background preloader

RaspBMC

Facebook Twitter

RaspBMC est mort, vive OSMC ! Je suis depuis des années j’utilise le mediacenter XBMC, qui répond à 100% de mes besoins multimédia (bon 80% je n’ai pas encore de multiroom à la SONOS), sur un RaspBerry Pi, via la distribution RaspBMC. Et voilà, RaspBMC devient maintenant OSMC. OSMC : Open-Source Media Center OSMC pour Open-source Media Center existe à dire vrai depuis quelques mois déjà mais jusque-là à un stade de stabilité qui ne me contentait pas. Depuis peu, toutefois, le site RaspBMC (Raspbian + XBMC) renvoie vers OSMC et propose une build tout à fait exploitable. Mais, vous demandez vous peut-être, pourquoi changer le projet de nom ?

Qui plus est, OSMC ne se destine plus uniquement au RPi et sera installable sur d’autres plateformes matérielles/logicielles (comme la Box VERO). KISS me, I’m easy Avec OSMC, ce qui a fait la force de XBMC/RaspBMC est clairement maintenu : un produit simple de prise en main et d’installation. Du KODI tout beau et opérationnel Pour télécharger OSMC, c’est par ici :

About. Raspbmc is a minimal Linux distribution based on Debian that brings XBMC to your Raspberry Pi. This device has an excellent form factor and enough power to handle media playback, making it an ideal component in a low HTPC setup, yet delivering the same XBMC experience that can be enjoyed on much more costly platforms. Raspbmc is brought to you by the developer of the Crystalbuntu Linux Distribution, which brings XBMC and 1080p decoding to the 1st generation Apple TV. Here’s why you might like Raspbmc: Free and open source.Supports both wired and WiFi out of the box! Here’s some more ‘advanced’ features: 1080p DTS decoding in software.USB sound card supportCan be installed to SD card, USB drive, or run off an NFS share.Wake on LAN support for remote systemsHas the following services embedded: Samba serverTVHeadend serverFTP serverSSH serversabNZBD serverSecure out of the box – iptables restricts network to LAN only by default.HTML 5 web browser.

The Only Raspberry Pi XBMC Tutorial You Will Ever Need | My Media Experience. In this updated guide, you will learn how to set up Raspberry Pi 3 as a complete Kodi (was XBMC) entertainment center solution with the right accessories. Over the past couple of years, I have had mixed feelings about Raspberry Pi as a Kodi based front-end device, because even after using all possible optimization tricks it simply was not responsive enough for my requirements. Fortunately, with the latest Raspberry Pi 3 this is not the case anymore. In this complete and up-to-date tutorial, you will learn Free Step-by-Step eBook: Learn how to install and configure your Raspberry Pi and Kodi installation to make it more user-friendly.

You’re almost done! Components you will need for optimal performance To complete this tutorial, you will need to buy the following components The total price for the computer is about $88, plus $23 for the remote control (Flirc), for a total of $111. You can also unlock MPEG-2 and VC-1 hardware decoding by purchasing a license from the foundation’s online store.