LibreELEC Krypton/Leia/Agile 64bit kernel 32bit libs
(03-13-2018, 05:33 PM)Trash_Can_Man Wrote: i just tried your r24 on my rock64, after their partition resize it restart and drops a lot of kernel panics on boot, i need to unplug and plug again the power, after that it works fine apparently but i cant make my tp-link t4uhp dual band wifi to work (it have the exact same chipset as the one you guys sell on your store here: rtl8812au) but i dont even have a remote idea of where to start...

Wired works fine so i can maybe download stuff but i have no idea where to start as this distro have no apt-get for a start, any guide/tips is greatly appreciated...

EDIT: forgot to add that i did this test on a spare SD card i had around and its still there waiting, i can do any test without much fear of screwing it because my main card is working perfectly (with ayufan ubuntu minimal tho, i want to jump to any tuned kodi build)

Follow up to this:
Its a device ID problem apparently, im no expert on linux stuff but google allways gives you tips about stuff and the module is there, i can force load it but it say "used by: 0", and when i check the modules.alias file there is the 2357:010D (wich is allmost the same card exept with less power) but there is no 2357:010F, the chipset (and driver i assume) is the same if you look at this and this...but the libreelec OS itself is locked and im not sure if i can edit stuff without recompiling...any help is totally appreciated...

Going deeper:
i found this: https://sites.google.com/site/andreierde...shfs-howto is that still current and works? seems like a very annoying proccess so i might ask first, all my assumptions are correct and editing that file and adding a line with the correct id causes the module to be linked to the device and this MAY solve my problem or am i totally barking at the wrong tree here?

Taking a detour on the subect maybe:
looking at https://lwn.net/Articles/143397/ seems like i can link a driver to a device (so kinda the opposite of what i was looking before but working the same, i guess) but: 
a) its to late and my head is about to explode (tho i love to learn new things even the brain gets tired) 
b) again im not sure if im barking at the right tree or if that solution is even permanent, seems like its lost on any reboot
c) im also not sure how to use that but again, its to late and im starting to even confuse numbers with letter, gonna try again tomorrow if i have time
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RE: LibreELEC Krypton/Leia/Agile 64bit kernel 32bit libs - by Trash_Can_Man - 03-15-2018, 08:02 PM

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