Reinstalled using the guide on Download - OSMC
That leaves you with a clean install.
After reinstalling I did this:
Changed resolution to 1920x1080p - was 1920x1080i as default (!)
Changed Player “Adjust refresh rate” to On start / Stop
Removed the annoying click when click on something in the GUI
In .kodi/userdata I created “advancedsettings.xml” with settings for my “mysql” database
Changed sources.xml to fit my files on NAS (using /mnt/)
Changed /etc/fstab to my needs so the NAS shares are mounted
This is a pretty weak solution even if it does work. Ive got 2 hosed units that I have to rebuild and aside from autofs they were bone stock. Both rigs same issue, no network connectivity. I moved setup into my office and connected to ethernet instead of wifi and still no connection. Really frustrating having to redo these things from scratch.
Latest update… so, it fortunately turned out to be stupid easy to get these 2 fixed. Had to plug into Ethernet instead of wifi… and then for whatever reason I had to manually turn on eth0. Solution was:
plug into ethernet instead of wifi
sudo ifconfig eth0 up
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Worked for both down units and we are gold for those. I have a 3rd rig that I decided to do the update from command line instead of gui, and its stuck at 65% for the last 45 mins… going to go try and figure that one out now.
My early impression is this update doesnt seem to play well with wifi, but thats purely speculation at this point.