cuvtixo wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:51 am
Another request for linux please!!! Surely if MacOS AND Chrome are supported, Linux can too. Chrome is built off a Gentoo linux base, so....
Ok I tried the old approached with Wine and it kind of works. It needs your Wine settings to be changed or certainly did for me. I am "shocked" to find this is an Unity application and they aren't creating a Linux version!!
Any how, this is what I did. I'll include my Linux flavor etc at the end:
Download file (it may push a DMG on Linux) https://s3.amazonaws.com/yousician-publ ... nSetup.exe
The above is the direct link and please "Yousician", can you either provide a direct link to the files or another option "Choose MAC" / "Choose PC" option?
In the terminal (this assumes you have a clean wine under ~/.wine), enter winecfg. Go to graphics settings and select virtual resolution. Enter a resolution that is similar or below your actual monitor resolution, this will allow you to move the window etc if required. This stops it overlapping on your screen, which is what happened on mine. You could always try running it first, but it grabs your mouse and I found it hard to get out.
Open the downloaded file with Wine (make sure its a clean Wine installation). It should start the installer, it stops and says it will download the c++ runtime, just say yes. Once done, assuming Wine applications appear in your menu, just click on the Yousician launcher and it it will appear.
You should be able to login as normal, sound output works fine and the microphone input from Pulse audio works out of the box for me.
Linux Kernel 4.19.49-1