How To Install Spotify on Fedora 23 the Easy Way

Spotify has an official apt repository for Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint users. There’s no official rpm package for Fedora users. This tutorial shows how to install Spotify on Fedora 23 via third-party repository. It’s really quick and easy.

Install Spotify on Fedora 23

Add Fedora Spotify repo from by running the following command in a terminal window.

sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo=

The above command will create a fedora-spotify.repo file under /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory. In case you are interested, here’s the content of this repo file.

name=negativo17 - Spotify

name=negativo17 - Spotify - Source

Now install Spotify client.

sudo dnf install spotify-client

Spotify can be started from applications menu or by running the following command in terminal:


Enjoy beautiful music !!

To remove it, run

sudo dnf remove spotify-client

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You can also go to to download the Spotify rpm package and its dependency (compat-libgcrypt) via HTTP. Then install it using rpm command.

sudo rpm -ivh compat*.rpm spotify*.rpm

This method is helpful to those who experience slow download speed when installing Spotify from repository.

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