I hope I didn’t overlook a similar question on here.
I’ve been reliably running OSMC and Owncloud on a Raspberry Pi 2 for a long time now and everything worked really well until two days ago. For some reason I can’t reach the built in webinterface anymore which also means Yatse doesn’t work. SSH, Apache and everything else still works without problems.
I’m not aware of any updates to OSMC or the Pi in general that could have broken anything.
Web interface is running on port 8080, Apache is on 80 and 443.
The log does show the webserver starting and stopping repeatedly but I’ve got no clue why.
Alright, further investigation brought me to believe that 22:24:59 17007.564453 T:1699738608 WARNING: CSkinInfo: failed to load skin settings
is where my problem is. I don’t know how or why that should happen out of the blue but it’s where everything seems to be coming down. Could this have anything to do with this new skin?
Any pointers on how to fix this?
I’m slowly working my way through this. I can’t set the default webskin right now since Kodi won’t accept me changing guisettings.xml manually, but Chorus is working fine under http://localhost:8080/addons/webinterface.chorus/.
What the hell happened there?
My favourite kind of problem…
Thanks. I was an idiot and left it at <webskin default=“true”>webinterface.chorus. I can change it now, but it still doesn’t work. But that might have something to do with an incoherent guisettings.xml since I just changed that one line.
Thanks for the help so far, I’ll try to figure the rest of this out once I’m in front of my setup again.
In conclusion, guisettings.xml seems to have been the problem here. I’ll mark it as solved for now and update with further information if I have any.