AMD/Intel The Kodi application generally only takes up between 100 to 200 MB of space, depending on how the binary is compiled.
Technically speaking, if your hardware supports netbooting, you do not even require a internal storage for either the operating-system or for Kodi.
You should ensure that auto update on that module (Jarvis) or on Kodi itself (all versions) is OFF – or it will update again and overwrite the older working module.
Kodibuntu is a combination Kodi/operating system for use on PCs that are mainly just running Kodi.
It is an alternative to installing Windows or a larger (and sometimes more complicated) Linux-based OS.
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This page is only kept for historical reasons, or in case someone wants to try updating it.
The AROS Research Operating System is a lightweight, efficient, and flexible desktop operating system, designed to help you make the most of your computer.
It's an independent, portable and free project, aiming at being compatible with Amiga OS at the API level (like Wine, unlike UAE), while improving on it in many areas.
Current Kodibuntu is based on a LTS release (long term release) which is supported for 5 years, this means that it isn't required to upgrade the OS base in order to obtain updated or upgraded application packages.
To actually upgrade the underlying Linux which "Kodibuntu" is based on, it is possible to do so via release upgrade.
The client on your server will update automatically to 18.104.22.168 when the server is updated.
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Forum link to module v3 If you haven't purged packages since the update, you may be able to rollback the module to save you a bit of time.