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[TESTING] Kodi v19 builds for Vero 4K / 4K + / Raspberry Pi 2/3/4
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[TESTING] Kodi v19 builds for Vero 4K / 4K +

[Obrázek: osmc-logo-rpi2.png] Overview: The next version of Kodi v19 (codename Matrix) was released in January. Since then, we’ve been working on bringing this up for OSMC. There have been a number of technical challenges, but we now should have a release that is of the standard you would expect from us. This update ships with our new and improved video stack, which we will document shortly on our website.
Just over a month ago, we outlined a list of things you need to know before considering upgrading to this version 31. We will release this as a stable build with the Kodi v19.1 release, which we expect to be made available at the end of the month.
Supported platformsThis release supports:
  • Vero 4K
  • Vero 4K +
Support for Vero 2 has been discontinued, as the platform has reached end of life status. We will continue to keep older images on the website available for download.
How to updateUpdating from a stable version of OSMCIf you’re running a stable version of OSMC, then you should be able to update from a compatible platform without issue. Please make sure that you system is up to date first by going to My OSMC → Updates and initiating an update check; installing any outstanding updates.
Updating via the command lineTo install the update:

  1. Login via the command line 10
  2. Edit the file 
    Kód:
    [size=small]/etc/apt/sources.list[/size]
  3. Add the following line: 
    Kód:
    [size=small]deb http://apt.osmc.tv buster-devel main[/size]
Go to My OSMC → Updates again, and initiate an update check. Install the updates when prompted.
Fresh installationInstallation images are available here for the following platforms.
4K/4K+ 31
Please note that these images enable the 

Kód:
[size=small]buster-devel[/size]
 repository by default. You may wish to change this back to 
Kód:
[size=small]buster[/size]
if you do not want to receive experimental updates.Also note that even though you’ve installed a fresh image, we are pushing updates regularly, so we’d recommend checking for updates immediately after installing.
Tracking releasesThere are outstanding issues, so we plan to push some further test builds over the coming days. You may wish to keep the modification to 

Kód:
[size=small]/etc/apt/sources.list[/size]
, but we would recommend keeping this active until the final release is made available. When we do this, we’ll make a clear announcement on the forums and blog.Known issuesCurrently, we are aware of the following issues:
  • Some visualisations / screensavers don’t work as expected.
I’ll update this section as more issues are discovered.

[Obrázek: Jz0F0aS.png?1] Kodi v19 builds for Vero 4K / 4K +
 


[TESTING] Kodi v19 builds for Raspberry Pi 2/3/4
[Obrázek: osmc-logo-rpi2.png]  Overview: The next version of Kodi v19 (codename Matrix) was released in January. Since then, we’ve been working on bringing this up for OSMC. There have been a number of technical challenges, but we now should have a release that is of the standard you would expect from us.Just over a month ago, we outlined a list of things you need to know before considering upgrading to this version 72. We will release this as a stable build with the Kodi v19.1 release, which we expect to be made available at the end of the month.
Supported platformsThis release supports:
  • Raspberry Pi 2 (all models and Compute Modules)
  • Raspberry Pi 3 (all models and Compute Modules)
  • Raspberry Pi 4 (all models and Pi 400)
Support for Raspberry Pi 0 / 1 has now been discontinued, as the platform has reached end of life status. We will continue to keep older images on the website available for download.
How to updateUpdating from a stable version of OSMCIf you’re running a stable version of OSMC, then you should be able to update from a compatible platform without issue. Please make sure that you system is up to date first by going to My OSMC → Updates and initiating an update check; installing any outstanding updates.
Updating via the command lineTo install the update:
  1. Login via the command line 8
  2. Edit the file 
    Kód:
    [size=small]/etc/apt/sources.list[/size]
  3. Add the following line: 
    Kód:
    [size=small]deb http://apt.osmc.tv buster-devel main[/size]
Go to My OSMC → Updates again, and initiate an update check. Install the updates when prompted.
Fresh installationInstallation images are available here for the following platforms.
As we haven’t released any images for Pi 4 / 400 in the past, you can only upgrade to Kodi v19 if you are using a Raspberry Pi 2 / 3.
RBP2/3/3+ 25
RBP4 138

Please note that these images enable the 
Kód:
[size=small]buster-devel[/size]
 repository by default. You may wish to change this back to 
Kód:
[size=small]buster[/size]
if you do not want to receive experimental updates.Also note that even though you’ve installed a fresh image, we are pushing updates regularly, so we’d recommend checking for updates immediately after installing.
Tracking releasesThere are outstanding issues, so we plan to push some further test builds over the coming days. You may wish to keep the modification to 
Kód:
[size=small]/etc/apt/sources.list[/size]
, but we would recommend keeping this active until the final release is made available. When we do this, we’ll make a clear announcement on the forums and blog.Known issuesCurrently, we are aware of the following issues: I’ll update this section as more issues are discovered.

[Obrázek: Jz0F0aS.png?1] Kodi v19 builds for Raspberry Pi 2/3/4
MagicSee N5 MAX S905X3 4/32 → CE 9.x \ RPi3B-RPi4 → L9.x \ HTPC → L9.x \ XOne S  18 \ X96 - S905X 2/16 → CE 9.x \ NAS Synology 212J → DSM 6.x \ Vero 4K+ → OSMC 18
 
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