Author Topic: Install Musicbee on Ubuntu (TUT)  (Read 54336 times)

phred

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Please understand that MB wasn't made to run on *nix installations. Any help/support you get will be from other users who have struggled to get it working under that OS.

I suggest searching the forum for the various *nix threads. I don't know that you'll find you're answer, but you're responding to a six-plus year old thread.

Download the latest MusicBee v3.5 patch from here.
Unzip into your MusicBee directory and overwrite existing files.

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Check out the MusicBee Wiki.
How to post screenshots is here.

Al jaqrah

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Just wanted to post that MusicBee is hands down THE best choice for music collections.

Recently I abandoned Windows as my main os and moved to Ubuntu. I spent a lot time, basically 2 full days trying to get MusicBee running with Wine.  It was a huge pain and very frustrating.

I finally stumbled upon Crossover a frontend gui for Wine and some useful tips on there website.  After another day of fussing around and running down the proper .dlls, I did manage to get MusicBee up and running within a Crossover bottle.

It works pretty well including ripping cds.  Everynow and again its throws a weird error message but a small price to pay for having this function in linux.  Linux music players blow.  Clementine gets a D-