Open terminal and run as root.
dnf config-manager –add-repo=http://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-spotify.repo
dnf install spotify-client
Try running Spotify and if it crashes on log in proceed with the rest of the code.
wget -O spotify-client.deb http://repository.spotify.com/pool/non-free/s/spotify-client/spotify-client_188.8.131.52.ga60c0ce1-89_amd64.deb
ar -x spotify-client.deb
tar xf data.tar.gz
sudo cp -r usr/share/spotify/* /lib64/spotify-client/
rm -r usr/ control.tar.gz data.tar.gz debian-binary spotify-client.deb -y
Open Spotify and enjoy:)
5 thoughts on “How To Install Spotify On Fedora 25”
The way the text is rendered, “–” (two hyphens) has been replaced by an em-dash, which means that copy/pasting into the terminal won’t work right off the bat.
Fixed. Thank you.
The “add-repo” option needs a double hyphen,
e.g. it says this “dnf config-manager –add-repo”
but should be this
“dnf config-manger –add-repo”
Microsoft stuff does that a lot (converts — to a single big hyphen).
Thank you Micheal. We got it fixed.
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