I’ve reverted the changes so our next build will not have this issue for you, no date on when that will be right now though.
I was able to retrieve the files you suggested from the CoreElec 9.2.1 disk image I used to dd my SD card.
Mounted first partition with 512x8192 offset.
# losetup -o 4194304 /dev/loop5
# mount /dev/loop5 /tmp/vdisk
The I copied “/tmp/vdisk/IMAGE” file outside the directory
# cp /tmp/vdisk/IMAGE /tmp/
Unmounted disk iimage and released loop5
# umount /tmp/vdisk
# losetup -d /dev/loop5
# umount /tmp/vdisk
Then unsquashed the filesystem IMAGE
# cd /tmp/ && unsquash IMAGE
I obtained a new dir /tmp/squashfs-root
The files you I looked for are in
The path is different than yours because in my case Im looking into the pre-boot system files.
So, as patch until next release, what about if I include that files in the squashed filesystem of 9.2.2 instead copying at boot?
Of course also masking 9.2.2 rtkbt-firmware-aml startup script and adding /bin/rtk_hciattach execution at startup …
Apologies if I got the paths wrong, you could certainly do this as a workaround if you have the knowledge.
A lot of work for an ageing system.
@anon88919003 sounds good. Will it make it into the nightlies?
And yes I guess it is a bit of effort but s905x with 3gb ram is still perfect for Kodi no issues at all.
I’m not opposed to upgrading though but in this case I think it’s a fixable issue. Can you link the PR that reverts the change?
I haven’t had a chance to look yet busy ‘working’ at home during a pandemic with a kid running around but I’m sure it’s possible to make the build support both methods and choose at boot up which loader/firmware to use. If you link the PR or I track it down on GitHub I’ll have a look.
The changes are already live in our GitHub, I have reverted the driver changes just for older devices without affecting newer ones.
I’ll start shopping around for some newer units!
@adamg Uh? Did you already done the job?
But how it is possible to patch an already upgraded 9.2.2 system from github?
Maybe I’m good to un-squash and re-squash filesystem, but I’m a disaster in pull’n’roll projects from GitHub
Can someone help me with a little step-by-step how-to?
@juggie are you able to setup remote access to one of your devices so I can see if this still an issue or not and try to fix it if it is.
@anon88919003 Yep I can do that. What version of coreelec do you want on there?
The latest nightly.
@anon88919003 k will do that tomorrow (Tuesday) on a spare box. I’ll pm you when done. I presume you don’t need outbound internet access and being able to ssh in and scp files will be all you require?
Well I will need to be able to pull changed files in.
Also please install system-tools addon as I will need strace.
@anon88919003 np. I’m on pandemic dad duty right now but I’ll sort this out later today.
@juggie no need anymore, another user let me in and I was able to see the issue and fix it in the latest nightly.
@anon88919003 K sorry about that, I have a 2 1/2 year old at home so between working from home and running the day care I have little free time. Thanks for looking into and thanks to ’
I have the same problem with my BeeLink Mini MXIII (S905) TV Box …
With the previous image 9.2.1 everything went as it should.
With the update to 9.2.2, CoreELEC unfortunately no longer recognizes an adapter.
udevadm info /sys/bus/sdio/devices/sdio* | paste:
Would be great if the fix would be.
Try latest nightly build.