[root@techpulp ~]# rpm -ivh http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-stable.noarch.rpm
[root@techpulp ~]# yum install -y vlc
[root@techpulp ~]# yum install -y mozilla-vlc
Off the above, installing mozilla-vlc is optional as it installs a browser plug-in for Mozilla/Firefox Browser.
I don’t have net connection in fedora OS, Then how can i install VLC player in fedora in off line mode ( I have net connection in windows only). That means how can i install vlc player which is in pendrive or in desktop .
Typically “yum” takes care of main rpm and its dependent rpms. So yum automatically downloads all requires rpms and installs them.
One crude way is to first download the main rpm and try to install it using “rpm -i vlc-xxx.rpm”. Then rpm command throws some info related to dependent files. Based on that information you can google and find the dependent rpms to download and install.
(In your case, You may have to switch between Windows and Linux multiple times.)
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