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The question was already solved a long time ago. The questioner wrote in a comment: Ok.. I disabled kodi at boot, and everything went back to normal after a few reboots. So problem solved. I don't know what caused it though, so the question is still open. – SvbZ3r0 Apr 27 '19 at 12:51


I created some udev rules as follows: ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="rpivid-h264mem", SYMLINK+="argon-h264mem" ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="rpivid-hevcmem", SYMLINK+="argon-hevcmem" ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="rpivid-intcmem", SYMLINK+="argon-intcmem" ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="rpivid-vp9mem", SYMLINK+="argon-vp9mem" to make all this work until the Kodi binary ...


Problem SOLVED! The latest kernel commited by Hexxeh lacks valid VideoCore libraries, hence the HEVC playback crashing Kodi. To solve that issue, I did (use 'rpi-update' with caution): ~$ sudo rpi-update e1050e94821a70b2e4c72b318d6c6c968552e9a2 … then: ~$ sudo reboot That command downgrades the kernel back to version 4.19.118-v7l+ #1311, so Kodi can ...

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