LibreELEC (Leia) 9.2.0

  • An Intel NUC or an RPi 4B has much better Linux support, compared to Amlogic. They can both handle 4K.

    Both have good support, but the RPi 4B has more sites of work until software will be optimized.

    Hi Da Flex.


    Thx for your reply. So if I read it correct, the Intel NUC is the best choice. What model would you recommend so I can run 4K without any problem?


    Thank you.

  • Hi Da Flex.


    Thx for your reply. So if I read it correct, the Intel NUC is the best choice. What model would you recommend so I can run 4K without any problem?


    Thank you.

    Intel NUC Kit NUC7PJYH will do everything you need.

  • Intel NUC Kit NUC7PJYH will do everything you need.

    Hi Backslash.


    Thx for your reply. I am looking at the model right now. Don't know anything about that cpu model as such.

    Is this the only model you will recommend? I just want to be sure I don't run into a performes problem with playing 4K

  • Hi, sry for offtopic but i have here two Intel NUC DCCP847DYE. These old but good for Kodi models can't handle CEC over HDMI properly!

    Are the newer models better in this?

  • but i have here two Intel NUC DCCP847DYE

    That NUC model does not have CEC built-in, so you will need the USB-CEC adapter from PulseEight to get CEC working.


    As far as I know, Intel/AMD/Nvidia don't have CEC support in any motherboard or graphics card. Only Intel had one or two (m)ATX boards years ago with optional CEC hardware support, but you still needed to plug in an extra CEC module.

  • search for CEC.

    Okay, finally one of the 2700 NUC variants that has a CEC interface ^^
    But there has to be support for in the Linux kernel for that specific interface.
    Any chance it pops up in a dmesg listing?

  • I attached a Mobius action cam in Webcam mode which works pretty well on a Win 10 box via VLC

    This is the news section. Please open your own thread in the appropiate forum section if you want specific support.

  • Hello,


    I'm using an ODroid C2, and I don't see the binary for LibreElec 9.2, the last one is 9.0.2.


    Will it be available one day ? Or ODroid will not be supported anymore by LibreElec ?

  • LE 9.2 does not exist for Amlogic devices. We got fed-up witth working in an awful vendor kernel and changed our focus to development of mainline kernel support. LE10 (Kod 19) is planned to have support for C2 again.

  • LE 9.2 does not exist for Amlogic devices. We got fed-up witth working in an awful vendor kernel and changed our focus to development of mainline kernel support. LE10 (Kod 19) is planned to have support for C2 again.

    Ok thanks ! Do you know when will be released LE10 ?

  • Do you know when will be released LE10 ?

    There is certainly no ETA set for LibreELEC v10. If we are to include Kodi 19 (which is still in alpha), we will have to wait for that first and that'll probably take at least a good number of months.


    The first order of business is Kodi 18.6 in the upcoming weeks.