Kazam is a screencast and screenshot application for Linux. With Kazam you can record your desktop activity and save it as video file. Kazam can be installed on most Linux distribution. Here I will show you how to install Kazam 1.4.5 on Fedora 23. Kazam is not available on Fedora repository. So we have to install it manually from RPM file. But don’t worry, its pretty easy.
Steps to install Kazam on Fedora 23
First download Kazam RPM binary from this link. You may also use the following command on Terminal.
I was failed to install the RPM file with the following command
sudo rpm -ivh kazam-1.4.5-3.1.noarch.rpm
The system cannot resolve the dependency files automatically. But the following command does the magic:
sudo dnf install kazam-1.4.5-3.1.noarch.rpm
Now enjoy Kazam to create your own screencast on Fedora 23.
sudo dnf remove kazam