Raspberry Pi in a case

Raspbmc one of the great XBMC distribution designed for the Raspberry Pi has been updated to include the latest version of XBMC. Yesterday XBMC 12.2 was released (see my post) and this latest build of Raspbmc includes 12.2 (Frodo).

To upgrade your Raspbmc distribution just reboot you’re Raspberry Pi and it will upgrade the install. More details on the Raspbmc site.

XBMC 12.2 Frodo is released today and brings a variety of improvements to XBMC. From the XBMC website:

Fixed infinite loop on addon dependencies, resolves crashing problem that arrose immediately post 12.1 launch

Numerous UPnP fixes

Memory leak fixed when XBMC is minimized

Various Raspberry Pi playback fixes and software codec support

Fixed OSX audio mixing

Fixed some audio-related crashes in Linux builds

AirPlay fixes

Bluray folder resume-bookmarks now work

Ability to scan for new content on file folders has been reimplemented

Language updates from Transifex

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