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Recently, we celebrated two years of stable OSMC. Today, we're happy to release OSMC's slightly belated June update. It comes with a variety of improvements and fixes. Debian Stretch (9.0) has now been released and we are preparing OSMC for this. A few days ago, we announced an import   

Today marks two years since OSMC achieved a stable release. It certainly doesn't seem like it's been this long, but we've been kept busy ever since! We wanted to thank our users for their support and encouragement over the years, as well as everyone who's involved and contributes to the   

Platforms affected: OSMC for Raspberry Pi (all models) OSMC for Apple TV OSMC for Vero (all models) A vulnerability [1] has been discovered in the Linux kernel's approach to memory management which could allow an application to access a region of memory that is not allocated to it. The vulnerability   

Last month, we announced an important security fix for all versions of OSMC and released Kodi v17.2. OSMC's slightly belated May update is here with a variety of improvements and fixes, including Kodi 17.3. We are now beginning the preparation of OSMC for Debian Stretch (9.0) which   

Platforms affected: OSMC for Raspberry Pi (all models) OSMC for Apple TV OSMC for Vero (all models) A vulnerability [1] which could allow remote code execution when downloading subtitles from a remote server has been identified in Kodi. This vulnerability is considered critical. This vulnerability has been fixed in Kodi