RaspEX (Build 160331) Brings Kodi Installed By Default

As you may know, RaspEX is a free and open-source distribution specially created for the Raspberry Pi 3 singleboard computer, by Arne Exton, a third party, independent developer.

A few days ago, RaspEX Build 160331 has been released, bringing Kodi pre-installed, Wicd network manager, Mozilla Firefox as the default internet browser, SAMBA, PulseAudio and Bluetooth support, among others. The system has replaced LXDE with Kodi, but is still based on Debian 8.3 Jessie and Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf.

Also worth mentioning, it comes with a bunch of packages from Linaro installed, which include enhancements for ARM processors.

For more information, see the official announcement. The OS is available for free download, via sourceforge.

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