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  1. Are you sure you have set the gateway IP and all other parameters correctly¿ On your screenshot the OS sees RX and TX packets, so it is possible it is not related with the DTS but with network config.
  2. Got bundled remote to work with A5X in LibreElec, @armar you were right about not using the PWM part on LE.
  3. Thanks a lot for your help! Indeed, I got to read the NEC codes for the included IR remote with "ir-keytable -v -t -p nec". Also, I have an universal remote programmed as a MCE remote and it is read correctly after doing "ir-keytable -v -t -p rc-6" Created an rc keymap for the remote, available at: Unfortunately, I get a compile error: drivers/media/rc/keymaps/rc-a5x.c:34:14: error: ‘RC_MAP_A5X’ undeclared here (not in a function); did you mean ‘RC_MAP_CEC’? .name = RC_MAP_A5X, ^~~~~~~~~~ RC_MAP_
  4. Already tried changing CPU governor and monitoring temperatures. Perhaps is SMB related, will try with an USB drive just in case.
  5. Thanks @balbes150 and @armar for the information. I indeed had no luck with my attempts. @armar , you remember which files on dev filesystem showed activity when you tried the IR? I will analyze as soon as I fix other issues, mainly video playback starts to fail after 50 minutes playing or so...
  6. I'm working on generating an DTS file valid for LibreELEC for A5X . I don't know if this can be of help for you, but the IR part, I think where it says: compatible = "rockchip,rk3328-pwm"; It should say: compatible = "rockchip,remotectl-pwm"; And compile the kernel with: CONFIG_ROCKCHIP_REMOTECTL=y CONFIG_ROCKCHIP_REMOTECTL_PWM=y PS: I just saw you have status = "disabled"; on the PWM that seems linked to the IR, is that intentional?