Distribution Release: Lakka 3.0
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Tomáš Kelemen has announced the release of Lakka 3.0, a major new release of the project’s LibreELEC-based lightweight Linux distribution with the goal of turning a small computer into a full-blown game console. This release is based on LibreELEC 9.2: “It has been over a year since our latest release, therefore there are many changes in this update. During this time we were working hard to bring you the new and updated Lakka. As usual the release includes the latest RetroArch version at the time, which is currently 1.9.3, as well as updates to all the supported cores to the most recent versions, even some new cores were added. This time we recommend doing a clean install to avoid any incompatibility issues, as significant changes to the underlaying operating system and RetroArch were made. The size of the boot partition was increased to 2 GB, which is not compatible with previous installations. Highlights of this release include: operating system based on LibreELEC 9.2 build system; Vulkan API enabled for AMD and Intel GPUs (Generic) and for Raspberry Pi 4; support for joycons…” Read the detailed release announcement for a complete changelog. Download: Lakka-Generic.x86_64-3.0.img.gz (551MB, SHA256), Lakka-RPi.arm-3.0.img.gz (348MB, SHA256), Lakka-RPi2.arm-3.0.img.gz (431MB, SHA256), Lakka-RPi2.RPi4.arm-3.0.img.gz (384MB, SHA256).
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