Compiling Kodi to make it have hardware decoding

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Re: Compiling Kodi to make it have hardware decoding

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It's great that you were not discouraged and you're keeping notes.
Hopefully your changes make it into an official HK image
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Update:

I have posted my linux kernel 5.15 headers/drivers/tweaks on github, available on:
https://github.com/DanielRobertAppel/od ... x/releases

WARNING:
You should only install these headers/drivers/tweaks if you are running one of the ubuntu 20.04 images that was downloaded from http://docs.linuxfactory.or.kr/install/ ... image.html . My headers/drivers/tweaks will not do any harm to an install of the official Odroid 20.04 (linux-4.9) installation -- but nor will they work.


Still to do (for me):
Mimicking the V4L-M2M build that LibreELEC uses
Mimicking the FFmpeg build that LibreELEC uses
Mimicking the compilation of Kodi that LibreELEC uses
Ensuring that audio comes out of the HDMI port.
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