@Merih Sorry for getting back to you that late (been to Star Wars VII, awesome stuff guys!)
About your issues with Luna, I’m afraid I need to ask you to provide some additional information. While it’s safe to more or less ignore the warning lines (in general, there are no icons right now, neither for static links nor for the game list but they’re tried to be loaded nevertheless - which produces this warning), your last line suggests that you’re trying to launch a game named ‘GameName’ (I’m not using any variable by that name). Below that you should see two log entries when trying to launch a game:
- “Launching game [name of the game; whatever was shown in the game section of Luna - for Steam, this would be Steam obviously]”
- "Reconfigured helper and dumped conf to disk"
If both of them appear shortly after trying to launch a game, could you please verify that this entry is indeed in your GFE game list? Additionally, I’d like to know if it is correctly reported by moonlight’s list command and can be started via moonlight’s CLI.
To do this, please issue the following commands:
sudo systemctl stop mediacenter
moonlight list [host]
(replace [host] with your GFE host IP; this lists all games reported by GFE)
If your entry is shown (based on your information I still suspect it being ‘GameName’; if this is NOT the case I’d appreciate it if you could provide output of this command), please have moonlight initiate the streaming process directly:
moonlight stream -app [gamename] [host]
(again, replace host with your GFE host IP and gamename with the name of the game as reported by the list command)
If the above is working and actually starts streaming your game, kill moonlight using CTRL+C
Regardless of this was working or not, you can restart Kodi using
sudo systemctl start mediacenter
If your game started streaming by using moonlight’s CLI, please try again using Luna. If it’s still not working I need to come up with a way to build somewhat of a debug build for you so we can get some more insight in what’s actually happening on your end (as I’ve said on Git, Luna is still very alpha, so those kind of issues are somewhat expected - yet I’m calling moonlight directly, so in most cases Luna should work if moonlight itself works).
On the other hand, if it didn’t work using moonlight’s CLI you might need to check the command used by GFE to launch your game again (and please upload the output of moonlight while it’s trying to start the stream to pastebin). E.g, I’ve had a whole lot of issues when using my own launch command to start Steam Big Picture - when I was using the default one provided by GFE there have been no such issues.
About “package moonlight-osmc is not installed”: this is unrelated to Luna as I don’t rely on that package being installed. script.moonlight-osmc however is as of right now(!) still expecting it to be installed (contrary to what was said earlier in this thread), as it tries to start moonlight-osmc service (should be provided by moonlight-osmc; might also be a leftover when you uninstalled moonlight-osmc and didn’t do a fresh install, which explains the given error instead of the error which is thrown if there is no such service). This service calls the moonlight-osmc ‘binary’, which parses the scripts config and passes them to moonlight.
I hope we can clear this up for you soon! (Gonna head to bed soon though, it’s almost 2am here )
@Toast Thanks for the mention to make me aware of this problem!