Sorry to come back on the issue, I had the same problem as others and would like to learn what I did wrong while I am a for sure not a linux expert. also sorry for my english…
Doing the step " Running Hyperion.NG"
root@osmc4k:/home/osmc/hyperion.ng/build# cp /root/hyperion.ng/assets/webconfig /root/.hyperion/
cp: cannot stat ‘/root/hyperion.ng/assets/webconfig’: No such file or directory
and of curse it turns out that hyperion.ng is installed the wrong place in home/osmc and not in root.
I did change to be root buy doing sudo -s (see #) while I understood from the suggested link that this was enough to become root. BUT I suspect this is exactly the problem because I remained in the osmc dir when I performed the compilation of the source files? However what I can see now afterwords is that when I do a fresh/new ssh login as root I end-up in the root dir. Is my assumption correct ?
Also what to do now? Can I just copy osmc/Hyperion.ng as suggest by Numiah too root or is there a more correct way doing this on linux ? or should I recompile from the root dir? also I did not manage to find .hyperion in the /home/osmc/ dir using ls -a ?
As a newbie I feel stupid to ask silly questions but would like to learn
make sure the folder is actually there. It might help to use a sftp browser like filezilla or winscp to get a better grasp on what the remote file structure actually is.
I bet you’ll still find everything under /osmc/hyperion.ng/…
Did you start over from the top? Including a fresh github checkout?
PS: Maybe someone could enlighten me on how to package hyperion.ng into an installable addon for osmc so it gets easier for the non linux heads (still is hard for me as well )