Commands tagged Kodi (2)

  • Kodi needs the youtube plugin to be installed. Show Sample Output


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    curl -i -X POST -d '{"jsonrpc": "2.0", "method": "Player.Open", "params": {"item": { "file" : "plugin://plugin.video.youtube/play/?video_id=YOUTUBEID"}}, "id": 1}' http://username:password@kodi/jsonrpc -H "Content-Type: application/json"
    hbogert · 2017-03-26 14:30:29 1
  • Send a text message to an Kodi (XBMC) device. Uses curl to post a JSON request to the Kodi JSON-RPC API.


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    curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"GUI.ShowNotification","params":{"title":"This is the title of the message","message":"This is the body of the message"},"id":1}' http://i3c.pla.lcl:8080/jsonrpc
    PLA · 2014-08-24 21:49:13 0

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