Pithos is a native Pandora Radio client for Linux. It’s much more lightweight than the Pandora.com web client, and integrates with desktop features such as media keys, notifications, and the sound menu.
Pithos 1.3.1 released! Mostly a minor bug-fix release smoothing over some minor issues, with a couple new features. See the changelog for details.
Pithos 1.3.0 released! This is a major release involving a lot of bug fixes and a few new features. See the changelog for a full list.
Pithos 1.2.1 released! Just a minor bug-fix release smoothing over some minor issues. See the changelog for details.
Pithos 1.2.0 released! This is a major release involving a lot of cleanup and some UI redesigns. Please see the changelog for a full list.
Pithos 1.1.2 released! This is another bug fix release that fixes the SSL error when using Pandora One. There are also a few plugin improvements including fixing the tray on KDE 5. (Note: Python 3.4+ is now required)
Pithos 1.1.1 released! This is a bug fix release that fixes occasional erratic buffering behavior. Pithos 1.1.1 requires GTK 3.14+ (Ubuntu 15.04, Fedora 21). See below for installation instructions.
Pithos 1.0.3 released! This is a bug fix release that fixes occasional erratic buffering behavior for the 1.0.x series (GTK 3.10 compatible), for those of you using Fedora <= 20 and Ubuntu <= 14.10.
- Play / Pause / Next Song
- Switching stations
- Remembering user name and password
- Cover Art
- Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down / Tired of this song
- Notification popup with song info
- Launching pandora.com song info page and station page
- Reconnecting when pandora session times out
- Editing QuickMix
- Creating stations
- Media Key support
- Proxy support
- Last.fm scrobbling
Installing on Ubuntu
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pithos/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --install-recommends pithos
Installing on Fedora
First add the RPMFusion repos. Then:
sudo dnf install pithos
Installing with Flatpak
flatpak install --from https://dl.tingping.se/flatpak/pithos.flatpakref
Also see the wiki.
Installing from source
Please read the wiki for information on installing from source.
Why the name “Pithos?”
The original Pandora myth used the word “pithos,” which was mistranslated to “box.” Similarly, a flash applet is a mistranslation to the Linux platform.
What does Pithos mean for Pandora?
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