I saw that Netflix was now working, and possible to install via some beta install or like.
I am a long time Linuxuser and i could proberly figure it out through hard work, and with trial and error’s make it work; but i rather would like if someone kind here could guide me through success?
It’s not that i don’t want to (belive me i had) read a lot of posts about it, but think it would be nice with some qualified help here.
If possible, i am very thankfull.
I got the following versions installed now ::
~$ uname -a Linux osmc 3.14.29-42-osmc #1 SMP Sun Oct 29 00:34:17 UTC 2017 aarch64 GNU/Linux
According to the guide, i need “upgrading” to stretch first, like this ? ( seems a bit confused to me, so like to be sure ) / Written by Sam Is this the right start for this ? ::
For the brave: there is no downgrading.
We have now completed the OSMC migration to Debian Stretch and we’d like your feedback.
We’ll soon produce new OSMC images based on Debian Stretch as well. However – in the interim we’d like to get as much feedback as possible, and we’d like to test that the upgrade scenario works smoothly. Most users will be updating rather than installing fresh.
We need feedback before we can make this available in the next OSMC update.
To try this:
Login via the command line110 Edit the file /etc/apt/sources.list_ Add the following line: deb http://apt.osmc.tv jessie-devel main_ Check for updates via My OSMC -> Updater._
NB: jessie-devel instead of stretch-devel is intentional. This is a large update (about 500MB in downloads) and will take a while to install on your system. Don’t change this to ‘stretch’ until the update is deemed stable (announced on blog)
While you can update via the command line, this is a less likely upgrade scenario. We’d prefer to check that updating via My OSMC works as expected. Updating via My OSMC will also update you to Stretch automatically instead of requiring you to run upgrade commands again after the initial upgrade.