Tomahawk is another free and open source music player available for Linux system. It supports various operating systems such as Windows, Mac and Linux. Tomahawk has a simple user interface, supports various music sources both locally and online services such as Google Music, Pandora radio and many more.
On this Fedora tutorial, I am going to show you how to install Tomahawk on Fedora 21. Its pretty easy to install Tomahawk music player on Fedora 21. If you are new to Tomahawk, you can browse and get more information about this application from Tomahawk Website. Or, if you are new to Fedora, you can also find more tutorial about Fedora here on this blog.
Steps to install Tomahawk Music Player on Fedora 21
First, we need to download the binary of Tomahawk for Linux. You can do this by clicking this download link and save it to your computer. Or, this wget command also works.
If you are running 32 bit Fedora, use this command instead
Next install the package using yum command to automatically resolve the dependency files. Please note that the installation of Tomahawk requires internet connection. Make sure you are connected to the internet to continue.
yum install tomahawk-0.8.4-1.fc21.x86_64.rpm
yum install tomahawk-0.8.4-1.fc21.i686.rpm
Done. Now enjoy Tomahawk!