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 PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:35 am   
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2013-03-25 Distribution Release: OpenELEC 3.0.0
OpenELEC Stephan Raue has announced the release of OpenELEC 3.0.0, a specialist Linux distribution built around XBMC, the open-source entertainment media hub: "The OpenELEC team is proud to release OpenELEC 3.0.0. OpenELEC 3.0 is built to support XBMC Frodo 12.1 and almost every part of the core operating system has been updated and improved since the 2.0 release. The project now supports a broader range of media centre hardware than ever before, including dedicated OS images for the budget-friendly Arctic MC001 and ultra-low-cost Raspberry Pi systems. Raspberry Pi deserves a special mention as it has been a labour of love for the OpenELEC team. OpenELEC was the very first XBMC distro to be demonstrated on development Pi hardware back in February 2012 while other distros were still talking about future plans and hoping for news on shipping dates." Continue to the full release announcement http://www.openelec.tv/news/22-releases ... 0-released to learn more. ...

Please see the project's download page for a full list of options; http://www.openelec.tv/get-openelec/download
here is a quick link to the "generic" build: http://www.distrowatch.com
OpenELEC-Generic.i386-3.0.0.tar.bz2 (163MB).

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 PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 2:04 am   
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2013-05-03 Distribution Release: OpenELEC 3.0.2
[OpenELEC] Stephan Raue has announced the release of OpenELEC 3.0.2, a bug-fix and security update of the project's specialist Linux distribution featuring XBMC, the open-source entertainment media hub: "The OpenELEC team is proud to release OpenELEC 3.0.2 This is a maintenance release with some bug and security fixes since OpenELEC 3.0.1. You must upgrade from any previous 2.9x.x or 3.x release to 3.0.2. Changelog: update to XBMC 12.2, MySQL 5.1.68; RPi - add SPI device support; added DVB adapter Terratec H5 Rev3 to em28xx driver; add support for DVB_USB_CXUSB; add P54 network driver; replace BusyBox free with real free from procps-ng; add proper less to image (disable BusyBox less); installer - make system partition per default 256 MB...." Read the rest of the release announcement http://www.openelec.tv/news/22-releases ... 2-released for a full changelog.

The project's download page provides a complete list of available builds for various processors and devices; http://www.openelec.tv/get-openelec/download
Or at www.distrowatch.com
here is a link to the "generic" image: OpenELEC-Generic.i386-3.0.2.tar.bz2 (163MB).

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 PostPosted: Sat Sep 14, 2013 8:31 am   
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2013-09-13 Distribution Release: OpenELEC 3.2.0
[OpenELEC] Stephan Raue has announced the release of OpenELEC 3.2.0, a new stable version of the specialist distribution for media centres: "OpenELEC 3.2.0 is the first stable release following OpenELEC 3.0 and is recommended for all new installations. Systems running OpenELEC 3.0 and 3.1 will automatically update to 3.2 if auto-update is enabled. Users who are still running OpenELEC 1.0 or 2.0 are encouraged to manually update to enjoy the many new features. Like OpenELEC 3.0, the 3.2 release is based upon XBMC Frodo (12.x) but 'under the hood' it includes many notable changes: many improvements, feature enhancements and bug fixes to XBMC Frodo including a number of backports from Gotham and speed improvements for RaspberryPi users; Linux kernel 3.10, bringing many new and updated drivers and improvements; Mesa 9.2; ALSA 1.0.27...." Read the rest of the release announcement for more information and screenshots. http://openelec.tv/news/22-releases/107 ... 0-released Links downpage

The OpenELEC download page provides a long list of builds for various devices and platforms; http://openelec.tv/get-openelec/download
or a quick link to the "generic" builds at www.distrowatch.com
OpenELEC-Generic.x86_64-3.2.0.tar (173MB), OpenELEC-Generic.i386-3.2.0.tar (172MB).

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 PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 11:48 pm   
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OpenELEC has matured to version 8.0.4, and no longer supports i386 platform. A quick scan in their news section shows KODI 17 support and Raspberry Pi are supported.

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