
(2016-12-13, 22:36)Krassegrand Wrote: I have the same problem but how do I get access to the GUI-file?
I can't change anything in it (using ssh) while it is running (I can't turn it off because there is no menu) and my Ubuntu laptop wount read the xbian folder on the card when I put it in the card reader.

Jörgen


Edit
It seems this
<startupwindow>10615</startupwindow>
Is what I should change to
<startupwindow default="true">10000</startupwindow>

Can't you just kill it ? killall -9 kodi.bin
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#8
How do I do killall?
Can I get into the terminal on startup? If so I guess I can make the changes from there.

I tried Alt F2 from the menuless screenbut nothing happens.

Jörgen
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#9
I used the ssh to access the GUI-file and changed
<startupwindow>10615</startupwindow>
to
<startupwindow default="true">10000</startupwindow>
and now it works.
Changes were done while the screen was showing wallpaper of confluance.

Jörgen
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