v15 [solved] local playback freeze
#16
1. Yes with other files
2. No - aeon nox
3. Yes every time at the same point
4. Vlc plays all files perfectly

Tried your terminal command and got "Kodi: command not found"
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#17
I think, this is beyond my skills now and someone else should have a look....

Last thing which might be wanted by others with more knowledge....

Please make sure you use confluence as the skin to sort a skin issue out. I know, that sounds quiet senseless, but if it´s a bug in any way it´s always wanted to report it with a clean installation and the default skin.

Sorry, that I can´t help any further
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#18
Will change the skin. Do you think you could help me remove kodi completely? What directories do I need to remove. Thanks

I think at this point a reinstall is best
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#19
As I only know the commands you already tried, I think I can´t help much. I would maybe try without the *

Code:
sudo apt-get purge kodi

for a information you could post the output from:

Code:
sudo apt-cache policy kodi
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#20
Code:
[email protected]:~$ sudo apt-cache policy kodi
kodi:
  Installed: 2:15.1~git20150816.1137-final-0trusty
  Candidate: 2:15.1~git20150816.1137-final-0trusty
  Version table:
*** 2:15.1~git20150816.1137-final-0trusty 0
        500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/team-xbmc/ppa/ubuntu/ trusty/main i386 Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
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#21
also ran sudo apt-get remove kodi (it didn't error)
then ran sudo apt-get purge kodi (didn't error )

--seemed to have issues with the " * "

check and kodi was no longer in my applications

then ran the install from the wiki
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository papa:team-xvmc/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install kodi


-- everything seemed to go fine --- opened kodi and it still had my skin all my files/settings everything like before i removed it. are there more items i need to remove??
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#22
ok tried the uninstall again this time and it worked.... all setting were gone upon reinstall and kodi now plays files again. thanks for all the help
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#23
It might be, that at the first time you deinstalled Kodi, the system keeps the userdata folder under ~/.kodi

Glad that it works now Wink

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