Mediacentre 'Segmentation Fault' when Setting up Timer

I’ve just installed the latest OSMC (Kodi 17.6 Jun 7 2018) on a RPi3 with TVheadend 4.2.6 and running a Realtek/Panasonic DVB-T/T2 USB tuner/demodulator.

All seems to work OK as far as I can tell, except I get a ‘sad face’ crash and restart of the mediacentre when I try to set up a ‘timer’ from the ‘PVR and Live TV’ menu. Recording, time-shifting and setting up a rules based ‘auto recording’ from the EPG all seem to work fine. I’m using an external USB flash drive on the RPI to store all types of recording.

I had a look at the journal logs and saw the following message associated with the issue:
osmc-sl63un mediacenter[288]: /usr/bin/mediacenter: line 142: 2890 Segmentation fault sudo -u osmc $KODI --standalone -fs --lircdev /var/run/lirc/lircd

Anyone seen the same thing or have any idea how to solve the issue? Its not a critical issue I don’t suppose because

  1. the automatic rules based recordings from the EPG are probably better than a standard timer anyway and I can use those without issue
  2. Mediacentre restarts itself after the crash without any other issues

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Thanks for such a quick reply!

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