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Vero (late 2015) Vero is OSMC's flagship device. If you want a device that does it all without breaking a sweat, look no further. Vero 4K Get help and support for OSMC on Vero 4K here. Raspberry Pi The Raspberry Pi is a small credit-card sized single board computer. It's also rather good at running OSMC. Vero (late 2014) Vero is OSMC's flagship device. If you want a device that does it all without breaking a sweat, look no further. Development Everything you need to know about building and hacking on OSMC. Apple TV The Apple TV came out in March 2007, and we still support it to this very day. General Everything you need to know about OSMC.
Configuring fstab based Samba share mounts [Wiki] (16)
Configuring fstab based NFS share mounts ( 2 3 ) [General] (48)
Supported Devices [General] (1)
Watching live TV with OSMC [General] (1)
File sharing with a NAS or other device [General] (3)
How to submit a useful support request [General] (1)
Usernames and passwords [General] (4)
Finding out what version of OSMC you are on [General] (11)
Running scripts on startup and shutdown [General] (1)
Contribute to the wiki [Wiki] (15)
Configuring component output [Apple TV] (13)
Frequently Asked Questions [Apple TV] (5)
Configuring a remote [General] (1)
Exploring Kodi file locations [General] (1)
Reinstalling OSMC [Vero (late 2015)] (1)
Using Android [Vero (late 2015)] (3)
Configuring composite output [Apple TV] (7)
Keeping OSMC secure [Wiki] (1)
Frequently Asked Questions [Raspberry Pi] (3)
Keeping your OSMC system up to date [General] (1)
Frequently Asked Questions [General] (1)
Setting up your network connection [General] (1)
Accessing the command line [General] (5)
Backing up Settings [General] (2)
Using AirPlay [General] (1)
Connecting A Bluetooth Device [General] (3)
Installing packages via APT [General] (3)
How to install the CrystalHD Video Decoder [Apple TV] (3)
Installing a torrent client on OSMC [General] (6)
Starting and stopping Kodi [General] (2)