How to install Kodi media center on Fedora 24

KODI Media Center
KODI Media Center

Kodi is one of the popular media players, especially for standalone use. But having said that, it is still a great media player for playing Bluray and HD videos for Fedora as well. Kodi is not available in Fedora’s software center. It has to be installed using the dnf command in Terminal.

KODI Media Center
KODI Media Center

Install KODI Media Center on Fedora

STEP 1: Click ‘Actvities’ and then launch ‘Terminal’.

STEP 2: Enter the following command to login as superuser and enter the root password.

su

STEP 3: Enter the following command to download and install KODI.

sudo dnf install kodi

This command will gather all repository sources and packages needed for Kodi to work. T

That’s it! Go to ‘Activities’ and search for ‘Kodi’. You should see Kodi Media Center.

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