It might be working on Pi4, but on Pi2/3, the wireguard module is missing in the kernel.
Had the same issue, as nimbleguardian.
My solution in the end was, installing wireguard-dkms (from raspbian repo) and just commenting out the check for kernel >= 5.6 in /var/lib/dkms/wireguard/1.0.20210219/source/compat/compat.h and dpkg-reconfigure wireguard-dkms
Hello to @sam_nazarko and everyone involved in the development of the OSMC.
I have been an OSMC user and big fan since 2014.
Until today I use RPI 2, my freiends use RPI 3b and 3b +, also on OSMC. I am aware of the regression brought by Kodi Matrix, but unfortunately, the sad truth is that for RPI 2 to RPI 3b + users, the regression is very noticeable. The video player works much worse. I know why, I know what influenced it, but my question is as follows - will the OSMC on the Kodi Matrix be improved to such an extent that the video player will be usable at a similar level as in the Leia version (no issues with h264, even h265/10bit also playable)? What are the plans in this regard? What can RPI 2 / RPI 3b + users expect? My friends and I are unfortunately considering switching to Android devices.
Please be so kind and provide an exhaustive and reasonable answer. I am not complaining, but searching for answere.
Thank you very much for your work and support for all these years.
In general, the video player is just a lot slower - starting/stopping and fowarding/backwarding works much worse. Caching takes much longer. This is how it works on three devices, the deterioration is obvious.
When it comes to h264, the experience is even worse, and I have files that sometimes show green glow on the screen.
H265 files, which were playable before, are not anymore - sound is playing, but no picture.
So are there any plans to improve the player?
This is not a NAS or network problem. Cache and player issues are related to USB drives / local files.
I’m not saying that the player doesn’t work or works with bugs, but the deterioration in quality and smoothness of working with files is noticeable. Video starts much slower, forawarding / backforwarding takes a lot of caching and when the video is stopped it takes much longer to get back to “file explorer”. @fzinken thank you for your interest in the topic
I will check these problematic files again and will take a photo of this greenish like artefacts effect. Anyway, the player itself is much more laggy and not so responsive as it was in Leia. @sam_nazarko Sam is there any chance that you will introduce some improveents into player in comming weeks or months? Are there any works in progress in this area? Also, what is there future of widewine? Really no resolution until Debian Bullseye? How did they resolve this in Libreelec 9.2? Or have I missunderstood something?
With respect, domo
I tried build for rpi4 today. dd’ed it to microSD, started, updated.
Looks good, 4k hevs @ 60fps plays smoothly.
But CEC not working. It’s critical feature for me.
I tried all HDMI ports on my Philips TV. I tried both HDMI ports on rpi4. Power on and power off both devices. Nothing…
CEC on rpi3 works like a charm.
Maybe output from cec-client will be useful:
No device type given. Using 'recording device'
CEC Parser created - libCEC version 6.0.2
no serial port given. trying autodetect:
com port: Linux
opening a connection to the CEC adapter...
DEBUG: [ 57] Broadcast (F): osd name set to 'Broadcast'
DEBUG: [ 58] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Open - m_fd=3 bStartListening=1
ERROR: [ 58] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Open - ioctl CEC_S_MODE failed - errno=16
DEBUG: [ 58] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Close - m_fd=3
ERROR: [ 58] could not open a connection (try 1)
DEBUG: [ 58] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Close - m_fd=-1
DEBUG: [ 1058] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Open - m_fd=3 bStartListening=1
ERROR: [ 1058] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Open - ioctl CEC_S_MODE failed - errno=16
DEBUG: [ 1058] CLinuxCECAdapterCommunication::Close - m_fd=3
ERROR: [ 1058] could not open a connection (try 2)
Inputs on a TV should normally not make any difference. The HDMI port on the RPi 4 that you want to use is the one closest to the USB C power input port. To reset CEC you would normally need to unplug the TV from the wall, and not just turn it on/off with the normal power button. Be aware that it is also possible that the HDMI cable/adapter you are using is not passing CEC and trying a different one may be in order. See the following…
EDIT: Please note that if you run cec-client it will break CEC in Kodi until you reboot the device.