XBMC Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi is an ARM-based structure, This small and very affordable computer is made in the UK and mainly intended for educational and hobbyist purposes. It is perfectly possible this energy efficient RPI 24/24 to run, Here we think of a server or multimedia.
The ARM architecture is a highly successful processorarcitectuur coined by the British computer manufacturer Acorn Computers Ltd around 1984. The name stands for ARM Acorn RISC Machine, RISC which is an abbreviation of Reduced Instruction Set Computer. The first implementation of the instruction in silicon, the Arm1-prototype, was in 1985 developed and functioned, Acorns to surprise, almost flawlessly. Her ARM processors were originally sold as separate upgrades for Acorns own BBC Micro-computers, but formed in 1987 Based on the new generation of Acorns Archimedes-computers. Since 1991 The ARM instruction set is managed and developed by ARM Holdings. Today, the ARM instruction set by many manufacturers in license taken, after which they will produce the chips in millions (mainly mobile) process equipment.
De Raspberry Pi ondersteund full hd 1080p, supports most codecs and has a fairly user-friendly interface
2. Requirements for an installation from a Windows computer
- This program is designed to write image to removable media.
2.2: Image downloaden
- http://resources.pichimney.com/OpenELEC/official_images/?C=M;O=D The first thing that needs to happen is the SD card format, this can in Windows and problems you can always use a live-cd Gparted. Gparted-live cd http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php Installation of OpenELEC on the SD card. Open Windisk32 select image and select the right card
- Once the correct image and device chosen: klik write. SD card can now be inserted into the raspberry to boot them xbmc. Further information for configuration can be read in the pages of: http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php?title=Installing_OpenELEC_on_Raspberry_Pi