OSMC's August update is ready with a wide range of improvements and fixes to keep your OSMC device running in tip-top shape. Kodi 17.4 has been released with a variety of fixes, and OSMC now ships with this version.
My CI adapter is still missing after the August update. (“TVHeadend Build: 4.2.2 (2017-08-18T16:24:52+0000)”) When I toggle the details for TVHeadend it shows dvben50221 = no and I assume this should be yes for the CI to show up.
Depends: dvb-firmware-osmc, dvb-tools, libavahi-client3, avahi-daemon, zlib1g, liburiparser1, python-minimal, libhdhomerun1, bzip2, liburiparser1, gzip
Maintainer: Sam G Nazarko
Description: TVHeadend for OSMC
The news announcement should not be used to report individual issues. Suggest to open a new thread with detailed report. Also there was basically no package installed with the August update that would impact wifi connection.
Is there any reason why the August update is not available in the OSX installer?
I downloaded a fresh copy of the installer last night to create a new card for the raspberry pi 3 in English but the best update it offers me is July. I created the card using July and then updated to August via a manual update on the raspberry but it would have been easier if the August update was available on the installer to begin with.
Could understand if it was the beginning of the month and the update was new out but we are well into September now.
Keep up the good work your team does an amazing job!!
Well not directly related to the installer. The installer just goes to Download - OSMC to check for the latest image which is the June one.
Reason that there is currently no August image is most likely just time. As it takes time and resources to create all the images and as you may have seen here on the forum Sam is busy fixing people’s problems
I understand the eagerness to grab the latest image. They will be available shortly. As always, we add a delay to the release of images to ensure that they are first well received by users. However with this update things have been compounded by the fact that we are migrating infrastructure to support Debian Stretch.
I’m travelling for a few days but you can expect new images shortly.
Updating from an older version will give you the exact same results as installing the very latest image. Our focus is on supporting the very latest installs and ensuring continuity.
Wanted to follow up. I tried a handful of sd cards and all failed. All were 2gb. I thought it might be a power supply issue because I’d lost the original any wasn’t able to find one that was rated 2.5+
Finally I bought a new SD card and it installed. But since I’m doing a USB install I wanted to use a 2gb sd card. What worked for me was to install using the new SD card. After the install and subsequent first boot and setup, I powered down and cloned the partition from the larger working card to the smaller sd card. That seems to be working great and gives this 2gb card something to do.