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  • robertybob
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    Hi all,

    Firstly, is the XBMC installed via ‘Experimental Packages’ OpenELEC or Raspbmc?

    Secondly, once installed via ‘Experiemental Packages’, how easy is it to have XBMC as it’s own option in ES, like the screenshot below?

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    ..preferably when you select XBMC it loads straight away, rather having to go into a sub-menu to select it again. I don’t like it being in the Ports section as I have deleted the other games from there and it feels ugly.

    Thirdly, I’ve got an existing SD card with Raspbmc on it and I’d like to transfer the installed Add-Ons to this new XBMC, how do I go about doing it? Is there a guide somewhere?

    Many thanks for your help :)

    tank
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    openelec and raspbmc are both linux distributions that just have kodi installed.
    on retropie you just install the program kodi. it has nothing to do with openelec or raspbmc.

    i did not try this, but have a look at this:

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