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Install Popcorn Time 0.3.10 in Ubuntu and Mint Linux

Popcorn time is a simple open source torrent streaming application that uses the BitTorrent network to download and then share contemporary, high quality movies and TV shows.

Popcorn Time 0.3.10 features

The latest version 0.3.10 comes with new features and bug fixes. Some of the new features are:

  • Sort movies & TV-shows by genre
  • Choose HD & subtitles
  • See torrent health
  • Available for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android
  • Search field available
  • Watch trailers

Install Popcorn time in Ubuntu 13.04/13.10/14.04/16.04/ and Linux Mint 15/15/17/18

[su_box title=”Warning!” box_color=”#ff0000″ title_color=”#0f0e0e”]Important notice: Time 4 Popcorn streams movies and TV shows from torrents and that may be illegal in your country. Use it at your own risk![/su_box]

How to run Popcorn Time 0.3.10 on Ubuntu and Mint Linux

First download Popcorn time application:
Download Popcorn Time 32 bit

# wget https://get.popcorntime.sh/build/Popcorn-Time-0.3.10-Linux-32.tar.xz

Download Popcorn Time 64 bit

# wget https://get.popcorntime.sh/build/Popcorn-Time-0.3.10-Linux-64.tar.xz

Extract archive file (I am extract 64 bit archive):

Extract Popcorn Time achive
Extract Popcorn Time achive

Open Popcorn Time derectory and duble click on Popcorn-Time file:

Start Popcorn Time application
Start Time 4 Popcorn application

Now, see Popcorn Time first run screen:

Popcorn Time first run screen
Time 4 Popcorn first run screen
Time 4 Popcorn Movie list
Time 4 Popcorn Movie list
Time 4 Popcorn TV series list
Time 4 Popcorn TV series list
Time 4 Popcorn Settings screen
Popcorn  Time Settings screen

If you see Error missing libudev.so.0 enter following command in terminal:
For 32bit

# sudo ln -sf /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libudev.so.1 /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libudev.so.0

For 64bit

# sudo ln -sf /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.1 /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.0

That is all.

See also:Install Popcorn time from source code in linux

14 Comments

  1. I’m having issues with this, it doesn’t seem to work on CentOS for some reason. You know what the problem might be?

  2. Open a terminal and use the following commands to install Popcorn Time via WebUpd8‘s PPA:
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/popcorntime
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install popcorn-time

  3. Tried that on Xubuntu 14.04, nothing happened after doubleclicking the .sh, then I installed from ppa which worked, but the screen stays black while the data stream is working. It seems it still needs some bugfixes.

  4. it may be stolen but it has far more movies, more subtitles and better quality that the ”official” version….after all there is no official version in a open sourse software…e.g type ”woman in black” in each software and see the number of results…

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