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v18 LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 18.0)
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(2016-12-12, 21:27)cabal2k Wrote: It's in the instructions for "LibreELEC (Krypton) v7.90.009 ALPHA".

Do you have a link to these instructions? I just want to make sure they're correct...

(2016-12-12, 21:27)cabal2k Wrote: The getwidevine.sh script should link to the correct libssd_vw.so

Yes, and it does, whether using the built-in add-on (as in these test builds) or when using the user installed add-on (as in 7.90.009), which is why it shouldn't be necessary to manually create the link.

The link will *not* be created in 7.90.009 if you run getwidevine.sh before installing inputstream.adaptive, in which case simply re-run getwidevine.sh after installing inputstream.adaptive.

The link will always be created when running getwidevine.sh in one my Milhouse test builds, as the libssd_wv.so is already present in /usr/lib/libssd_wv.so (and inputstream.adaptive is built-in).

However if you are switching back and forth between my builds and 7.90.009, you will need to re-run getwidevine.sh each time you switch from 7.90.009 to a milhouse build (and vice versa), otherwise the link will be pointing at a non-existant (or wrong) file.

(2016-12-12, 21:27)cabal2k Wrote: It doesn't neither work (for me and obviously sw4y) with clean install of your build and getwidevine.sh nor LibreELEC (Krypton) v7.90.009 ALPHA with actual inputstream.adaptive 1.04.
So I assume its a problem with this specific video addon for DAZN or something wrong with x64 linux versions of decrypter lib. For some people it seems to work, but I don't know if these people uses Intel machines.

I thought the error was a curl 35 error which indicates ssl handshake failure.
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RE: LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 18.0) - by Milhouse - 2016-12-12, 21:51