Kodi 16?

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  • 26. February 2016 at 16:15 #18782

    When can we expect kodi 16 on rpi with max2play?

    1. March 2016 at 21:24 #18957

    With the new Jessie image this will be much more easy ­čÖé
    I’am using the pipplware repository to have an always up to date kodi… here you may find how to integrate it:
    http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=233308
    Instead of the wheezy path just use the Jessie path: http://pipplware.pplware.pt/pipplware/dists/jessie/main/binary

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    2. March 2016 at 8:26 #18960

    If I add that repo and do an update packages will thar replace the kodi package shipped with m2p or do I need to install a new package and remove the m2p one? Will kodi be integrated into the m2p Web interface?

    When can we expect the jessie-verson of m2p and does it require a fresh install?

    2. March 2016 at 9:12 #18963

    With the apt-get update and dist-upgrade process the preinstalled m2p version of kodi will be completely replaced by the jarvis version from the repository.
    The kodi integration in the m2p web interface works for me (it shows the recent version correct (16.0-2jessie)).

    The jessie image has already (marked as beta) arrived in the dowlnoad area.
    There is an manual update path from wheezy to jessie: https://www.max2play.com/forums/topic/update-auf-debian-jessie/

    But after the official release has arrived I would prefer the start with a fresh image and restore the old settings.

    2. March 2016 at 9:42 #18964

    Is there an easy way to backup and restore ask settings for kodi and logitech media server?

    2. March 2016 at 13:05 #19003

    Hi,

    Logitech media server (sorry I’m not have running it on a pi):
    http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/What_To_Backup%3F
    Look where the LMS installation on your pi stores all relevant data, create a smb share to the folder and copy all to your PC. Backward same procedure…

    Kodi: As far as I know, the default user for kodi on m2p ist pi himself.
    So create a smb share to /home/pi/.kodi/ (otherwise it would be /home/kodi/.kodi/) and copy the content to your backup location… in the new image copy it back, start Kodi 15.2 once and then update to Jarvis…

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