OSMC's June update is here - OSMC


#1

Recently, we celebrated two years of stable OSMC. Today, we're happy to release OSMC's slightly belated June update. It comes with a variety of improvements and fixes. Debian Stretch (9.0) has now been released and we are preparing OSMC for this.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://osmc.tv/2017/07/osmcs-june-update-is-here-2/

#2

5 posts were merged into an existing topic: Failed to start udev and Load Kernel Modules


#4

A post was split to a new topic: Error while updating


#6

Awesome news!

In what way does “Improved Vero 4K system performance with optimised functions from Linaro’s Cortex Strings library” - improve on system performance?


#7

Hi boys… i have update my setup on my Pi2 and i have obtain this:

Info sul kodi.log:
16:51:05.459 T:1958507440  NOTICE: Starting Kodi (17.3). Platform: Linux ARM (Thumb) 32-bit
16:51:05.459 T:1958507440  NOTICE: Using Release Kodi x32 build (version for Raspberry Pi)
16:51:05.459 T:1958507440  NOTICE: Kodi compiled Jul  2 2017 by GCC 4.9.2 for Linux ARM (Thumb) 32-bit version 3.16.39 (200743)

Info VERSION_ID:
VERSION_ID="2017.06-1"

I thinks this the current version installed whitout any problems by SSH from my pc but now i have tryed to see inside the “boot” folder and i see it’s still remain possibly some old files ??

For example in the boot folder it’s remain:

  • a folder “dtb-4.9.29-5-osmc”
  • file “config-4.9.29-5-osmc”
  • file “System.map-4.9.29-5-osmc”
  • and the last file “vmlinuz-4.9.29-5-osmc”

whit this files it’s also present the version 4.9.29-8 and this is it the current latest files… i have tryed to reboot my pi2 and try to see again the result of update commands but i not obtain nothings to remove also when i execute the “autoremove” commands i obtain nothings to remove.

It’s normal there’s present this “doubled” files ??


#8

The functions give us improved memcpy(), memmove(), memset(), memcmp(), str(n)cmp(), str(n)len() routines with optimised assembly for the ARM Cortex-A53.


#9

If you update with the OSMC Updater in My OSMC, then kernels are removed automatically. We have added support for marking kernels as autoremovable when updating via the command line now; but we always leave at least one previous kernel just in case there is a problem.


#10

Yes… the autoremovable it’s good idea… i have read about this feature upper on changelog :slight_smile:

Thanks for explain about the .5 files remain… :slight_smile: