Something has gone wrong - I have two Raspberry Pi 3’s both have had OSMC loaded on them and have been working fine… until today. As luck would have it, I chose to reboot both, and both go down nicely, then the blue screen with the OSMC symbol appears… and then they go to a blank screen and just sit there.
I can SSH into them, so I know the OS is running, but I’m not sure what to do.
On a lark, I pulled the sd chip from one and re-loaded OSMC on it. It came up, I did some configuration, including adding smb, rebooted, then added my first source from an smb source, rebooted, and now the same thing, blue screen w/OSMC, then blank.
What happened??? I don’t even know where to start.
Setting up rbp2-image-4.4.27-9-osmc (9) ...
Hmm. There is a symbolic link /lib/modules/4.4.27-9-osmc/build
However, I can not read it: No such file or directory
Therefore, I am deleting /lib/modules/4.4.27-9-osmc/build
Hmm. The package shipped with a symbolic link /lib/modules/4.4.27-9-osmc/source
However, I can not read the target: No such file or directory
Therefore, I am deleting /lib/modules/4.4.27-9-osmc/source
Others will maybe able to advise otherwise, but I think a re-image rather than repair is the way forward.
Well, there may indeed be something up with MySQL - the logs I sent were for rpi02, which is a brand new image. On that box I attempt to set up MySQL, but even tho filling in all the entries, when I go to exit, I get a message that data is missing.
You’re not giving us much to go on. Windows. Er, which version, for starters?
Anyway, it looks like you need to open TCP port 3306 inbound for MySQL.
With that pearl of information, all you need to do now is figure out how your Windows firewall works. (Oh, don’t look at me. I need a full biohazard suit if I’m going to go anywhere near a Windows system! )
Well, what a pain the the ol wazoo. Searching mysql.com didn’t have the correct info Per suggestion google to the rescue and MS themselves have the answer. Rpi03 (orig image) now fully operational again.
The thing is tho, that rpi02, the re-imaged box, still wouldn’t accept the data. It kept saying the data was incomplete. Not sure why that would be, so I forced the issue and copied advancedsettings.xml over and voila, its up now too.
While I have your attention (and thank you for being here on Sunday!) on the re-imaged box as I was setting up, there was a choice that got the old Confluence skin. Previously (on rpi03), I had to download the Confluence screen… but these aren’t the same. On the downloaded version “My OSMC” is under “Programs”, in the old default, “My OSMC” is under “System”. Is there something I can do now to get them both on the old Confluence (my osms in settings) ??