Wflyctl0180 services with missing unavailable dependencies everywhere

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  • Widevinecdm.so is out of date.
    There are two possibilities.

    Wait until the input stream helper makes an update, or force it manually.
    The prerequisite for this is that the Inputstreamhelper has already updated itself to version 0.3.5. Older versions (less than 0.3.4) only downloaded the old version. (You can check this under System / Addons / Dependencies, the input stream helper is listed there)

    To trigger the update, go to the directory ... /. Kodi / Userdata / addon_data / script.module.inputstreamhelper / cdm and delete the libwidevinecdm.so and the json file there
    (that's the name of the path on my LE on the Raspi 3 and the CE on the Chinaböller)

    If you then start a stream or sometimes the corresponding add-on, the input stream helper steps in between and does the procedure with the Widevine update.
    Raspi4 - LE 9.2, Chinaböller with CE
  • Thank you for your answer.

    Unfortunately, a manual update of libwidevinecdm.so did not change anything.
    I attached a complete log.

    Inputstreamhelper is 0.3.5.

    libwidevinecdm.so from 04/04/2019 has been copied from the last stable of Chrome into the /.kodi/cdm and / opt / google / chrome / directory. The symlink in / usr / lib / chromium-browser / libs / also points to the current libwidevinecdm.so. Although I am not so sure what the point is. The installation of Widevine was not that easy to find on the net and there were no instructions for Ubuntu directly on the PC. Here in the forum too, the search did not yield any clear instructions.

    I don't have /.kodi/Userdata/addon_data/script.module.inputstreamhelper/cdm in my Kodi directory, but only under "Addons" script.module.inputstreamhelper but without the directory "cdm"

    I am using XUbuntu 18.04 on a PC
    Kodi 03/18 from 06/21/2019
    ZattooHiQ 1.7.0.6
  • I tested ZattooHiQ (under Kodi Krypton), but unfortunately the software is anything but useful.

    - Program information is not loaded in the background, but blocks the entire system.
    - Sometimes program information is displayed, sometimes not.
    - If no program information is available, the entire menu does not work (e.g. two-channel sound, etc.)
    - Dropouts and drops are the order of the day.
    - Recordings that were started via the Zattoo website are not displayed under "Recordings".

    Just for info.
    Too bad, it would be extremely cool if there was an open source software that could be used for Internet TV and, for example, could replace the Zattoo app for Apple TV.
    But yes, the problem has been known for years.
  • acnp77 wrote:

    I tested ZattooHiQ (under Kodi Krypton), but unfortunately the software is anything but useful.

    - Program information is not loaded in the background, but blocks the entire system.
    - Sometimes program information is displayed, sometimes not.
    - If no program information is available, the entire menu does not work (e.g. two-channel sound, etc.)
    - Dropouts and drops are the order of the day.
    - Recordings that were started via the Zattoo website are not displayed under "Recordings".

    Just for info.
    Too bad, it would be extremely cool if there was an open source software that could be used for Internet TV and, for example, could replace the Zattoo app for Apple TV.
    But yes, the problem has been known for years.
    I can not confirm. I've been using the add-on since Dec. 2018 and I'm very satisfied. Except for the sudden interruption of widevine, which only prevents HD viewing. In SD everything works fine. All recordings are also displayed.

    Very rarely do you have to renew the database if something is wrong in the EPG, and that works quickly. But that is negligible for what is offered.
  • But that's how I see it: I've been using the add-on or its predecessor for a long time, and I think it's absolutely useful! In addition, rolapp is always open to criticism and suggestions for improvement, and as far as the open source idea is concerned (the entire add-on is available in the form of Python scripts and can be adapted), I can only say that he is also willing to hand it through the To accept meaningful code changes made by the user and to integrate them into the add-on in the interest of everyone!

    In my opinion, only one of the points of criticism mentioned applies: If there is no program information, the entire menu does not work (e.g. two-channel sound, etc.) - yes, that is actually a little unfortunate possibly in need of improvement - perhaps it could be better designed in such a way that the elements of the OSD that are not available due to the missing program information are displayed in gray and the elements that are not affected by this can still be used? Alternatively, you have to make do with assigning all of the functions from the OSD that appear to be important to the liveTV keymap.

    In my experience, however, this situation does not occur too often. First of all, you can try to update the database using the item "Refresh database and clear cache" in the "Settings" and thereby supplement the missing program To effect info.
  • there are a few things that are wrong. Program loading data in the background no favorites shitty internet connection. I can't understand what happened with the recordings. But I don't care about anything. No time for me, let alone for individuals. The forum was in the idle phase for a long time because it is running.

    Thank you two
  • Hello dear forum community

    I have a question about the Xiaomi Mi Box with Android TV. I installed a Kodi (version Leia 18.2) on it, officially from the Playstore. I installed the Zatto Hiq addon from Rolapp in it. (Zattoo Premium Account, Swiss IP address, without DNS tricks).

    So far everything is going very well and everything is very smooth. However, this box apparently sends the entire OS and apps to sleep mode when you turn it off using the remote control. Similar to a smartphone when you lock it.

    The addon seems to have problems with that. For example, if the box is not used for 2 - 3 days, the add-on does not work properly, it does not display any program information (it is somehow logical, it cannot download anything)

    To get it going again, you have to briefly disconnect the box from the power supply, then I can restart Kodi, then it downloads the information again and works great again.

    What hardware / operating systems do you use?
    Has anyone had similar experiences? Does anyone have any advice on how I can improve this? The Kodi does not seem to have any problems with this "smartphone standby", which also works perfectly after being woken up.

    I am grateful for your input and look forward to the answers.

    Kind regards, Michi;
  • dfx86c wrote:

    What hardware / operating systems do you use?
    Has anyone had similar experiences? Does anyone have any advice on how I can improve this?
    I don't use my Beelink all the time and have it completely powered by electricity via a 'switchable socket'.

    But I have no problems with the addon after waking up.



    I use these settings for the program / recording comparison.

    e / You are writing from a Xiaomi Mi Box. Is that one with only WiFi? When I wentogle it, I found some posts that some models seem to have problems connecting to the router correctly. Just an idea.
    Xiaomi Mi Box S 2020 (ATV Stock) | Mecool M8S Pro 2019 (ATV Custom)
    NVIDIA Shield 2017 (ATV Stock) | Beelink GT1 2016 (ATV Custom) | Win10 (x64)
    Kodi 19.0 (Skin by pkscout + Screensaver by enen92) | Airmouse + gamepad
  • Hello ll_h_a_r_r_y_ll, Hello Rolapp

    Thanks for your feedback.

    Yes, it is exactly one of those ... Xiaomi Mi Box S to be precise. If I were to do the same as you did with the Beelink, then there would be no problems.

    She then just has longer to start up. (It's the same with smartphones, unlocking is quick, starting takes a long time.

    These are 1st World Problems, whining at a high level ... but you are just comfortable
  • Thanks Rolapp for the tip ..... maybe it's just as easy. I will test this out on occasion. I would like to thank you all for your valuable feedback.

    With this in mind, I wish you a cozy TV evening on my part
  • Muenster. wrote:

    But that's how I see it: I've been using the add-on or its predecessor for a long time, and I think it's absolutely useful! In addition, rolapp is always open to criticism and suggestions for improvement, and as far as the open source concept is concerned (the entire add-on is available in the form of Python scripts and can be viewed and adapted), I can only say that he is also willing to hand it through the To accept meaningful code changes made by the user and to integrate them into the add-on in the interest of everyone!

    In my opinion, only one of the mentioned points of criticism applies: If there is no program information, the entire menu does not work (e.g. two-channel sound, etc.) - yes, that is actually a bit unfortunate possibly in need of improvement - maybe it could be better designed so that the elements of the OSD that are not available due to the missing program information are displayed in gray and the elements that are not affected by this can still be used? Alternatively, you have to make do by assigning all of the functions from the OSD that appear to be important to the liveTV keymap.

    In my experience, however, this situation does not occur too often. First of all, you can try to update the database using the item "Refresh database and clear cache" in the "Settings" and thereby supplement the missing program To effect info.
    So that you understand me correctly: I think the Python addon is basically great, but unfortunately I have a lot of problems with it. (as described in my post above.)
    I've been using Kodi (or earlier "XMBC") for many years and in combination with Emby Server for some time. I love Open Source SW and am looking for a way to integrate Live TV into my Linux / Emby / Kodi environment, as I am Apple and co. think s ***** (for the well-known reasons)

    Zattoo HiQ runs on RPi's 2. Is it possible that these things are simply too weak for that?

    If you cannot understand the problems, it is probably due to me or my IT infrastructure.

    Can someone tell me what the current version is and in which repo I can find it? Ev. may it be because of that.

    Thank you very much!


    EDIT:
    I have tested something and it seems that the whole thing will work fine after a new council, but if I do not use the RPI 2 for a few days, neither program information nor "recordings" are loaded.
    ARM processors (such as the RPI 2) quickly go into a "sleep mode" when they are not needed (energy-technically great) maybe that could also be the problem.
    But I don't want to restart the system every time ...
  • @ acnp77 that with such a sleep mode is always stupid I have the impression that the cookie has expired and the background script is no longer running. Have you ever tried to renew the database in the settings. or deactivate the addon and activate it again. Then it should work again
  • enjoy the meal!

    Now I've been reading all possible answers about this app the whole time, but the information whether Full HD playback is possible on the Raspberry Pi 3 is hidden from me. Or skip over it? So far I've only watched Zattoo as a premium customer, since yesterday I wanted to be brave and treated myself to Ultimat. Of course, a glass-like Full HD picture was played in via the Amazon FireTV Stick. And about the ZattooHiQ app?

    Well ... a 720p resolution is possible at any time, I can't get Full HD to work. The stream is not started and there is no error message.

    Stream type: hls = YES
    Stream type: dash = YES
    Stream type: widevine = NO

    * Raspberry Pi 3
    * Libreelec 9.0.1

    Are there any solutions or am I condemned to switch to the Amazon FireTV Stick as an Ultimat customer?

    lg