Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This is due to moving many custom lib files to /usr/osmc/lib. We will have to think about the best way to solve this, whilst still retaining the custom lib location.
Hi, I have a problem with my CEC on rpi1…after update…cec doesnt work any more…but it is new update allready out…how can I run it without cec…my rpi1 provide me new update…but I must confirm this update…but I dont have a cec or I dont have a keybord or mouse checked under setting…I allready run on ssh sudo apt-get update…but it is still the same…question is how can I run update without cec or mouse/keybord
There is no point in doing a dist-upgrade, as this hasn’t been fixed yet.
Is there a reason this is not straightforward to fix? Packages have been moved to /usr/osmc/lib, but no such library is listed in /etc/ld.so.conf.d, so these packages cannot be linked to. Should there not be an osmc.conf for this new library location?
At the moment none of the packages in /usr/osmc/lib can be used…
ok, but how can I get CEC back…I read on this forum, this issue is allready fixed…but I cant run last update because cec doesnt work…I allread run sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and we will see if CEC will be fix
People in this thread are mixing up two different issues.
This thread is talking about the command line tool cec-client - this is not working at the moment and we are aware of this.
CEC in Kodi is working however - there was a CEC problem with the initial November release on the Pi 1 which was quickly fixed and updating again should fix the issue. If you are having problems with CEC within Kodi please start a separate thread of your own.
I’ve just upgraded and faced the same issue. As @DBMandrake states the library has been moved to another location: it is in the system but kodi just can’t find it. For the time being I have fixed the problem like this: