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Are you here wondering and searching on How to install Stremio on Linux. If yes, then follow along with the tutorial and you will know how to install stremio on Linux. Stremio is a modern media center that’s a one-stop solution for video entertainment.
You can stream Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and many more. Stremio will gather all the information about the Movies/TV Shows all in one platform. And you can also cast to your TV using Chromecast.
Stremio is cross-platform meaning that you can install it on Linux, Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS too. Stremio is an open-source project which is a great thing you can check the code of the Stremio-core in the Github repo. Stremio makes streaming so much easier and faster. All you need to do is install the Addons from the Stremio.
Read More: How to install Stremio on macOS
Do you know that you can also develop Add-ons for the Stremio? Previously there was an Addon Competition between the developers around the world for the prize. Those winner Addons are also listed in the Stremio.
Install Stremio on Linux
Stremio is all in one platform where you can stream movies and TV Shows from different Providers. Follow the given East 10 steps with pictures to download and install Stremio on Linux.
Total Time: 5 minutes
Step 1: Go to Stremio Website
Browse https://www.stremio.com/ from your favorite Web Browser. In my case, I am using Mozilla Firefox. By default, the option is selected for Linux as it detects. Simply, Click on the Download Stremio Button.
Step 2: Download Latest Stremio
Click on the first option where it says “Stremio Debian/Ubuntu”. After that, you will opt for a downloading file with a dialog box.
Step 3: Saving the Stremio Package
Check on Save File and Click on OK Button. After that, .deb file will be downloaded.
Step 4: Installing Stremio
Note: The name of the file will change in the course of the time. So, You need to write the current file name to install stremio.
Open Terminal ( Ctrl + Alt + T) and execute:
And then execute this command to install:
sudo dpkg -i (current-filename).deb
Step 5: Opening Stremio
Search Stremio from Application using Super Key. Then, Single-click to open Stremio. After then, Stremio will open.
Step 6: Launching Stremio
Stremio will launch automatically and a splash screen will appear.
Step 7: Guest Login
If you don’t want to create an account then you have the Guest Login option available. All you need to do is click on the I accept Terms and Conditions and Guest Login.
Step 8: Stremio Board
Then finally, you will see the Movies and TV Shows listed in the board of the Stremio. Wait a sec, to watch the Movies/TV Shows you need to install the Addons.
Step 9: Installing Addons for Stremio
The process of installing Addons is very simple and easy. All you need to do is click on the addons button which is located at the right side of the Search Button. Install top 2 Stremio Addons ( ThePirateBay+, YTS). After the installation of these addons. You can watch your desired Movies and TV Shows.
Step 10: Watching Movies and TV Shows
Finally you can watch the Movies and TV Shows. For reference, I have Parasite movie ready for the streaming. All you need to do is choose one of the link given in the right hand side of the screen. And walla You can watch your desired movie.
Stremio Help Center
If you want to report any issues that you are facing or any new feature requests you want in Stremio. Then, the stremio help center is the place you want to be. Stremio also has Sub-Reddit in which the developers and the users of the stremio are extremely active. I really appreciate the work and effort of the Developers Team working on the Stremio Project.
Hurray !! Congratulations. I hope that you have known how to install stremio on Linux Machine. Enjoy your time with stremio by streaming Movies and TV Shows. And Don’t forget to share this post with your friends and watch Movies.
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