If you can add or compile your own stuff, it is not obvious or no documentation exists, so hence the closed remark.
pre-ejaculated is to mean that openelec come pre-configured and supporting "most" setups out of the box. It is what it is and thats it (for now)
Again there is no documentation that indicated that I can add a FTP server or SFTP server or sabnzbd or compile xbmc form git without full rebuild of system as according to here, or install own updated drivers, without having to wait for a official openelec release.
I have asked the question and this was the answer.
so if that is wrong please post a reply to me on the openelec thread, otherwise Ill presume what I posted about the issue of adding removing stuff is true.
Also pls dont assume that my comments are to detract from openelec but to actually inform of full abilities of each to best of my knowledge which I actively sought to have, so I could comment on.
** I actually recommend openelec to ppl who only want xbmc and nothing else. because of this seeming restriction.
sorry if you feel vexed by my post, I try to base it on what I know and what I have been told.
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2011-07-10 02:16 Post: #101
(This post was last modified: 2011-07-10 02:24 by X3lectric.)
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2011-07-16 14:39 Post: #102
Ok laptop is now in the garden with a brick on it!, CRAP
Now have a revo 3700 all up and running with 10.1 Live all working perfect, cant find any issues so far, was looking to update to a later stable though.
If i use this what will i get?
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:lars-opdenkamp/xbmc-pvr
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xbmc