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TinkerOS with Netflix, kodi, libreoffice
#21
Thank you Mike, gonna test this out tomorrow.
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#22
Will this version work with desktop other than LXDE? Flashed official 2.0.1 and installed mate but got black screen.
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#23
i tried to start KODI but crash also on older version, why?

thanks
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#24
Hi,
I'm new with tinker board.
I try your os and everything working fine.
But i install jeedom and after, kodi won't start. I try To remove and reinstall it but nothing change.
I want to use kodi to watch iptv with a m3u file.
I also try with vlc but i Have problem with it. I Have sound but my screen stay with the first picture and Don't change.
Can someone help me?
Sorry for my english, i come from belgium
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#25
I tried several TinkerBoard linux images and found this one seems to be most stable and fast. Great job!

There seem to have one minor issue. The default DNS has an entry 127.0.0.73 which causes chromium very slow to resolve host. As soon as it's removed chromium becomes speedy again.
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#26
I updated to your latest build and netflix is no longer working. Any ideas?

EDIT: If I refresh it a couple of times it starts working again.
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#27
trying this image just now.
seems to be working quite well.
it still crashed fatally when i opened up about 10 copies of chromium and started closing them.
it then crashed in cromium on the eveningtimes website, but not fatally, to be fair this website tends to crash a few browsers.
Kodi is working well, youtube add on works well. Ram FM eighties radio add on is great.

ive noticed that Alt F1 allows you to run stuff outside Kodi, which is handy

does anyone know the best keys to use in Kodi, it seems to be the interface from hell.
if i press esc it keeps taking me back to the main kodi menu, i want to see the menu of the add on i am using
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#28
Using the newest image gives me error code M7121-1331-P7 (unsupported browser/no HTML5 video) in Netflix.
I've tried disabling the h264ify plugin, but it didn't change anything Sad

I can watch videos on southparkstudios.com, so I assume HTML5 video kinda works Huh
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#29
(09-15-2017, 09:17 PM)Eiertschik Wrote: Using the newest image gives me error code M7121-1331-P7 (unsupported browser/no HTML5 video) in Netflix.
I've tried disabling the h264ify plugin, but it didn't change anything Sad

I can watch videos on southparkstudios.com, so I assume HTML5 video kinda works Huh

Same issue here a couple of refreshes should do the trick.
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#30
This image seems quite stable to me, no major crashes since my first chromium test, im going to use this as my main tinker board image.
I had a couple of problems as mentioned at the start with Chromium, but I did kind of do a torture test (i.e. opening lots and lots of copies of chromium to see if it would hang).
Im now using Midori as a web browser, because as i like it. All my radio stations and youtube are done using Kodi.
Using Alt F2 in Kodi I can jump to another desktop, and leave Kodi running the radio station in the background.

It may be more stable , since I am no longer running radio players and youtube inside a web browser, which may more likely to crash, dont know.

Plus this image should work with my 1440 900 monitor (not tried yet) (which Lubuntu does not support)
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