Supported Devices

SimpleTelly can be installed on just about
any Internet-connected device! Choose yours:

How to configure SimpleTelly on your Linux (Terminal).

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Linux Initial Setup

This page will guide you through the setup process on a Linux computer using the built in terminal, which is available on almost all versions and distribution of Linux.

Login to our website, from your computer and take note of the fastest DNS server address that appears on screen.

simpletelly account homepage

Editing the existing DNS configuration

Go to your Terminal and type in sudo bash . This will give you super user privilege.

Once you have the super user (administrator) access, type in the command below to back up your network configuration file.

cp /etc/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.orig

Linux terminal backup dns

Next, type in the command below to remove the resolv.conf file.

rm /etc/resolv.conf

linux terminal remove dns

Now, type in the command below one at a time.

Note: You will need to enter the DNS server addresses that appeared on your browser earlier. In this example, my fastest DNS server addresses are and

echo "nameserver" > /etc/resolv.conf

echo "nameserver" >> /etc/resolv.conf

Linux terminal enter dns

Finally, type in the command below.

cat /etc/resolv.conf

If the set up was successful , it will display the DNS that you've specified earlier:

Linux terminal confirm dns

Register DNS on Network

Once you have done that, go back to your account page and click on Check My Setup.

simpletelly account homepage

If this is the first computer you have setup from this location, you will probably need to register your current IP address. Click on Register your new IP address.

simpletelly register new IP

You will get Everything's OK! message on your screen if your IP has been registered successfully in our system.


Linux Setup Complete

Now that you have setup and registered your system you can go ahead and access the TV site of your choice and stream it like you mean it!.

For the full list of supported channels, please refer to our Supported Services page.

Any problems?

Unfortunately it doesn't always go to plan! If you are having problems please email us at and we will do our best to assist you.

Linux terminal