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MilkyTracker Community / Re: Can't install
« on: January 01, 2018, 17:49:53 »
Do you have all dependencies installed on your Raspberry Pi 3? Can you post the output from cmake?

MilkyTracker Community / Re: MilkyTracker 1.0.0 Linux x64 AppImage
« on: December 19, 2017, 16:32:06 »
I use virtual machines for compiling my most used programms form source because i always want the newest version.
You don't have to use VM's but there are often problems with the dependencies and installed progamms. (and i don't want to mess up my main installed Distro.)
As for AppImages you need the correct dependencies of the software too.
You can also use the "LD_LIBRARY_PATH" variable to run programms compiled on other Distos with different dependencies.

MilkyTracker Community / Re: MilkyTracker 1.0.0 Linux x64 AppImage
« on: December 15, 2017, 18:59:49 »
Hi diigitae!

I've updated Milkytracker to 1.0.1 - latest git version from today. :)

You might also be interested in this topic for OpenMPT (bundel with WINE):

You have to compile Milkytracker from source and than make an AppImage.
Here is a description for creating AppImages:
Here are some scripts for making AppImages ( and excludelist is important)


MilkyTracker Community / MilkyTracker 1.0.0 Linux x64 AppImage
« on: June 09, 2017, 14:28:43 »

I've made an AppImage for Milkytracker. AppImages should run on all x64 Linux Platforms. (basically the binary is packed with the dependencies)
You have to make the AppImage executable with the command: "chmod a+x milkytracker-1.0.0-x86_64.AppImage" (on most Distros you can also right click on the AppImage File --> Properties --> Permissions --> Execute set to Anyone)

Download: ~2,8MB

Tested on Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and Arch Linux.


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