(2017-08-08 22:07)yugo Wrote: Hello,
I have installed kodi on fedora 26, following more or less the how-to. Thanks for it.
Thanks for the feedback, yugo - glad the Wiki was useful for you. I will be updating it for Fedora 26 in the near future. I was holding off until I could finish exploring whether I could get get the nascent Wayland fork of Kodi
(PKerling's GSoC 2017 project
) up and running on Fedora 26 without a full-blown Gnome desktop setup. I'm finding this more difficult to achieve than I had originally hoped, so I'll update the Wiki with Fedora 26 under tried-and-true X11 for now.
(2017-08-08 22:07)yugo Wrote: Instead of uninstalling firewalld, I opened port 8080.
firewallctl zone --permanent FedoraServer add rich-rule 'rule family="ipv4" source address="192.168.0.0/24" port port="8080" protocol="tcp" accept'
This was enough for the remote server and for kore to work.
Seems reasonable. If you're not worried about things like SMB, NFS, AirPlay, miniDLNA, etc.
, then TCP on port 8080 should be fine. When updating the Wiki for F26 I'll add this in for those who only care about remote-control / web-control. Actually, I suppose eventually I should take a closer look at whether or not packages like Samba automatically open up the firewall appropriately during their installation scripts...