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(is this thing on? test test)
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#2
So does this mean they'll be a headless "server" type version of Kodi by version 15?
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#3
I thought this was for people who ran BSD on their HTPC? We don't have binaries for BSD, but it is supported in the code.
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#4
Yes, Ned - since you can build our code without modifications on BSD I figured the request for a subforum was warranted. Now lets wait for the hundreds of users to flock here.
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#5
(2015-03-01, 07:21)Bogi Wrote: So does this mean they'll be a headless "server" type version of Kodi by version 15?

First post already off-topic. Keep up the good work !
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#6
I moved two threads here to make it a bit populated Smile
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#7
(2015-03-01, 11:48)Kib Wrote: I moved two threads here to make it a bit populated Smile

haha Wink
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#8
I don't think it was off topic as I think the main reason to run Kodi on BSD would be to run it in a headless "server" type situation. Sorry
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#9
The BSD's support graphics cards too, shocking, I know.
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#10
Actually, it would be great to have Headless Kodi in a FreeNAS Jail (as Linux Jails were removed with 9.3[/align]).

I might give it a try Smile
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#11
What's next? Solaris?
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#12
I was hoping for support on my sinclair spectrum.

Actually BSDs are a lot of fun and very very efficient. I feel like porting openelec to a BSD kernel - anyone want to help?
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(2015-03-01, 07:21)Bogi Wrote: So does this mean they'll be a headless "server" type version of Kodi by version 15?

No
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#14
I was more of an SVR4 man myself, although I did get confused by the SunOS/Solaris change.

Damn, I'm getting old. Where's my MULTICS handbook...I can imagine sending my videos off to be drawn on the plotters, frame at a time, so I could collect them the next day and play them as a kind of flip-cartoon.
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