OpenELEC 3.1.3 released, adds EFI/UEFI support

OpenELEC 3.1.3 released, adds EFI/UEFI support

OpenELEC continues its march to OpenELEC 3.2 and the latest test build has just been released. Version 3.1.3 has added basic support for EFI/UEFI based system booting, so you can boot into OpenELEC from EFI based systems. Also in the update are fixes to tethering, power management and XBMC Thumbloader.

More details and the downloads from OpenElec.tv

Changelog:

update to service.openelec.settings-0.1.25

update to xf86-video-intel-2.21.12

update to linux-3.10.1

update to systemd-205

update to usbutils-007

update to xf86-input-evdev-2.8.1

update to cmake-2.8.11.2

update to gettext-0.18.3

update to alsa-utils-1.0.27.2

update to alsa-lib-1.0.27.2

update to connman-8b952da

linux: add CONFIG_SND_LAYLA24

linux: enable CONFIG_ALX on supported builds

linux: disable Intel PSTATE driver for now, this should fix #2455

linux: let us boot on EFI systems too

xbmc: (temporary) remove PR2890, will be added back later if its fixed

setxkbmap: remove useless init script

linux: fix incorrect detection of 3070 chipset

util-linux: set swapfile with suggested permissions

udev: start monitor only in debug mode, move logfile

deinitialize NFS before going to suspend

Revert “iptables: build as static library”

Additional support for Cypress remote buttons

For a full changelog on what’s new, follow the link below:
https://github.com/OpenELEC/OpenELEC.tv/compare/3.1.2…3.1.3

You can find the new release of OpenELEC 3.1.3 on the downloads page

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