Linux -  Setting up an easy Linux Kodi with Live TV (LibreELEC)
#61
Hi I am bit thick and seam to wiped my box can anyone help me please I just get no files found
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#62
Hello Kimberley

It is impossible to provide any assistance to you as you have provided no information of use.

Is your post related to Live TV with Linux? I am guessing not and you just randomly posted in the first thread you found.

Read here... https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid...pid1707470
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#63
I'm having the same trouble as @Rizwan awan . @docwra  can you help with details as to how you got it to record please?
I'm really struggling to get recordings to work. I'm using the HTS Tvheadend 4.2.3-20 ~ LibreELEC Tvh-addon v8.2.112 I'm just starting with Linux. I'm pretty sure it's a permissions issue, but I might well be wrong. I have been in to Kodi to see where it was recording to and then also ssh into libreelec to find that the folder didn't exist. I created the folder using mkdir and it still doesn't work. I'll hit record and it states: 'recording started' then immediately 'recording completed'
 I'm pretty sure I'm doing something colossally stupid/ basic, but I can't put my finger on it and the fixes I've found on line talk of a hts group which I don't have on libreelec.
Any thoughtsHuh
Thanks in advance
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#64
Try setting the recording folder to somewhere else that already exists. I've mapped mine to a NAS share and locally to the HTPC and both work fine.
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#65
Sorry, I fixed it in the mean time and had just forgotten to come back on here. Thanks for the response. It turns out I'd done something stupid (in that I had a typo in my folder structure). More haste and less speed I guess!
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#66
Great guide.  Thanks.
Quote:- Test playing a channel by clicking the play button and loading the resulting playlist in VLC, you have now confirmed Live tv is working Smile

When I click play, download the file and open with VLC, it keeps asking for credentials.  I put in the admin credentials I created when I set up Tvheadend.  I've also tried the default "hts" username with no password.

VLC keeps popping back and I'm forced to "kill" the process to get out of it.

What is VLC looking for in the way of credentials?
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#67
Hi - I have a Minix U9h box running LibreELEC Kodi, using it to run my library of Movies and TV shows.
I am able to access my box over WiFi on my PC (Win 10).
Wanting to run live TV I installed TVheadend from the LE repository, both server and client.
I then tried to access TVheadend from my browser (Firefox) on my PC by typing in the IP address of the box plus 9981
So it reads https://192.168.1.106:9981
My browser keeps telling me it can't make the connection.
Am I missing something I should have done on LE or on my PC ?
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#68
I have been having problems with this. I was running Leia Libreelec 8.90.003, tvhead was working, then Tvh updated the server & hstp client. & tvh stopped unable to connect to the server from my win 10 pc. 

I have now updated to 8.90.005 & I can access the server via my browser. 

This is with Libreelc, my android box with Coreelec doesn't seem to have a problem. 

So, what version of Libreelec are you running? you could tell me the version of tvh server, but frankly, the version numbers confuse me.
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#69
I'm running 8.2.4.1.force.444.10bit LE on Kodi Krypton 17.6
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#70
sorry, I can't be much help. I suspect tvh has auto updated, you could try finding an earlier build

from here http://build.mycvh.de/Tvh-LE8/
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