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v18 -  LibreELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 18.0)
Not all settings of spectrum visualisation are working. "Points" looks just like "Wireframe" to me and I can see no difference between the speed steps.
Just thought i post this here because libreelec and visualisation builds are both from you, milhouse.
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New LibreELEC.tv Leia build #1207: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

SHA256 Checksum: 6654778f09722a0f0b89a3e139d4828ff19c6f1b248209d5f49237950e95f832 (RPi)
SHA256 Checksum: 70492f686a5f209a9be0284d36cd588de67ef656ece460754102dab1271ec66b (RPi2)

Code:
# uname -a
Linux rpi512 4.14.4 #1 Thu Dec 7 22:57:08 GMT 2017 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
Dec  1 2017 16:20:32
Copyright (c) 2012 Broadcom
version 38ac72569d7fbd7cf75754d9f14c2495416aaee7 (clean) (release)

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20171207225600-#1207-g587ddc6 [Build #1207]

# Kodi version
(18.0-ALPHA1 Git:a8c2c86). Platform: Linux ARM 32-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (587ddc6, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (a8c2c86, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. [PVR] PVR manager: last PVR core component is now free from GUI code
  2. VideoPlayer: fix segfault
  3. Update kernel-firmware adding Cypress CYW4373 SDIO/USB firmware (brcmfmac4373-sdio.bin and brcmfmac4373.bin)
Build Details:
  1. LibreELEC.tv:
    • librespot: fix default.py, move fifo to /var/run/librespot (PR:2293, 1 commit, 4 files changed)
    • kernel-firmware: update to kernel-firmware-7f93c9d (PR:2295, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • connman: add NTP startup patch for wider testing (PR:2296, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
  2. XBMC:
    • guilib: cleanup gfx context (PR:13137, 1 commit, 18 files changed)
    • [PVR] PVR manager: last PVR core component is now free from GUI code. (PR:13141, 2 commits, 10 files changed)
    • VideoPlayer: fix segfault (a8c2c86)
  3. vfs.libarchive:
    • added: multi-volume support (PR:11, 1 commit, 2 files changed)
  4. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Added: [env] PR:2298 (perma): Kodi updates for Jan 2018
    • Added: [env] PR:2299 (perma): /etc/shadow: fix file permissions
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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(2017-12-07, 23:34)start78 Wrote: Not all settings of spectrum visualisation are working. "Points" looks just like "Wireframe" to me and I can see no difference between the speed steps.
Just thought i post this here because libreelec and visualisation builds are both from you, milhouse.

Are you using the latest version #1205 from http://milhouse.libreelec.tv/builds/addons/ ?
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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(2017-12-07, 19:17)smp1 Wrote: Looks like there is a serious GUI performance bug that seem to be triggered by enabling/disabling Teletext.
I noticed that Kodi's sliding menus are sometimes not smooth, especially when watching a live TV and this can only be fixed by restarting Kodi/reboot.
I tried to find a way to reliably reproduce this issue and found out that the "jerkiness" appear when I enable and then disable teletext.
I should add that this seem to be RPi-specific and only happens when I turn on/off teletext on 1080i (AVC) HD channels. I'm unable to reproduce this on a PC.
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(2017-12-08, 02:47)smp1 Wrote: I should add that this seem to be RPi-specific and only happens when I turn on/off teletext on 1080i (AVC) HD channels. I'm unable to reproduce this on a PC. 

What happens if you change advanced deinterlace to bob?
What happens if you switch to "half" versions?
What happens if you disable deinterlace completely?
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(2017-12-08, 16:52)popcornmix Wrote:
(2017-12-08, 02:47)smp1 Wrote: I should add that this seem to be RPi-specific and only happens when I turn on/off teletext on 1080i (AVC) HD channels. I'm unable to reproduce this on a PC. 

What happens if you change advanced deinterlace to bob?
What happens if you switch to "half" versions?
What happens if you disable deinterlace completely? 
De-interlacing does not make any difference. Even with no deinterlacing if I switch to a HD channel and turn the teletext on/off, the FPS of menus will drop. Of course, this will not be obvious if "Limit GUI updates during playback" is set to a lower value. But with "unlimited" setting the FPS drop is very obvious.
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(2017-12-08, 01:33)Milhouse Wrote:
(2017-12-07, 23:34)start78 Wrote: Not all settings of spectrum visualisation are working. "Points" looks just like "Wireframe" to me and I can see no difference between the speed steps.

Are you using the latest version #1205 from http://milhouse.libreelec.tv/builds/addons/ ?

Yes, installed all latest builds.

Sorry, not too familiar with python. So i won't try your script anytime soon. Maybe i will try with a fresh install because i want to test tvh 4.3 with hardware encoding anyway but not on my current system...
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New LibreELEC.tv Leia build #1208: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

SHA256 Checksum: 43cbc9c2e19efc4057a40427fa2410550feba8987f2cf3fda0d422b3160ebdda (RPi)
SHA256 Checksum: 6a74f5f01dd54d704ea13762be1078339140694f3d265f59c713cc4b6c459d24 (RPi2)

Code:
# uname -a
Linux rpi512 4.14.4 #1 Fri Dec 8 23:29:34 GMT 2017 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
Dec  1 2017 16:20:32
Copyright (c) 2012 Broadcom
version 38ac72569d7fbd7cf75754d9f14c2495416aaee7 (clean) (release)

# lsb_release
LibreELEC (Milhouse): devel-20171208232721-#1208-g712987f [Build #1208]

# Kodi version
(18.0-ALPHA1 Git:588f127). Platform: Linux ARM 32-bit

Based on tip of LibreELEC.tv master (712987f, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (588f127, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. Fix file permissions on shadow file, move to /storage/.cache
  2. Prevent weak/bad root passwords
  3. Openssl 1.0.2n and heimdal 7.5.0 security updates
  4. nss-mdns library and avahi socket fixes
  5. PVR database query fix
Build Details:
  1. LibreELEC.tv:
    • /etc/shadow: fix file permissions (PR:2299, 4 commits, 6 files changed)
    • busybox: prevent weak root passwords (PR:2300, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • linux: Update amlogic-3.10 kernel to amlogic-3.10-24a7272 (PR:2302, 3 commits, 5 files changed)
  2. XBMC:
    • [Windows] move libdvd to cmake build tree (PR:13140, 3 commits, 14 files changed)
  3. Additional commits/pull requests/changes not yet merged upstream:
    • Added: [env] PR:2301 (perma): fontconfig: add kodi font folder to a list of folders
    • Added: [env] PR:2303 (perma): nss-mdns: install all libraries, correct avahi socket path
    • Added: [env] PR:2304 (perma): openssl/heimdal: Security fixes
    • Added: [pkg] PR:13150 (perma): [PVR] PVR database: Fix error "Abort due to constraint violation. Query: INSERT INTO channels..."
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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Hello Milhouse,
is it really neccesary to check the quality of the root password? I think every changed password is better than the default one.
Regards oliaros
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(2017-12-09, 13:23)oliaros Wrote: is it really neccesary to check the quality of the root password? I think every changed password is better than the default one.

We think so, yes. Have you looked at the change? passwd would simply warn if you entered a blank/weak/short password as root, while preventing non-root users from choosing the same blank/weak/short password. Now root is treated the same as ordinary users. If you don't like entering a password then configure a public/private key (and disable password login).
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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it seems, that passwd does not accept weak passwords:

----------------------------cut here----------------------
LibreELEC:~ # passwd
Changing password for root
New password:
Bad password: too weak
passwd: password for root is unchanged
----------------------------cut here----------------------

regards, oliaros
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(2017-12-10, 15:12)oliaros Wrote: it seems, that passwd does not accept weak passwords:

Yes, we've already established that - what point are you making?

Enter a "strong" password (a weak password would be something like "password" or "12345678").

Quoting from the passwd documentation page:
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Then, the password is tested for complexity. As a general guideline, passwords should consist of 6 to 8 characters including one or more characters from each of the following sets:

·   lower case alphabetics
·   digits 0 thru 9
·   punctuation marks

Care must be taken not to include the system default erase or kill characters.  passwd will reject any password which is not suitably complex.
Some might argue that 8 characters isn't enough for a strong password.
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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https://gizmodo.com/the-guy-who-invented...1797643987

I'm sorry to have to tell you that this method of measuring the strength of a password is outdated.

chinaspaghettitankflower
is a much stronger password than
C7.b#Ybs

And it's easier to memorize.
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(2017-12-10, 18:31)Milhouse Wrote: Quoting from the passwd documentation page:
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Then, the password is tested for complexity. As a general guideline, passwords should consist of 6 to 8 characters including one or more characters from each of the following sets:

· lower case alphabetics
· digits 0 thru 9
· punctuation marks

Care must be taken not to include the system default erase or kill characters. passwd will reject any password which is not suitably complex.
Some might argue that 8 characters isn't enough for a strong password.   
Thanx for the explanation. I just wondered why  lower case alphabetics in combination with punctuation marks was not enough to create a strong 8 character password. Obviously digits are missing.
oliaros
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Smile 
Hi all,

I mean, the system can suggest that the password is weak.
But it should leave the choice to the owner - is called democracy  Smile
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