v15 Isengard on Raspbian
#1
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Is there any news on when the final Isengard will be made available for raspbian? I am now running RC1 and as far as i know there was no RC2 release and no final release.
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#2
i am also waiting and F5ing @ http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/k/kodi/
openelec is still at RC1 as well... or RC2?
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#3
Maybe because of vacation time.
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#4
Any update on this?
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#5
You have Kodi 15.1 Isengard debian packages for Raspbian (RPi 1 and 2) here: http://pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/di...in/binary/

They are based on Michael Govern's packages (the ones which are in RPi Foundation repo) with only 2 ou 3 fixes. There is also all PVRs addons updated.

You can download the needed packages and install with dpkg. There are some new dependencies, all are in the repo above.

Or easier, add the following repo to /etc/apt/sources.list:
Code:
deb http://pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/dists/stable/main/binary /

Save the file, exit to terminal, and add the corresponding key:
Code:
wget -O - pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/key.asc | sudo apt-key add -

And update and dist-upgrade:
Code:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
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#6
so there's kodi 15 now in http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/k/kodi/ but it doesn't upgrade after apt-get update and dist-upgrade ... anyone knows why?
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#7
The packages currently available in Raspbian, are fetched from http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/main/k/kodi/. This is the RPi Foundation repository.

That ones are the normal Raspbian repository, but it seems they were left out from Raspbian.
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#8
So can I install 15.1 from the raspbian repository in some way? I tried adding the raspbian repository and key manually but it doesn't recognise the update afterwards. If I uninstall kodi and install it again it does so using the old files from the raspberry pi repository mentioned by rascas. This is as far as I get with my limited knowledge Tongue
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#9
15.1 will install properly if you use the full path in /etc/sources.list

Try
http://pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/di...in/binary/
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#10
(2015-09-13, 19:23)rascas Wrote: The packages currently available in Raspbian, are fetched from http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/main/k/kodi/. This is the RPi Foundation repository.

That ones are the normal Raspbian repository, but it seems they were left out from Raspbian.
That is not correct in my case. My /etc/apt/sources.list says:
Code:
deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi
And looking in the /pool folder we can find kodi-15.1. I'm missing something about how apt-get works Sad
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#11
Raspbian is mostly a straight recompile of all debian packages with armv6 flags. There are something like 43000 packages in there.
Unless something has changed, the kodi in there is not build for raspberry pi - it is a generic debian kodi that won't work on Pi (it uses deskop GL for example).

The raspberrypi repo is built for raspberry pi, and does contain a kodi 14 that works on pi. Currently there is no kodi 15, but it will come.
You will have to wait until that is ready, or use an external repo that has built kodi 15 for pi (but I haven't tested these, so you'll have to go with advice from people who have).
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#12
(2015-09-19, 16:34)datakey Wrote:
(2015-09-13, 19:23)rascas Wrote: The packages currently available in Raspbian, are fetched from http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/main/k/kodi/. This is the RPi Foundation repository.

That ones are the normal Raspbian repository, but it seems they were left out from Raspbian.
That is not correct in my case. My /etc/apt/sources.list says:
Code:
deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi
And looking in the /pool folder we can find kodi-15.1. I'm missing something about how apt-get works Sad

http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/ is the same as http://archive.raspbian.org (kind of, its a mirror).
You should also have /etc/apt/sources.list.d/raspi.list which points to the RPi Foundation repo (http://archive.raspberrypi.org/)
The rest, popcornmix already explained.

The repo I provided, I compile the packages and test them myself with the help from other ppl too. Its a repo for a small RPi distribuition, Pipplware (currently, website only available in portuguese, sorry): http://pipplware.pplware.pt
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#13
I am in need of some assistance. I added the source address to my /etc/apt/source.list file but every time I use sudo apt-get update i get an error on Malformed line in source list. /etc/apt/source.list (dist)

Can anyone tell me what I am missing.
And yes I checked the spelling of the site several times over
deb http://pipplware/pplware.pt/pipplware/dist/stables/main/binary/
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#14
(2015-09-20, 02:16)cadavissr31 Wrote: I am in need of some assistance. I added the source address to my /etc/apt/source.list file but every time I use sudo apt-get update i get an error on Malformed line in source list. /etc/apt/source.list (dist)

Can anyone tell me what I am missing.
And yes I checked the spelling of the site several times over
deb http://pipplware/pplware.pt/pipplware/dist/stables/main/binary/

the correct line is the following (additional slash at the end):
deb http://pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/di...ain/binary /
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#15
I get an Error:

W: GPG-Fehler: http://pipplware.pplware.pt Release: Die folgenden Signaturen konnten nicht überprüft werden, weil ihr öffentlicher Schlüssel nicht verfügbar ist: NO_PUBKEY D9A264BCBAA567BB

How can i fix this?
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