DVBLogic have released an updated build of DVBLink 5.1 that adds support for the brand new Raspberry Pi 2. The new Raspberry Pi has a quad core processor and so can handle serving multiple TV streams. DVBLogic say they have had the board running as a TV server with 3 HD streams running from multiple tuners without causing issues for the processor. The new Raspberry Pi should make a nice little TV server with 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and 1GB SDRAM.

The other changes include (via DVBLogic)

Added: Raspberry Pi 2 support

Fixed: Live TV playback does not start in web interface (Internet Explorer) without transcoding when authorization is used

Fixed: DVBLink Server on Windows hangs when woken up from standby in presence of running XBMC

Fixed: Back-to-back timers on the same channels are recorded without margins

Added: Grouping channels with the same name in the list during channel selection process

Added: Possibility to assign “hanging” source to one of the unused devices

DVBLink TVSource

Fixed: DVBLink TVSource requests too many PIDs when scanning some transponders, crashing/hanging sat2ip receiver

DVBLink for IPTV

Fixed: Chosen network adapter is not saved in settings of DVBLink for IPTV
The new build numbers are:

Build 11073 (all DVBLink products on Windows platform)

Build 11069 (all DVBLink products on Linux/NAS/RPi platform)

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