I purchased Vero4k Sept/17 and use it with PKC and no attached storage, updates happen as scheduled - basically I use it as an appliance although I am a UNIX sysadmin and UNIX systems support engineer for the last 25 years.
About a month ago I noticed messages indicating a full filesystem and quickly tracked it down to ~/.kodi/userdata/Thumbnails was sitting at 12GB.
On my other non-appliance systems I would just delete it but decided to try and look for an “official solution” and came across a script texturecache.py that seemed officialish and ran it with appropriate args and it took my Thumbnails down to 5.3GB which still seems pretty big to me.
Unfortunately soon after I started getting errors about sources.xml being corrupt. It was missing, so I went looking and found pretty much no documentation about it except I did find one in a git repository and installed it with appropriate permissions.
Now I find that audio has stopped working - all I get are a series of very loud thumps when an audio mode changes or a movie starts etc.
I am prepared to do a fresh install but is it really necessary? Is there some fix or even a “factory reset”? I know that the way Debian/linux does audio is pretty convoluted and prone to problems, but Vero4k is sold as a working appliance and it should all be sorted out pretty well.
So any advice will be very welcome!