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  1. Hello reader I will report here about my experience to watch Netflix as written in the title. To do so, I got a current LE image from @balbes150 (thank you). I have asked him about the different versions he offers for Le Potato: All versions of libreElec (LE) use the common core of aarch64 (64 bits). There is only one 32-bit library (arm) for Netflix. Therefore, I am releasing two versions of LE. ARM version = core of aarch64 + the whole ARM system. aarch64 = core aarch64 + whole system aarch64, this version runs 20-30 % faster than ARM. By the way, it would be interesting to check if Netflix works on Armbian, it may be possible to run it in the environment aarch64 + 32 bit library. So I chose this image: LibreELEC-AMLGX.arm-9.1-devel-20190604084103-a41fdf1-lepotato After writing the image on the SDcard I had to walk through the basic configuration of LE (by the way no SSH - you must use a Display and Keyboard) you find more information here: https://forum.libreelec.tv/board/38-amlogic/ https://libreelec.wiki/ YouTube A german screenshot film, that guides you through the process of installing the Netflix addon from libdev + jojo + asciidisco https://youtu.be/gyue62JWEkc Netflix addons; the Kodinerds repository is already part of LE, that saves you some time, update this first. The update and install of the Netflix addon (libdev + jojo + asciidisco), which has some dependencies, is tricky. I had repeated this process several times and a reboot once, because it would only install a few, but not all of the 9 dependencies at once. After 4 or 5 times it confirmed: installed. Now, keep following the YouTube film mentioned above. Adding your credtials to get access to Netflix. WideVine for digital rights mgmnt (DRM), is extracted from ChromeOS - this will download 2Gb Load on the hardware Press the "O" key on the keyboard when playing the video and the service information about the video will be displayed on the screen. It is Software-Decoding for Netflix. 2 cores were running at around 50% and 2 cores were idle no APT There is no working 'apt-get'. TIP: use XBMC's addon browser to enhance your LibreELEC system to be continued
  2. Did you read the documentation on the website of your supplier? I don't know why you are asking here in a Linux Forum, but maybe you just do it in several forums - try here: https://forum.freaktab.com/
  3. I had no clue what Teres is, it is a Notebook https://www.olimex.com/Products/DIY-Laptop/KITS/TERES-A64-BLACK/open-source-hardware
  4. when I read that, it just sprang to my mind: Link I better follow that advice.
  5. could this be tagged as low hanging fruit on github issues for newcomers? // sent from mobile phone //
  6. @ftp-bin2fex, compared to your previous results, your Ping time got worse. Are you now on Fiber or DSL ?
  7. you mention fex a few times... armbianmonitor -u tells the reader all the details about your Installation, like Kernel-Version and much more, please post the result of this command.
  8. I don't know if you were already here, but in Igor's tweet I found this link in the answers http://lkml.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/1905.1/03506.html Did you already study this information, it maybe quicker than testing for weeks?
  9. Reading your post I think, did you read on the website from http://www.orangepi.org/orangepiplus2e/ ? If not, why writing here in the first place ?
  10. If you are familiar with IRC, I would carefully try to get some hints over here: https://linux-sunxi.org/IRC
  11. The USB specification defines how much power a device is allowed to consume. So back in the days, some USB-HDD came with 2 USB-A cable (500mA per port), to feed the hungry device on USB 'only'. With USB 3 this was increased to 900mA iirc - it is written in the internet or in one of TKs posts, ahh wait, he deleted everything here. So you must look it up in the net.
  12. armbianmonitor -u tells the reader all the details about your Installation, like Kernel-Version and much more