Video hosting is a growing market in the Internet age, and with the popularity of cloud-based video hosting services, Kodi has always been a popular choice for those looking to use it for home video or video editing.
Today, though, there are a lot of Kodi users that are still not sure which hosting platform to use when they’re streaming content.
One popular option is Kodi for Windows, but a new version of the software released today adds support for Linux and other Linux-based operating systems.
Users can now select the Linux-hosting option when installing Kodi 12, allowing them to use the built-in Kodi for Linux installer to install Kodi on their Linux system.
The new installers, which come with a list of supported Linux distributions, include Ubuntu and Debian.
The installer will also give users the option to add a new Linux-friendly name to their Kodi install, which will make it easier for them to find a new video host.
In addition, users can choose to add their own custom Linux install, giving them a more customizable interface.
Users of the Linux installer can also choose to install the new Linux video host software with a single click, instead of downloading the entire package.
If a user does so, they will be able to choose which Linux operating system to install from, instead, but the option is hidden from users.
Users will still have the option of installing Linux with the built in installer, but it will not be available when installing from the Web.
The option to install using the Web interface will also remain hidden.
Users can also install using a command line program that is accessible by clicking on the install button, but that option is also hidden from the installer.
The installer will then install the latest version of Kodi, which should come with the latest fixes and improvements.
In addition to the Linux option, the software is now also compatible with other operating systems, including Windows and MacOS.
Users are also able to install and update their Kodi installations from the Home tab of the Settings menu.
A user can also customize the Linux install to use a specific kernel, which can be set by choosing the appropriate option from the list of available options.
Users also have the ability to install updates to the software, and there is a new section in the settings that provides an option to update the Kodi installer from a local repository.
The repository is a centralized repository for all Kodi updates.
Users who want to update their install should click the Update button to do so.
The latest version will be available to users on November 15.
The full list of changes is available here.
Kodi for Linux 12 is available for free from the Microsoft Store, but users can also purchase the Linux version for $9.99 via the Google Play Store.