Error Indigo error - check the log

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I am trying to install Indigo on the Kodi installation on one of my Debian systems, but am failing the first startup with a message very much along the lines of the subject (there are few more words in the actual message but nothing useful).

Unfortunately I cannot work out where the log it wants me to check is - so I cannot see what the problem is, and my installation attempt is therefore stalled. I followed the instructions from this site but cannot make progress.

Can someone please point me in the right direction so that I can either solve the problem myself or seek further help.
 

pmrtvcom

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OK, found it... it seems to boil down to this:

17:03:11.242 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: STARTING Indigo SERVICE
17:03:11.975 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: Enabling inputstream.adaptive
17:03:11.996 T:140062985799424 ERROR: EXCEPTION Thrown (PythonToCppException)
: -->Python callback/script returned the following error<--
- NOTE: IGNORING THIS CAN LEAD TO MEMORY LEAKS!
Error Type: <class 'sqlite3.OperationalError'>
Error Contents: no such table: installed
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/kodi/.kodi/addons/plugin.program.indigo/service.py", line 115, in <module>
addon_able.set_enabled("inputstream.adaptive")
File "/home/kodi/.kodi/addons/plugin.program.indigo/libs/addon_able.py", line 26, in set_enabled
conn.execute(sql, (newaddon, setit, date_time,))
OperationalError: no such table: installed
-->End of Python script error report
<--
17:03:35.089 T:140061878241024 ERROR: GetDirectory - Error getting
17:03:35.475 T:140062985799424 ERROR: Previous line repeats 6 times.
17:03:35.475 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: PRAMSTRING= ?content_type=video
17:03:35.475 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: sys.arg= ['plugin://plugin.program.indigo/', '1', '?content_type=video']
17:03:35.475 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: param= {'content_type': 'video'}
17:03:35.475 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: PARAMS= {'content_type': 'video'}
17:03:35.777 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: HTTP Error 404: Not Found
17:03:35.794 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: Looking for : http://github.com/tvaddonsco/tva-release-repo/raw/master/script.tvaddons.debug.log/script.tvaddons.debug.log.zip
17:03:42.561 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: _in= /home/kodi/.kodi/addons/packages/script.tvaddons.debug.log.zip _out= /home/kodi/.kodi/addons
17:03:46.397 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: Enabling script.tvaddons.debug.log
17:03:46.398 T:140062985799424 NOTICE: Indigo NOTICE: no such table: installed

Is it this and if so, how do I fix it? You can assume I've done "nothing special" - My installation of kodi is exactly as it comes from Debian.

If not, what am I actually looking for?
 

pmrtvcom

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OK - suppose I have a Debian box currently that I am prepared to "nuke and pave" to get to the point all this works - how would I best achieve it?
 

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Wipe kodi entirely including the user folder. Note this folder is normally hidden unless you've enabled the "show hidden files and folders" in es file explorer.
 
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