MaxMSP5 on linux


    Aug 14 2008 | 10:17 am
    hi guys! i'm tryin' to do some tests with Max5 on linux. i know that max5 is based on Jules' juce framework wich is crossplatform. i've tried to install max5 using wine on ubuntu studio...
    but wine doesn't like the pace drivers so is a "no go"
    would be great to have a non-pace max5 version (time limited for anti-piracy) to do tests on linux... linux is great! low latency and rock solid! ideal for live sessions
    thanx
    lalo

    • Aug 14 2008 | 10:27 am
      You could try the runtime?
    • Aug 14 2008 | 1:56 pm
      Correct me please but was there not discussions about making a Linux version available earlier this year?
    • Aug 14 2008 | 2:08 pm
      Quote: fairesigneaumachiniste wrote on Thu, 14 August 2008 07:56 ---------------------------------------------------- > Correct me please but was there not discussions about making a Linux version available earlier this year? ----------------------------------------------------
      hi, c74 said that max5 is crossplatform so may run on linux in future...
      ...i did some tests with max5 runtime using wine and wineasio...
      good news 1. max5 loads correctly 2. i got the test tone running the first time with wine asio and jack
      bad news
      after the first time max5 give me errors about "wine asio error -1000"
      any clue from developers?
      thanx
    • Aug 14 2008 | 2:09 pm
      No, there was a comment in one of David's articles about the then-forthcoming Max 5 -- he remarked that, with the architectural changes to Max, it's now a conceivable project, whereas before it was more or less impossible. Conceivable is, however, not the same as scheduled.
      Jeremy
    • Aug 14 2008 | 2:54 pm
      Quote: Jeremy Bernstein wrote on Thu, 14 August 2008 16:09 ---------------------------------------------------- > No, there was a comment in one of David's articles about the then-forthcoming Max 5 -- he remarked that, with the architectural changes to Max, it's now a conceivable project, whereas before it was more or less impossible. Conceivable is, however, not the same as scheduled. > > Jeremy ----------------------------------------------------
      Interesting but a shame.