Strimio is a free streaming service that lets you have all your radio stations and TV channels in one place. It is a cloud based service that is available for most of the well-known operating systems.
Here at Ibmi Media, as part of our Server Management Services, we regularly help our Customers to perform related Software Packages Installation tasks on Linux Mint Systems.
In this context, we shall look into how to Install Strimio Radio on Linux Systems.
How to Install Strimio Radio on Linux Mint 20 ?
To Install Strimio Radio on your Linux Mint 20 system, follow the steps given below.
1. System Cache Update
It is very important to update our Linux system with the command:
$ sudo apt-get update
After executing this command, we will quickly head on to the next step.
2. Install Snap Daemon
We will install the Strimio Radio through the Snap Package Manager on our Linux Mint 20 system. Therefore, we will first install it with the command shown below:
$ sudo apt-get install snapd
If you already have it installed on your Linux Mint 20 system, then you can skip this step.
3. Install Strimio Radio
Now, it is time to install the Strimio Radio on our Linux system with the following command:
$ sudo snap install strimio-desktop
This process will take some time for the Snap Package Manager to install Strimio Radio on your system.
4. Launch the Strimio Radio
You can launch the Strimio Radio via the Linux terminal with the help of the following command:
You will be able to see the welcome screen of the Strimio Radio after executing this command. From here, you can log into your account if you already have one or you can even create a new one and just start using the Strimio Radio.
How to Uninstall Strimio Radio from Linux Mint 20 ?
If you wish to uninstall the Strimio Radio from your Linux Mint 20 system, then you can execute the following command:
$ sudo snap remove strimio-desktop
The "removed" message in the output will indicate that the specified package has been successfully removed from your Linux Mint 20 system.
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