Kodi: how to install it on Linux devices

How to install Kodi

To find you in this section, you probably read our article on KODI, or already knew the topic; in any case, anyone wishing useful information regarding the installation of Kodi on Linux is in the right section. There are two methods to install Kodi on Linux, the first one related to the use of a distro like Ubuntu and the second one is valid for all those who have installed, as operating system, a distribution of Linux different from Ubuntu as Debian or Fedora.

First method with Ubuntu Software

If you installed Ubuntu on your PC, follow the procedure as follows for a successful installation of Kodi on Linux:

  • Go to Ubuntu Software, located on the left sidebar, and type the word “kodi” in the search bar at the top. You can install Kodi very simply by clicking on the Install button next to the software name and then entering your root password on your Linux account.
  • Once the installation is complete, you can start Kodi by clicking on the icon that will appear on the left sidebar, or in case you do not see the Kodi icon, click on the Ubuntu logo, located on the top left and look for the application typing the word Kodi in the menu that will appear.

Second method with Ubuntu terminal

If you have installed Ubuntu on your PC and prefer to install Kodi from the terminal rather than Ubuntu software, follow the procedure as follows for the proper installation of Kodi on Linux. Open the terminal, located on the sidebar, and type the following commands according to the following order:

  • sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
  • sudo add-apt-repository ppa:team-xbmc/ppa
  • sudo apt-get update
  • sudo apt-get install kodi

NOTE: After entering the first command on the terminal, you will need to enter your root password for your Linux account. During the installation you will be asked some questions to proceed with the same, type the y key and then send to continue the installation procedure.

Third method for Debian or Fedora distributions

If you have installed a Linux distribution on your PC other than Ubuntu like, Debian or Fedora, follow the procedure as follows for a successful installation of Kodi on Linux. Open the terminal and type the following commands according to the following order:

  • sudo apt-get update
  • sudo apt-get install kodi

NOTE: Any malfunctions of devices related to the installation of the application are not attributable to the team of templedroid.info. The information presented here is for informational purposes only and does not invite anyone to use these methods. We do not encourage piracy, we condemn it in every way. The responsibility will be yours only if you decide to violate copyrights.

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