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Hi Have clue what is going on this happen every time that I closed and re-opened Kodi, it appears network link to sever is broken therefore, I can not  play any media, but checking the sever dashboard, I could see that the client registered, also I was able to send play to the client.

 

Here is a log with bunch of errors

https://paste.kodi.tv/hotugedefu

Thanks for look into the issue.

 

 

ERROR: CCurlFile::Open failed with code 0 for http://127.0.0.1:57578/emby/kodi/tvshows/41821/47930/file.strm?KodiId=486&Name=The+100+S05E04+Pandora%27s+Box.mkv&Id=47930:
2019-05-09 20:34:07.779 T:139804225609024 ERROR: Open - failed to open source <http://127.0.0.1:57578/emby/kodi/tvshows/41821/47930/file.strm?KodiId=486&Name=The+100+S05E04+Pandora%27s+Box.mkv&Id=47930>
2019-05-09 20:34:07.780 T:139804225609024 ERROR: Playlist Player: skipping unplayable item: 0, path [http://127.0.0.1:57

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Angelblue05

You are blocking connection to raw.githubcontent?

 

Check your log.

 

Edit: actually, it seems your device is losing it’s connection.

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e123enitan

You are blocking connection to raw.githubcontent?

 

Check your log.

 

Edit: actually, it seems your device is losing it’s connection.

How do you mean, how could be  blocking any connection, I noticed that when the Kodi start up an error is displayed why? then after it established connection, but I can't play media.

What I can I do to resolve the problem.

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Angelblue05

Enable wait for network before starting Kodi in LibreElec

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e123enitan

You are blocking connection to raw.githubcontent? I dont understand what could be blocking the connection,/so how I can resolve, any suggestions? I dont have issue IPTV, I dont have issue pinging  the client.

 

Check your log.

 

Edit: actually, it seems your device is losing it’s connection.

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e123enitan

 

Enable wait for network before starting Kodi.

where is the option to change the settings, in Libreelec or Emby4.Kodi

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e123enitan

 

 

Enable wait for network before starting Kodi.

where is the option to change the settings, in Libreelec or Emby4.Kodi

 

I found i found it in Libreelec

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I too am getting these errors

 

2019-05-08 20:48:33.978 T:690   ERROR: CCurlFile::Stat - Failed: HTTP response code said error(22) for http://127.0.0.1:57578.....

 

What is trying to connect to localhost? This is on an nvidia shield, with a remote emby server.

 

Thanks

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Angelblue05

These are normal log lines. Do you have playback issues? If so, provide your Kodi log. Thanks.

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These are normal log lines. Do you have playback issues? If so, provide your Kodi log. Thanks.

No playback issues. Just started looking at the logs for the subtitle thing (other thread) and I noticed these. As a developer myself, when I see things like this in a log file, I start asking questions is all. I'm over on github now, learning a little more about how you are doing this. Hopefully to prevent more questions in the future :)

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No playback issues. Just started looking at the logs for the subtitle thing (other thread) and I noticed these. As a developer myself, when I see things like this in a log file, I start asking questions is all. I'm over on github now, learning a little more about how you are doing this. Hopefully to prevent more questions in the future :)

To allow Kodi to load content correctly, we queue up stuff in the playlist. This allows us to bypass using the plugin playback since it doesn’t get treated the same as playing via xbmc.Player. Xbmc.Player loads chapters, subtitles, which is impossible to achieve with plugin paths, even if they resolve to a local/network path. When emby playback is setup, it fails the plugin path playback, which is what you see, so that it moves on to the queued up Emby content. Edited by Angelblue05
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