Kodi from Debian - Support Thread
#31
(2021-09-26, 09:33)basilgello Wrote: @MsKlywenn yesterday VAAPI libraries (libva and friends) got updated. Can you try updating your system?
Blindly testing is not really something I'd like to continue doing considering the risk to the machine and the data. Since the crash already happened while not playing a video, I don't think any update to VAAPI/libva would help. Or does kodi use it constantly even while not playing a video?

I'm running kodi on an xbox one now, anyway.
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#32
Hi! New to bullseye and kodi19.  This old Dell Inspiron 1720 with intel i915 chip used to run buster and kodi 17 something just fine, until the HD crashed. 

A new SSD, a fresh install of Bullseye (Kernel: Linux 5.10.0-9-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.10.70-1 (2021-09-30)), install of Kodi (19.1 Debian package version: 2:19.1+dfsg2-2)), and Kodi won't fire up.  A small window flashes up then disappears.  If I start from the command line, I get:

[email protected]:/$ kodi
failed to open zone.tab
libva info: VA-API version 1.10.0
libva info: Trying to open /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/iHD_drv_video.so
libva info: Found init function __vaDriverInit_1_10
libva error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/iHD_drv_video.so init failed
libva info: va_openDriver() returns 1
libva info: Trying to open /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/i965_drv_video.so
libva info: Found init function __vaDriverInit_1_8
libva error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/i965_drv_video.so init failed
libva info: va_openDriver() returns -1
libva info: VA-API version 1.10.0
libva info: Trying to open /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/iHD_drv_video.so
libva info: Found init function __vaDriverInit_1_10
libva error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/iHD_drv_video.so init failed
libva info: va_openDriver() returns 1
libva info: Trying to open /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/i965_drv_video.so
libva info: Found init function __vaDriverInit_1_8
libva error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/i965_drv_video.so init failed
libva info: va_openDriver() returns -1
Segmentation fault
Crash report available at /home/mark/kodi_crashlog-20211102_201746.log

I pasted the log output. ojutinusoz.kodi (paste)

Seems similar to an issue MsKlywenn had just a few weeks back...  I know the hardware can work, at least with buster and an older kodi.
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#33
(2021-11-03, 03:49)g13092 Wrote: Hi! New to bullseye and kodi19.  This old Dell Inspiron 1720 with intel i915 chip used to run buster and kodi 17 something just fine, until the HD crashed. 
...

I see you also asked for glxinfo: oditugidab (paste)
and vainfo: ugeviyitan (paste)
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#34
(2021-11-03, 03:54)g13092 Wrote:
(2021-11-03, 03:49)g13092 Wrote: Hi! New to bullseye and kodi19.  This old Dell Inspiron 1720 with intel i915 chip used to run buster and kodi 17 something just fine, until the HD crashed. 
...

I see you also asked for glxinfo: oditugidab (paste)
and vainfo: ugeviyitan (paste)

@g13092 this was already reported to Debian here: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugrepor...bug=990954

I will have to clarify this question with Mesa maintainers.
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#35
(2021-11-05, 08:18)basilgello Wrote:
(2021-11-03, 03:54)g13092 Wrote:
(2021-11-03, 03:49)g13092 Wrote: Hi! New to bullseye and kodi19.  This old Dell Inspiron 1720 with intel i915 chip used to run buster and kodi 17 something just fine, until the HD crashed. 
...

I see you also asked for glxinfo: oditugidab (paste)
and vainfo: ugeviyitan (paste)

@g13092 this was already reported to Debian here: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugrepor...bug=990954

I will have to clarify this question with Mesa maintainers.
Thanks, @basilgello.  In the meantime, I loaded buster and kodi 17 thru the package manager.  Had one flip_done time out issue, but once I found the grub work around for that, I'm running again.  Willing to partition and dual boot bullseye to test a fix if this bug ever moves along.  LMK.
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#36
Question from a newbie: What is the trick required to get access to Kodi's "normal" addon list?

Personally, I am looking for videos add-ons like Youtube and German TV repositories such as ZDF Mediathek. However, after a fresh Kodi install, the addon browser is empty. Enabling Settings->System->Add-ons->Unknown Sources doesn't help. I have not found any other relevant-looking setting.

My OS is Antix 21, which is based on Debian Bullseye and can install from Debian repos.

Thanks for any input.
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#37
(2021-11-13, 07:50)berndbausch Wrote: Question from a newbie: What is the trick required to get access to Kodi's "normal" addon list?

Personally, I am looking for videos add-ons like Youtube and German TV repositories such as ZDF Mediathek. However, after a fresh Kodi install, the addon browser is empty. Enabling Settings->System->Add-ons->Unknown Sources doesn't help. I have not found any other relevant-looking setting.

My OS is Antix 21, which is based on Debian Bullseye and can install from Debian repos.

Thanks for any input.
Hi @berndbausch !

You have to install repository from zip: https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager
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#38
(2021-11-13, 09:43)basilgello Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 07:50)berndbausch Wrote: Question from a newbie: What is the trick required to get access to Kodi's "normal" addon list?

Personally, I am looking for videos add-ons like Youtube and German TV repositories such as ZDF Mediathek. However, after a fresh Kodi install, the addon browser is empty. Enabling Settings->System->Add-ons->Unknown Sources doesn't help. I have not found any other relevant-looking setting.

My OS is Antix 21, which is based on Debian Bullseye and can install from Debian repos.

Thanks for any input.
Hi @berndbausch !

You have to install repository from zip: https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager
Thanks! Sorry for this followup question. It seems that only unofficial repositories can be installed from a ZIP file (https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager#Repositories). Is there a way to install the official repository as well?
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#39
(2021-11-13, 11:18)berndbausch Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 09:43)basilgello Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 07:50)berndbausch Wrote: Question from a newbie: What is the trick required to get access to Kodi's "normal" addon list?

Personally, I am looking for videos add-ons like Youtube and German TV repositories such as ZDF Mediathek. However, after a fresh Kodi install, the addon browser is empty. Enabling Settings->System->Add-ons->Unknown Sources doesn't help. I have not found any other relevant-looking setting.

My OS is Antix 21, which is based on Debian Bullseye and can install from Debian repos.

Thanks for any input.
Hi @berndbausch !

You have to install repository from zip: https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager
Thanks! Sorry for this followup question. It seems that only unofficial repositories can be installed from a ZIP file (https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager#Repositories). Is there a way to install the official repository as well?
I guess it is a terms clash here. Official repository in terms of Kodi means the one hosted at https://mirrors.kodi.tv It is bundled with Kodi and is part of Kodi from Debian (package kodi-repository-kodi). If you dont see any addon to install, make sure you have kodi-repository-kodi package installed:

apt policy kodi-repository-kodi

If it is not installed, install it and restart Kodi.

Now you tell me you want to install official repository for German TV channels. While German TV provider might have official addon repository, it is still considered unofficial from Kodi standpoint if the addon is not included in Kodi official repo.
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#40
(2021-11-13, 11:56)basilgello Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 11:18)berndbausch Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 09:43)basilgello Wrote: Hi @berndbausch !

You have to install repository from zip: https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager
Thanks! Sorry for this followup question. It seems that only unofficial repositories can be installed from a ZIP file (https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager#Repositories). Is there a way to install the official repository as well?
I guess it is a terms clash here. Official repository in terms of Kodi means the one hosted at https://mirrors.kodi.tv It is bundled with Kodi and is part of Kodi from Debian (package kodi-repository-kodi). If you dont see any addon to install, make sure you have kodi-repository-kodi package installed:

apt policy kodi-repository-kodi

If it is not installed, install it and restart Kodi.

Now you tell me you want to install official repository for German TV channels. While German TV provider might have official addon repository, it is still considered unofficial from Kodi standpoint if the addon is not included in Kodi official repo.
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#41
(2021-11-13, 12:33)berndbausch Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 11:56)basilgello Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 11:18)berndbausch Wrote: Thanks! Sorry for this followup question. It seems that only unofficial repositories can be installed from a ZIP file (https://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on_manager#Repositories). Is there a way to install the official repository as well?
I guess it is a terms clash here. Official repository in terms of Kodi means the one hosted at https://mirrors.kodi.tv It is bundled with Kodi and is part of Kodi from Debian (package kodi-repository-kodi). If you dont see any addon to install, make sure you have kodi-repository-kodi package installed:

apt policy kodi-repository-kodi

If it is not installed, install it and restart Kodi.

Now you tell me you want to install official repository for German TV channels. While German TV provider might have official addon repository, it is still considered unofficial from Kodi standpoint if the addon is not included in Kodi official repo.

You are right, I used the term "repository" in two ways. Sorry for confusing things. The kodi-repository-kodi package fixed my little problem. Thanks so much!

I suggest adding this bit of information to the Wiki page https://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_Ko...nux#Debian. Right now, I notice that it is mentioned in point 3.1.3, which I did not read because I am using Bullseye and not backports. I suppose that I can add a paragraph myself rather than expecting you or someone else to write it?
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#42
(2021-11-13, 12:40)berndbausch Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 12:33)berndbausch Wrote:
(2021-11-13, 11:56)basilgello Wrote: I guess it is a terms clash here. Official repository in terms of Kodi means the one hosted at https://mirrors.kodi.tv It is bundled with Kodi and is part of Kodi from Debian (package kodi-repository-kodi). If you dont see any addon to install, make sure you have kodi-repository-kodi package installed:

apt policy kodi-repository-kodi

If it is not installed, install it and restart Kodi.

Now you tell me you want to install official repository for German TV channels. While German TV provider might have official addon repository, it is still considered unofficial from Kodi standpoint if the addon is not included in Kodi official repo.

You are right, I used the term "repository" in two ways. Sorry for confusing things. The kodi-repository-kodi package fixed my little problem. Thanks so much!

I suggest adding this bit of information to the Wiki page https://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_Ko...nux#Debian. Right now, I notice that it is mentioned in point 3.1.3, which I did not read because I am using Bullseye and not backports. I suppose that I can add a paragraph myself rather than expecting you or someone else to write it?

That package is in Recommends so APT will install kodi-repository-kodi unless you installed Kodi omitting recommended packages:

apt-get install --no-install-recommends kodi

I think I will edit Wiki next week when I push 19.3 to bullseye-backports and buster-backports-sloppy. This will become an approved way to get latest versions of Kodi within Debian in a timely manner. Unfortunately, direct push into bullseye-updates and buster-backports is too long and unpredictable process to ensure timely delivery.
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#43
Quote:That package is in Recommends
I see! Obviously, Antix disables automatic recommends:

$ cat /etc/apt/apt.conf
// Recommends are as of now still abused in many packages

APT::Install-Recommends "0";
APT::Install-Suggests "0";


Sure, Antix is not exactly the same as Debian. I don't know if Debian is different.

Thanks much for your work, and help.
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#44
Hello here Smile
I recently install Debian Buster on my Raspberry Pi 3B+, after run update and upgrade I have installed kodi, but he won't load, and if I run into the terminal, I have error to connect server and jack server not loaded blah blah blah...
Is possible to fix ?

Thanks in advance !
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#45
@BadChibi - I've merged your post into the Linux Debian support thread, as it's a more appropriate place for it (and this ping is just so you can find it again).
The Pi section is more for Pi-specific issues on dedicated distributions like LibreElec, OSMC and RaspiOS.

Hopefully @basilgello , our Debian support expert can give some inputs or advice.
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