Hi, is there any scripts for osmc argon one case for raspberry pi 4?
What doesn’t work from the raspbian scripts?
I meant for the argon one case not general scripts
Shouldn’t be a difference.
Yeah I got that. A quick google search for ‘Argon one’, suggested there were scripts for raspbian for it. Do they not work on OSMC?
i tried the raspbian script but doesnt seem to work
Quick google search found this:
Thank you for your time but I doubt that will work since it’s only for the Raspberry pi 3
Have you tried it?
Nope , I will try it tomorrow and let you know
I just mounted my Pi4 in an Argon One case myself when I saw this and followed the script install instructions linked above in post #7. While it seems to have worked, I did notice several messages regarding Python 2.7.xx modules installing so I’m not sure if this will cause any conflicts with Python 3 down the line in OSMC/Kodi v19.
Also, Settings>System Info>Hardware seems to be reporting a CPU temperature of -1 C. Is the temperature reading not yet implemented in the beta?
Already covered in the Pi testing thread.
Fixed in next build.
Sorry, Sam. I must have missed that. Thanks for the update.
Am I correct in assuming that will not allow the Argon One script/fan to function correctly until the next build?
Should be unrelated as that is just how Kodi displays the Temperatures. The Argon One script should get it’s temperature differently (I assume).
I dont think so due to python 2 as you said , but I contacted argon 40 regarding when they will release a script for the osmc on raspberry pi 4b, and this was their response: Not soon but more of later
Hi, i am new to raspberry pi and argone case as well. I followed the link but i am confused by 4th step mentioned in there so i skipped it and the fan did not work. Can you please explain it?
Do you mean this bit “Once connected, go to the root directory by using cd …” ?
If so I’m not sure what directory the author is trying to get to, but it isn’t the root directory. Regardless I can’t see that step is actually, steps should work regardless of what directory it is run in. I would contact Argon for support, as I’m not sure what else to suggest.