Ubuntu or Ubuntu based distro like Linux Mint, Lubuntu, Xubuntu and others will use this commands.
The installation if you are using Debian (Jessie), you can use the debian-backports repository.
Add the following lines to your /etc/apt/sources.list file, as superuser (sudo)
This one is most simple. Just enter this command.
But we still understand that official guide might be difficult for some of our readers. If they found so, don’t hesitate to ask us for a separate guide of installation of KODI on fedora. We will be glad to help.
KODI is now successfully installed on your system. Enjoy it.