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v19 LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 19.0)
First thoughts - 

i can access the media drives - good
docker did not start - errors in the log (I’ll review)
xbmcvfs.translatePath errors in the logs, I have already raised Pull requests already for most of these.

cleaned up and removed duplicated add ons.
Addon 'game.controller.snes' already present with higher version 1.0.9 at '/usr/share/kodi/addons/game.controller.snes/' - other version 1.0.8 at '/storage/.kodi/addons/game.controller.snes/' will be ignored
Addon 'game.controller.default' already present with higher version 1.0.9 at '/usr/share/kodi/addons/game.controller.default/' - other version 1.0.8 at '/storage/.kodi/addons/game.controller.default/' will be ignored

Logs are at: http://ix.io/2Buf

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i fixed the docker default.py IS and IS NOT, docker still erroring.
log definitely cleaner after above fixes mentioned were done.

http://ix.io/2Bus
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Updated to “LibreELEC (community): nightly-20201024-636e32e (Generic.x86_64)”
it is working correctly.

Only things that didn’t work correctly are that the following add ons where disabled - as “incompatible add-ons”.
it looks like the add ons as below have not been updated in the repository - and they need to be due to the API change.

LibreELEC:~/.kodi/addons # cat inputstream.*/addon.xml | pastebinit 
http://ix.io/2BON
LibreELEC:~/.kodi/addons # ls -la inputstream.*/addon.xml
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root          3699 Sep 12 14:59 inputstream.adaptive/addon.xml
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root          8425 Sep 23 22:34 inputstream.ffmpegdirect/addon.xml
-rw-r--r--    1 root     root          1560 Oct 18 18:00 inputstream.rtmp/addon.xml

https://github.com/peak3d/inputstream.ad...issues/537
https://github.com/xbmc/inputstream.ffmp.../issues/73
https://github.com/xbmc/inputstream.rtmp/pull/69

FIXED: repository updated with code.
https://github.com/LibreELEC/LibreELEC.tv/issues/4620
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Try this: https://github.com/z-e-r-o/LibreELEC.tv/...64ed62.tar
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(2020-10-29, 18:01)-zero- Wrote: Try this: https://github.com/z-e-r-o/LibreELEC.tv/...64ed62.tar
Hi @-zero- I have been doing a fair bit of tinkering and testing (with CEC framework too) my updates are all at https://github.com/heitbaum/LibreELEC.tv 

I have things running pretty well. I’m going to have a look at your diffs from LibreElec master and incorporate them. My version running now is against kernel 5.9.2 on the NUC6.
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This thread has now been unstickied as Milhouse is no longer providing his test builds.

It has been replaced by this thread as a pointer towards the LE nightly test builds.
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@Milhouse Sincere thanks for many, many years of helping the community! Very much appreciated! Please enjoy your well-deserved "retirement", whatever you do now...
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(2020-11-24, 22:53)M4tt0 Wrote: @Milhouse Sincere thanks for many, many years of helping the community! Very much appreciated! Please enjoy your well-deserved "retirement", whatever you do now...
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Do latest test builds of LibreELEC (got by test.libreelec.tv) work on Intel NUC 10I3 giving 4K HDR 10bits output?
I'd like to get one, because I'm tired out of android boxes and CoreELEC bugs...
Thanks
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(2020-11-26, 12:06)fbi1970 Wrote: Do latest test builds of LibreELEC (got by test.libreelec.tv) work on Intel NUC 10I3 giving 4K HDR 10bits output?
Good question. I was about to post same question.

I switched to Win10 on my NUC8 to get HDR on Kodi 19 alpha/beta builds which works. But Win10 as a media player is horrible. Windows is forever doing updates and while Kodi is idle the NUC processor and network traffic are both active. I really don’t want to use Win10 for Kodi.
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(2020-12-02, 22:15)HomerJau Wrote: Good question. I was about to post same question.
I switched to Win10 on my NUC8 to get HDR on Kodi 19 alpha/beta builds which works. But Win10 as a media player is horrible. Windows is forever doing updates and while Kodi is idle the NUC processor and network traffic are both active. I really don’t want to use Win10 for Kodi.
I tested it on real hardware on LibreELEC. It does not. It's a matter about the LSPCON, a chip about internal video conversion from DisplayPort to HDMI. On LibreELEC forum there're long threads about this matter.
On Windows 10 it works, but it's a real pain to use Kodi on Windows.
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Kodi 19 libreelec test
I cannot find the version 19 download...
Assistance..?
Thank you
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(2021-03-02, 15:39)jlm86 Wrote: Kodi 19 libreelec test
I cannot find the version 19 download...
Assistance..?
Thank you


https://test.libreelec.tv/ > search for generic
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