I did a fresh install of the latest version of osmc and while trying to connect to my wifi I get an error.
I upload the network part to pastebin to the following link 2021-08-08 04:34:17.690 T:608 DEBUG <general>: script.module.osmcsetting.net - Pastebin.com
would be great if someone could help
Are you trying to connect to a 5ghz network on a channel over 100? If so did you see this thread…
First of all thank you for the update
I was a little reluctant to take the step and update to Kodi v19, but I hit the button and almost everything went fine, except that that after the update, I could not connect to my WIFI, Changed my AP wifi channel from 112 to 48 and then I could connect.
The Vero can’t even see the AP if the channels are set to 100 or above that.
Made a little test, and everything up channel 64 is working but from 100 and up is not working.
Bandwidth is se…
No Trying to connect to a 2.4Ghz network.
Please upload full logs:
grab-logs -A and post the URL.
That’s not a full log, its only a kodi log. Can you please do as
@dillthedog, requested. So we can get a full picture of what’s going on.
I had to select wired network when installing OSMC on my SD card and then select wifi in OSMC settings. If I used wireless when building the image it would not connect. Maybe you can try this?
Same issue on my raspberry pi 4
I always got the “unhandled exception caught” error
I have no idea how to fix it
I just fixed it. Just reinstall OSMC and check wired connection instead of wireless. Connect it to your router or if you have a TV just use your remote. Then connect to your WiFi and enter your password. Then you should have an internet connection.
I hope I helped you out.