To build use:
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade sudo apt-get install gcc make git unzip wget xz-utils libsdl2-dev libsdl2-mixer-dev libfreeimage-dev libfreetype6-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev rapidjson-dev libasound2-dev libgl1-mesa-dev build-essential libboost-all-dev cmake fonts-droid-fallback libvlc-dev libvlccore-dev vlc-bin git clone https://github.com/shantigilbert/EmuELEC.git EmuELEC cd EmuELEC git checkout EmuELEC PROJECT=Amlogic ARCH=arm DISTRO=EmuELEC make image
For the Odroid N2:
PROJECT=Amlogic-ng ARCH=arm DISTRO=EmuELEC make image
if you want to build the addon:
cd EmuELEC ./emuelec-addon.sh
resulting zip files will be inside EmuELEC/repo
Remember to use the proper DTB for your device!
Need help? have suggestions? join us on our EmuELEC Discord: https://discord.gg/QqGYBzG
EmuELEC DOES NOT INCLUDE KODI
Please note, this is mostly a personal project made for my S905 box I can't guarantee that it will work for your box, I've spent many hours trying to optimize and make sure everything works, but I can't test everything and things might just not work at all, also keep in mind the limitations of the hardware and don't expect everything to run at 60FPS (specially N64, PSP and Reicast) I can't guarantee changes to fit your personal needs, but I do appreciate any PRs, help on testing other boxes and fixing issues in general.
I work on this project on my personal time, I don't make any money out of it, so it takes a while for me to properly test any changes, but I will do my best to help you fix issues you might have on other boxes limited to my time and experience.
CoreELEC is a 'Just enough OS' Linux distribution for running the award-winning Kodi software on popular low-cost hardware. CoreELEC is a minor fork of LibreELEC, it's built by the community for the community. CoreELEC website.
Issues & Support
Please report issues via the CoreELEC Forum.
At this moment we do not accept Donations. We are doing this for fun not for profit.
CoreELEC original code is released under GPLv2.
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