That's the only way I've ever installed Rbej's updates, & it's one of the reasons I like OE.
When you're running OE on your RPI, & it's connected to your LAN, "Openelec" appears in the Finder's sidebar on your mac. Just open it, then open "Updates", & copy the 4 files from Rbej's "target" directory to that Updates directory.
Now reboot OE & it will automagically update
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Re: My custom builds OpenElec
3 months 4 days ago #44
1. alwaysforcebuffer: This will force everything ran through dvdplayer to be buffered that would not be normal buffered except Optical Media. This includes SMB, Local Files, OS Network Shares, etc.
2. freememorycachepercent: The amount of free memory to use as buffer size. Please note that of the percentage of free memory used ~75% will be used for forward buffering and ~25% will be used for the back buffer.
And actually one final request...would there be any way for you to create (or tell me how to create) an auto-update script that could be run from inside XBMC? (Or maybe some way to set the default auto-update to point at your builds instead of the original OpenElec builds?