I just installed it (remotely) via SSH but the apt-get dist-upgrade command seems to run without any installing anything:
osmc@osmc-keuken:~$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
Calculating upgrade… The following package was automatically installed and is no longer required:
Use ‘apt-get autoremove’ to remove it.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Maybe it’s because I did a manual upgrade earlier this morning via the GUI?
Same here with confluence skin. Online-update on Apr. 2nd did not improve anything.
Looks like the libreELEC dudes have similar problems. I’ll switch one of my boxes over to LE, to see differences - or not.
Don’t run apt-get upgrade. That will break your system and you’ll need to reinstall.
If you have run this, you need to reinstall. You should’ve actually received a warning preventing you from doing this; but on older versions of OSMC this won’t show up.
The Kodi build on Raspberry Pi should show 10th April. The Kodi build on 22nd March is still affected by the issue.
Uhm, that’s surprising!
Shouldn’t we hook apt-get by a script that dumps a warning and asks for “doing anyway [Y/N]?”, then calling the original apt-get?
regarding the line in /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://apt.osmc.tv jessie-devel main
… sorry, as I just found out, I put the line into the wrong Pi. I accidentally confused 192.168.0.197 with 192.168.0.179. So the device under observation still has normal jessie source, while my spare/workbench testing equipment was shut down for a week, right after apt-get upgrade. Lost a week of investigation results. Nobody got hurt
… BTW, another observation is:
the reboot/crash has a very high probability around 02:00 and 05:00 o’clock in the night. This is apx. 3…4 hours after pressing the “Square” or “Stop” button on the remote, while life TV streaming was active until the button pressed.
the reboot/crash has a higher probability on RPi3/WiFi (>10 Crashes) compared to RPi2/eth0 (4 Crashes in the same time)
the crash/reboot never loads some of the confluence settings (weather, big icons, video calibration) on RPi3/WiFi, while the same has a 50/50 chance on RPi2/eth0
but the crash/reboot always loads TV/EPG channels on RPi3/WiFi well, while the same always fails on RPi2/eth0
May be all these observations are worth nothing, but somebody should note it. Done hereby.
How can I tell KODI to log all and everything to an external syslogd (UDP myserver.home:514, format RFC 3164)?
I have such deamon running 24/7 and I’d prefer it over SD Card writing.
There is a warning since quite a while:
“Running apt-get upgrade on your system can cause adverse effects on your system
Use apt-get dist-upgrade, which is the proper way
to administer a Debian / Ubuntu system”