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how_to:provide_logfile [2017/06/14 10:09]
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-====== Provide ​Logfile ​======+====== Provide ​Log File ======
  
 Log files are always the most interesting part if you run into any issues. So if you are asking for support or try to fix the problem for yourself, you mostly will need to take a look at those files or share them at forums and/or IRC. Log files are always the most interesting part if you run into any issues. So if you are asking for support or try to fix the problem for yourself, you mostly will need to take a look at those files or share them at forums and/or IRC.
  
-We have several ways how to get the logfile. Please take a look at the explanations below and choose the way you prefer.+We have several ways how to get the log file. Please take a look at the explanations below and choose the way you prefer.
  
-<alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​**Note:​** Mostly we need a full debuglog. You have to enable 'debug logging'​ at <button type="​default">​Settings</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​System</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​Logging</​button>​ first.</​alert>​+<alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​**Note:​** Mostly we need a full debug log. You will have to enable 'debug logging'​ at <button type="​default">​Settings</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​System</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​Logging</​button>​ first.</​alert>​
 <alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​**Note:​** Always provide full debug logs. Don't cut the log to parts you think which might be interesting. You might overlook something which might be interesting for others to solve your issue.</​alert>​ <alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​**Note:​** Always provide full debug logs. Don't cut the log to parts you think which might be interesting. You might overlook something which might be interesting for others to solve your issue.</​alert>​
  
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 <tabbox Via LibreELEC settings add-on> <tabbox Via LibreELEC settings add-on>
  
-The easiest way while using LibreELEC is to grab the logfile ​via the LibreELEC settings addon.+The easiest way while using LibreELEC is to grab the log file via the LibreELEC settings addon.
  
 Therefore enter the settings, navigate to <button type="​default">​LibreELEC</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​System</​button>​ -> scroll down to <button type="​default">​Paste system logs and get short URL</​button>​ and press <button type="​default">​Enter</​button>​ Therefore enter the settings, navigate to <button type="​default">​LibreELEC</​button>​ -> <button type="​default">​System</​button>​ -> scroll down to <button type="​default">​Paste system logs and get short URL</​button>​ and press <button type="​default">​Enter</​button>​
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 <tabbox Via SSH> <tabbox Via SSH>
-Nearly everything can be done via SSH. Getting the logfile ​is a single command. So...+Nearly everything can be done via SSH. Getting the log file is a single command.
  
  
-[[Accessing_LibreELEC#​tab=SSH|SSH]] into your LibreELEC machine and enter the following command:+[[:​accessing_libreelec|SSH]] into your LibreELEC machine and enter the following command:
  
-  pastebinit ​/​storage/​.kodi/​temp/​kodi.log+for a Kodi.log 
 +  paste /​storage/​.kodi/​temp/​kodi.log 
 + 
 +for a system log (dmesg) 
 +  dmesg | paste
  
 You will get an URL back. That will look like this: You will get an URL back. That will look like this:
  
-<​konsole>​LE:​~ # pastebinit ​/​storage/​.kodi/​temp/​kodi.log+<​konsole>​LE:​~ # paste /​storage/​.kodi/​temp/​kodi.log
 http://​sprunge.us/​iLSX http://​sprunge.us/​iLSX
-LE:~ # </​konsole>​+LE:~ #  
 +LE:~ # dmesg | paste 
 +http://​sprunge.us/​PjLL 
 +LE:~ # 
 +</​konsole>​
  
-Copy and paste that link to a browser you like to view the file yourself or provide it at our IRC channel or at forums+Copy and paste that link to a browser you like to view the file yourself or provide it at our IRC channel or at forums.
  
 <tabbox Via Samba/​SMB>​ <tabbox Via Samba/​SMB>​
-As LibreELEC shares some interesting folders via SMB by default, we are able to get the logfile ​in this way, too. +As LibreELEC shares some interesting folders via SMB by default, we are able to get the log file in this way, too. 
  
  
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 Extract that file and open it with an editor you like to view the content. If you want to share the content at forums or IRC, please copy and paste the full content for example to: http://​pastebin.com/​ and share the link to it. Extract that file and open it with an editor you like to view the content. If you want to share the content at forums or IRC, please copy and paste the full content for example to: http://​pastebin.com/​ and share the link to it.
  
-<tabbox Via Kodi Logfile ​Uploader>​+<tabbox Via Kodi Log file Uploader>​