OpenELEC, an embedded operating system built specifically to run XBMC, the open source entertainment media hub, has just reached version 4.0 Beta 1. The first build in the OpenELEC 4.0 branch has arrived and, even if this is just a development release, it's still one of the most exciting versions we had in a long time.
One of the most popular and useful projects with Raspberry Pi board is turning RPi into a media center box. This article will discuss how to set up a media center on Raspberry Pi using two of the most popular media center images: Raspbmc and OpenELEC. Both images use XBMC as built-in media player software.
I was compiling OpenELEC on my fedora-16 for using with a Raspberry Pi following this guide but unsuccessful. After an (about) 12 hours job, the process stopped with some unknown (by me) errors. :confused:
I've just paste them here. I wanted to ask to if would anyone know to tell me something about what kind of errors they are?
If, like me, you've jumped onto the Plex bandwagon with both feet,you've probably discovered how difficult it is to make a standalone Plexplayer. Sure, you can install an entire OS, then auto-start the Plexprogram in full screen, but it's not as simple as installing the XBMCdistro, or even OpenELEC. If you own a Raspberry Pi, that has all changed.
OpenELEC, an embedded operating system built specifically to run XBMC, the open source entertainment media hub, is now at version 3.0 Beta 1. OpenELEC 3.0 Beta 1 has some very interesting updates. First of all, it's based on XBMC 12.0 Frodo, a free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for digi... (read more)