Tagged: OpenELEC

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Bay Trail NUC (DN2820FYKH) Review – part 2

“Building an home theater PC (HTPC)?” is the first thing Intel says on their website. It’s clear that this NUC is designed to be the budget HTPC platform. It’s got many good characteristics for...

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Part 2: The Fanless NUC as HTPC (DE3815TYKHE)

In the previous article I told you about the new fanless NUC running a Bay Trail Atom processor, the DE3815TYKHE (Amazon) which is mainly targeted for various embedded systems, digital signage, kiosks, etc. In...

OpenELEC 4.0 is here (XBMC 13 as well) 0

OpenELEC 4.0 is here (XBMC 13 as well)

Following the release of XBMC 13 ‘Gotham’ yesterday, OpenELEC 4.0 has been released. Get yours today, much has changed since the last 3.2.4 release. Do note that manual update or a fresh installation is...

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Enabling Live TV in XBMC/OpenELEC

Introduction   Allright, time to make Live TV work on OpenELEC. This is applicable not only for the Intel NUC but actually almost any hardware.  Let’s start by looking at what do we actually...

OpenELEC 4.0 Beta 2 has been released 0

OpenELEC 4.0 Beta 2 has been released

The OpenELEC project just announced that OpenELEC 4.0 Beta 2 has been released. If you are currently running the 3.2.4 version or earlier it is recommended that you perform a clean installation. This is...

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Mapping the buttons on the remote control

Allright, time to make the remote controller work as I want it to. At this point I have a clean installation of OpenELEC and XBMC, the remote controller works, but the buttons on my...

Getting the IR receiver to work with Haswell NUCs 6

Getting the IR receiver to work with Haswell NUCs

There seems to be some issue with the BIOS of the Intel Haswell NUCs that causes the inbuilt IR receiver to be nonfunctional out-of-the-box in OpenELEC. The nuvoton-cir module will load ok, but you’ll...