I have just one last idea. Could you please try uninstall package alsa-utils ?
It seems,that in version of kernel 4.14 was not this package. Maybe it blocked correct output.
I´m not sure correct command
sudo apt-get remove alsa-utils
This I hope keep setting data for install again if not help.
I’ve th same problem. I’ve tried everything you all had proposed unfruitfully.
Now I’m trying to roll back to 14.4 kernel but it is not available at all.
osmc@osmc:/lib/modules$ sudo apt-get install --reinstall rbp2-image-4.14.78-4-osmc
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Unable to locate package rbp2-image-4.14.78-4-osmc
E: Couldn’t find any package by glob ‘rbp2-image-4.14.78-4-osmc’
E: Couldn’t find any package by regex ‘rbp2-image-4.14.78-4-osmc’
My knowledge of Linux is fairly limited and that would be outside of my current knowledge. If I owned this hardware myself I think my first course of action would be to get ahold of the people who make this board and see if they can assist with getting it to work with the new kernel.
Barring that I would probably just use the backup feature in the logs section of the MyOSMC app (making sure it is saved to external storage and not the SD card) and install the previous version clean with the OSMC installer (it lets you select which version to install) and then restore Kodi with the backup I made. I would then just stop updating until someone figures out how to get it going and posts instructions.
Not luck. Only 4.19.55.x
Here is what it shows:
osmc@osmc:~$ dpkg -l “rbp2-image*” | grep ^ii
ii rbp2-image-4.19.55-3-osmc 3 armhf Linux kernel binary image for version 4.19.55-3-osmc
ii rbp2-image-4.19.55-6-osmc 6 armhf Linux kernel binary image for version 4.19.55-6-osmc