On Monday, February 9, 2015, the OpenELEC team announced the release of version 5.0.2 of their Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center. This new release is a feature release and successor to OpenELEC 4.2.
Notable Changes Included in OpenElec 5.0.2
- Moving from XBMC 13 to Kodi 14.1 and the switch to Kodi branding
- Moving from v3.16 to v3.17 of the Linux Kernel
- Switching from OpenSSL to LibreSSL
If you’re an OpenELEC user, upgrading should be on your to-do list.
If you’re an OpenELEC user, upgrading should be on your to-do list. If you’re new to OpenELEC, Kodi or media center software in general, OpenELEC deserves your consideration.
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