LibreELEC is a ‘Just enough OS‘ Linux distribution for running Kodi. It is efficient with a tiny disk and memory footprint and provides cutting-edge hardware support to deliver a set-top box Kodi experience.
Officially supported hardware includes:
Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3
x86_64 devices with Intel, AMD and Nvidia GPU’s
WeTek Play 1 and 2, WeTek Hub
Cubox iMX6 devices
Changelog v9.2 Beta 1
Changes since LibreELEC 9.1.002:
- updated to Kodi 18.4
- improvements for the RPi4
- bigger fonts at the update screen for 4k screens
- several Bugfixes
Change for Raspberry 4:
With LE 9.1.002 and later you need to add “hdmi_enable_4kp60=1“ to your config.txt if you want to use 4k output at the RPi4. Before you needed “hdmi_enable_4k=1“ that is now deprecated.
LibreELEC 9.2 for Generic x86/64 and Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3 devices is a solid beta quality release. Raspberry Pi 4B images are more “late stage Alpha” and are not feature complete or perfect. Normal LibreELEC testing rules apply; if you do not want to experiment on your family’s primary entertainment system – please stick with your current version and wait for the final/stable release. If you do want to experiment – please be prepared to submit log files and work with developers to hunt down problems and test solutions.