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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby qiy on 09 Aug 2015, 11:44

I really look forward to a linux version.

I'm using bitwig a lot but now that I have a multitouch screen the idea of Cross DJ on my laptop has become even more appealing.

I hope the mix masters will bless us with a linux version. I'm more than happy to $upport.
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby kelt on 15 Oct 2015, 17:37

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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby djarcade on 11 Nov 2015, 15:39

how can I download the beta version?
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby daniel clark on 12 Nov 2015, 01:06

djarcade wrote:how can I download the beta version?

:neutral: not sure if the linx version is still available :neutral:
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby DJ Vintage on 12 Nov 2015, 10:38

The question one should ask here is really "does it pay to invest a LOT of manpower porting an application to a relatively (compared to Mac/Windows) little used OS that is all but non-existing in the DJ booth or should that manpower be directed at new versions, new features and better/more standard mappings benefiting a much larger group of people?"

If Mixvibes were to ask me (which they won't :-D ), I would never advise putting money, time and effort/manpower in developing the Linux version further.

It would not be a financially, commercially and marketing-wise solid decision.

Just my two cents.
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby Ofukde on 02 Dec 2015, 06:23

I'm too stupid to understand this.
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby n2ma on 04 Jan 2016, 15:09

@ DJ Vintage
Cross has been ported to Android. Android is Linux!
In my opinion it should not be that time consuming to adapt it to lets say Ubuntu or Mint... Unfortunately I missed the beta test time period but I suppose soundcard comatibility can be an issue...
Beside that it can also be a statement to lauch a software also on other platforms. Granted Linux is not market leader (on pcs) but you never know what will happen in the future and obviously a linux version of Cross would be interessting for certain users.

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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby TxmiHxxCxx on 06 Apr 2016, 10:00

OS of the future so i dont see how it would not be a good thing.
World is changing even the way we mix music is telling it.
Stay valid is the key and i believe the mixvibes fam knows this.

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Me and my 15months old love it.

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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

Postby Baystian on 30 Oct 2016, 15:05

+1 as well, just installed linux mint and I'm going to try and get wine to work with Cross, but linux support would be amazing!
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Re: Lets lobby for Linux Cross

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