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I was just about to hop back into a paid membership with yousician but stumbled across this again.

You guys are losing out on money.

You should release some way that it can be open source or part open source for the public to make the linux version work. But like others have said it was already working fine, why discontinue something that works just fine??

Also I dont understand why you have to shut everyone down who already has the linux app by forcing them off the platform.

I have an adroid phone with no way of connecting my guitar to it properly, the app sucks without a proper input the microphone does not pick up electric guitars well at all.

I use a proper I/O focusrite on my PC, this is sad news indeed.

Will be moving to a competitor now.

Companies having linux support is what makes them amazing in my opinion, and what drives linux to become more popular

Also if it works on MAC it basically works on LINUX because MAC is UNIX.
toni-- wrote:Please linux support :|
Since someone still cares, there's 2 ways to get it working :
1) Use the android app in a https://www.android-x86.org/ virtual machine with KVM ( I used libvirt to manage it ), just make sure to enable VirGL , I was able to test this one and everything worked.
2) Wine has been making progress on mfplay.dll and mfplat.dll ( both are needed for the windows version ) and with 4.19-staging ( installed by playonlinux ) I was able to start it and log in. Videos don't play for some reason but songs seem to start and audio output seems to work. I was unable to test it further since I no longer have a guitar.

Hope this helps.
By GWar'73
I have been trying to launch Yousician today. I got the window with "New things flying your way...",
the completion goes to some 93% and it shuts down... just to start over in a couple of seconds.
So it goes into vicious cycle as the update never completes!

Has anyone experienced this same thing?
Also sad to hear this decision. New to the platform and considered buying a membership but without a method to use this on my Linux machine it will be a harder sell as I don't really feel like trying to run this in a VM and passing through devices etc. Hopefully a new truly cross platform option will come out for this in the future.
I took windows download link:
https://d3mzlbmn9ukddk.cloudfront.net/B ... nSetup.exe
and installed via Lutris using wine 4.20 without any additional files, just needed manually specify installed exe file location
so far found 2 bugs
- no video during tutorials
- if you will try to change audio driver settings the application will freeze
everything else worked as usual

I am using Linux mint 19.3 kernel 5.3
p.s I've tried VM in past and the sound reading was laggy as hell

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