thanks for the reply,
My Chrome in HD Station is v 46.0.24900 ?
For the extension, there is a newer add on, as far as i understood they changed some things here with Kodi17.
LibreELEC (forked from OpenELEC) is running on other systems aswell, but i dont own a raspi... Just a NAS, a smart TV and some Aspire One and on none i was so far able to get Amazon running:-(
As far as i understood, they are using this repository from sandmann79 and inputstream interface, and widevine to view the Amazon content directly in Kodi.
"The Inputstream Interface is only availible in Kodi 17 Alpha/Nightly Builds and only with them working.
It forwards the video by using the Inputstream Addons and a Decrypter directly to Kodi. No external browser is needed."
sandmann79 repo http://www.kodinerds.net/index.php/Thre ... geNo=1&l=2 https://github.com/Sandmann79/xbmc/commits/master
inputstream add ons http://www.kodinerds.net/index.php/Thre ... ilds-Upda/ https://github.com/vdrtuxnet/kodi-17.binary.addons
Installing the Addons and the repositories worked fine.
The only problem i have so far is to get the Decrypter path and the widevine stuff working, they wrote a script getwidevine.sh but, its made for LibreELEC, so my filesystem doesnt fit. thats why i asked.
SSH into NAS and finding the Kodi folders worked aswell. But i didnt manage to get and put the missing files in the right location.
mhh maybe i got all i need, i check all the above stuff while writing it down:
the instruction in this link gave me a hint http://www.kodinerds.net/index.php/Thre ... ilds-Upda/
"Anleitung LibreELEC (Krypton) ab v7.90.002 ALPHA auf Raspberry Pi 2/3 (thx to @debutanker für den Vorreiter)"
I analyzed the script and found out where the widevine file is located. After installing Chrome:
then i have to put this file here:
and link it :
ln -s /.kodi/addons/inputstream.mpd/lib/libssd_wv.so /.kodi/cdm/
as mentioned in the above instruction. I am gonna try this tomorrow.
thanks so far for the help:-)