NOTE: If you are installing Kodi in a Linux based operating system, you will need to install from the Terminal if you want the latest stable release.
The Kodi interface is the same for ALL operating systems, such as Windows, Mac, and Linux.
For a guide to Installing Kodi in Ubuntu (Linux), See the section on doing exactly that, at the bottom of this very page.
Repositories are where all the Add-ons which give kodi it amazing abilities are.
After installing this version of SALTS, do the fix provided HERE to get full functionality of SALTS.
Looking Glass has Death Streams (redundancy add-on for SALTS) and also provides updates to the URL Resolver.
This guide will attempt to briefly provide anyone interested in creating a media center capable of delivering virtually any media available online, free or paid, as well as playing any media collection you already have. Kodi is better than the paid media centers I have experienced, and well worth the time and effort it takes to set it up.
This is a great option if you don't want to use Indego.It mostly seemed to be going well, except that something strange happened. I logged out of the desktop, and used CTRL-ALT-F1 to login at a virtual console.I checked what processes were running under my userid, and killed a few left over from the previous desktop session (going by time stamp). Next, I logged into KDE, and allowed “kwallet-pam” to initiate the creation of a new “kwallet”.Also has F_50ci3ty (optional) Add this, then in Addon repository section of the Xv BMC repo, add the TKNorris Release Repo.
This should provide the Exodus Repository needed to install the newly 3rd party released and (hopefu;lly) maintained Exodus.This guide will attempt to cover the Windows installation in the USA (English Speaking) with possible work arounds to being blocked in other countries.