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New OpenELEC-Generic r16530 Release Image

OpenELEC Generic Image Download

The Generic image is a “catch-all” build containing more drivers than any other image. As of OpenELEC version 4.0, a number of of other builds are now being rolled into the Generic image. The Generic build will now be used for most devices (Fusion, Ion, Intel, Generic). If you have a device that is not covered by the other images (ATV, RPi, Virtual, etc…) or you are going to install OpenELEC onto a laptop or desktop computer this is probably the best image to use.

 

OpenELEC Generic Image Release Details
Build Start Time: Thu Dec 12 05:36:47 GMT 2013
Build End Time: Thu Dec 12 09:47:36 GMT 2013
OpenELEC Branch: 4.0-devel
OpenELEC Release: r16530
OpenELEC GIT Version: cc2e53d
Platform: Generic
Arch: i386
XBMC Release: Gotham Alpha 13.alpha-7f6c5e4
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Download Release: OpenELEC-Generic.i386-devel-20131212061748-r16530.tar (132M)
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Looking for other OpenELEC Generic image releases? Then browse our Generic image release archive for all current and archived releases.

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3 Comments

  1. Adam

    I am running a Pivos M3 what nightly build image do I use?
    Is this the correct one?

    Thank you in advance

  2. Adam

    Ok scratch that I am use to installing through an image file I have no idea what this is when I open the tar file.

    Will have to check into this more.

    Thanks anyways

    • admin

      I currently don’t build images for Pivos devices at the moment as I don’t have the resources available for it at the moment. I’m hoping to add another server in the new year and this is one of the platforms I plan on supporting.

      Many thanks

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