bei now my Raspberry Pi 3 with OSMC and Kodi worked well on a trusted old Samsung LED 2013 TV. However I've updatet to the lastest version - April 2018 - and it seemed that there is a difference for my eyes and that my eyes get strainend a bit with the new software.
I've checked out that there was a kernel update from "4.9" to "4.14". Is there anyone who is more familiar with such a linux system?
Hmm. If I knew more about the Raspberry Pi's video chipset and you were able to give me the "before" and "after" versions of OSMC I might be able to able you.
Hey, is there an update log? I haven't found one.
I think that the old version was Jannuary 2018 and that the new is April 2018. However I'm not sure about the Jannuary version - maybe "the before" was also newer.
Hey, thanks for your link.
I've searched there even before I wrote this thread. Everything I found was "Kernel Update" and "Firmware Update", but nothing special which mentions graphics driver.
Harrison Either could affect the GPU.
If you had a known good version and a known bad version (trying each update at a time) that could help me narrow it down.
Hey, do you know how I can view to an update log or something like that?
However, I'm pretty sure that jannuary 2018 version is very ok for my eyes and april 2018 not.
Harrison https://osmc.tv/blog/ is the closest I've found to an update log.
This might take trial and error, but if you can a version that works, and a version above that doesn't (let's say January 2018 worked and February 2018 doesn't, that will help narrow down the issue.)
Thanks for your help. I'll try. I think downgrade is not possible, isn't it?
Harrison It's a Raspberry Pi. To "downgrade" is to reinstall the OS on the SD card or other bootable disk you are using.
I've never used OSMC before.
Click on "images" and you can download images that date back to January 2017.