LibreELEC 10.0.1, a spin-off from OpenELEC that was discontinued in 2017, combines Media Center Kodi 19.3 (“Matrix”) with the Just Enough operating system (“JOS”) based on Linux. In addition to the classic x86 architecture, affordable single-board computers based on ARM, such as the Raspberry Pi 4, are now better supported.
LibreELEC 10.0.1 Switches To Kodi 19.3 (“Matrix”)
With LibreELEC 9.2.6, developers of the Minimal Linux distribution, whose job it is to provide the Kodi open source media center, only handled their bug fixes and optimizations from LibreELEC 10.0. The release that has just been revealed has switched to Kodi 19.1 or 19.3 (“Matrix”). LibreELEC 10.0.1 can already be downloaded from the official website of the project downloaded Will.
official release notes Show improvements specifically for single-board computers from the Raspberry Pi Zero to the Raspberry Pi 4 and open source Media Center List bugs that haven’t been resolved yet.
LibreELEC 10.0.1 (“Matrix”) – Release Notes
Added to this are the bug fixes and optimizations that came with the release of Kodi 19.3 (“The Matrix”).
System Images for x86 and ARM
Meanwhile, new system images for Raspberry Pi, various mini PCs with Allwinner, Amlogic, NXP and Rockchip type ARM SoCs and x86 architectures with 64bit (x86_64) are available.
“LibreELEC USB-SD Creator” is available for Windows, macOS and Linux. The current LTS kernel serves as the basis for the Linux 5.10 Just Enough operating system, with support until December 2026.
In the future, the makers of LibreELEC intend to use the next version of Media Center Kodi 20.0 (“Nexus”).
Youtube channel “Raspberry TipsDemonstrates the installation of LibreELEC on a Raspberry Pi 4 microcomputer in step-by-step instructions.
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