How to install Kodi from Debian
That did not work for me. SO I compailed it from source
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fsck -y /dev/mmcblk0p2
Importing Watched status
Seems to import Watched status, one has to have a Advancedsettings.xml file. With OSMC:
<advancedsettings> <videolibrary> <importwatchedstate>true</importwatchedstate> </videolibrary> </advancedsettings>
Reboot XBMC/Kodi and from then on if the watched status is set, it will be imported by XBMC.
Installing Flirc app Add Flirc sources to “/etc/apt/sources.list “ if you have i386 you’ll need to add: “deb http://apt.flirc.tv/arch/i386 binary/” if you have x64 you’ll need to add: “deb http://apt.flirc.tv/arch/x64 binary/
apt-get update apt-get install flirc
apt-get update apt-get install openvpn
Move the oven file to /etc/openvpn
The openvpn package comes with an init script /etc/init.d/openvpn. This script automatically sets up connection for every .conf (mind the extension) file in /etc/openvpn.
sudo nano /etc/default/openvpn Uncomment AUTOSTART="all"
If you have DNS issues, try:
sudo vim /etc/resolv.conf
My latest Kodi add-ons
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New manual install for OSMP
sudo apt-get install python-crypto sudo apt-get install build-essential python-pip libnss3 libnspr4 sudo pip install -U setuptools sudo pip install wheel sudo pip install pycryptodomex
wget -q https://github.com/CastagnaIT/plugin.video.netflix/archive/master.zip mv master.zip plugin.video.netflix.zip
goto Settings choose Add-on browser choose Install from zip file navigate to homefolder choose plugin.video.netflix.zip go back to main menu goto Video->Video add-ons If you dont have netflix there, go to my addons, video-addons, netflix and enable. First time you start Netflix it will ask you for your login credentials. When you first start a video in netflix plugin, it will notice you dont have libwidvine installed and help you install it. (takes a while, will download an image and extract the latest liwidvine, and install it. Let it run as root, when it asks)
LibreELEC (Leia) v8.90.008 ALPHA
Then, enable "InputStream Adaptive" and "RTMP Input" Under LibreELEC addons (VideoPlayer InputStream)
Then install plugin.video.netflix [New]
Then install plugin.video.netflix [old]
Then run the plugin, log-in, try and play a file. That will install libwidevine via some ChromeCast 2 Gig file thing.....
Then click, play....
Tidal one for me did not want to login. Kodi 2 works like a dream, plus their video work!