After recently having aqcuired a Vero4K, I have been having some issues with it unfortunately.
SMB share defined via fstab is not mounted on boottime, I have to fire the following command for the mount point to be filled:
sudo systemctl restart remote-fs.target
After the command, the share is instantly available and files can be played just fine.
After an undefined period (Either active or inactive), when attempting to play a new file, Kodi attempts to start playing, but then, if not pressing the STOP button within 2 seconds, seems to lock up entirely, where the only working solution so far, is to pull the plug from the Vero4k and reboot in that way.
I tried to reboot via SSH but this results in the reboot taking a long time (with some debug information on screen for around 2 minutes or so) then the device rebooting, but never getting any video output anymore.
Both these issues were happening on the standard (updated to latest version) installation, so I decided to upgrade to some test builds available on here. The issues remained exactly the same, and I am at a loss how to continue troubleshooting this now, apart from putting the script in a cronjob.
I uploaded logs to https://paste.osmc.tv/sohipufepi in hopes anyone can give me a clue where to go next. I am no Linux hero, but comfortable on the commandline in case of any further steps to take there.
Hi… (I do not have the box yet, but i am into linux)
Issue 2 ::
If possible, login via SSH to the box, and after that make box crash.
If you the still can communicate through SSH (not disconnected), you can try to execute the command “ps aux” and look which processes is running!
After that you can try to execute “top” which shows how much resources each programs use, and maybe you can see a program taking up way to much cpupower?