Initial import - Alex
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1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
2 <!DOCTYPE section SYSTEM "./tX.dtd"[
3 ]>
4 <section name="download">
5   <download>
6     <index>
7       <title>Available Downloads</title>
8     </index>
9
10    <current version="3.73" havebz2="yes"/>
11     <subsection>
12       <title>Requirements</title>
13
14       <para>terminatorX requires:
15
16         <itemizedlist>
17           <listitem>
18             <nopara>A Linux or FreeBSD system with the GNU C library installed.</nopara>
19           </listitem>
20
21           <listitem>
22             <nopara><link ref="http://www.xfree86.org">XFree86</link> with
23               DGA/DirectMouse support. DGA should be available in all XFree86
24               releases after 3.3, but <bold>not every X-server provides
25                 DGA</bold>, so please check that your X-server has that
26               feature. <newline/><!--<red>WARNING:</red> XFree86 Version 4.0.0 has buggy
27               DGA-Mouse support, please upgrade to Version 4.0.1 or above to
28               be able to use terminatorX-->
29             </nopara>
30           </listitem>
31
32           <listitem>
33             <nopara>The <link ref="http://www.gtk.org">Gimp Toolkit -
34                 gtk+</link> Version 2.0 or above
35             </nopara>
36           </listitem>
37
38           <listitem>
39             <nopara><link ref="http://www.ladspa.org">LADSPA</link>
40             The Linux Audio Developer's Simple Plugin API
41             </nopara>
42           </listitem>
43
44   <listitem>
45     <nopara>
46       <link ref="http://www.libxml.org">LibXML</link> which comes installed
47       with most distributions
48     </nopara>
49   </listitem>
50   
51   <listitem>
52   <nopara>terminatorX supports Steve Harris' 
53   <link ref="http://plugin.org.uk/lrdf/">liblrdf</link> which allows categorizing
54   LADSPA plugins. Although terminatorX can be built without liblrdf support I strongly 
55   recommend installing it when you plan on using Steve Harris' wonderful
56   <link ref="http://plugin.org.uk/">plugin collection</link> with terminatorX.
57   </nopara>
58   </listitem>
59   
60   <listitem><nopara>terminatorX' MIDI interface is based on the ALSA sequencer API and therefor requires
61   a working <link ref="http://www.alsa-project.org">ALSA</link> setup</nopara></listitem>
62           <listitem>
63     <para>
64       To enhance audiofile support I strongly recommend installing:
65       <itemizedlist>
66         <listitem>
67           <nopara>
68             <link ref="http://www.68k.org/~michael/audiofile/">
69                   libaudiofile</link> for loading wav, aiff and au files
70             and <link ref="http://sox.sourceforge.net">sox</link> for
71             pre-listening and loading of file formats not supported by
72             libaudiofile.
73           </nopara>
74         </listitem>
75         <listitem>
76         <nopara>
77           <link ref="http://www.xiph.org/ogg/vorbis/">libvorbis
78           </link> for loading of OGG Vorbis (.ogg) streams and 
79           <link ref="http://www.xiph.org/ogg/vorbis/">ogg123</link> for
80           pre-listening to them.</nopara>
81         </listitem>
82         <listitem>
83           <nopara> The
84             <link ref="http://www.mars.org/home/rob/proj/mpeg/">
85               mad</link> (MPEG Audio Decocder) library for loading mp3
86             streams and <link ref="http://www.mpg123.de">
87                 mpg123</link> or 
88             <link ref="http://mpg321.sourceforge.net">mpg321</link> for
89             pre-listening of these.
90           </nopara>
91         </listitem>
92       </itemizedlist>
93       Note: Most of these libraries are included with current Linux
94       distributions - so you might want to check your vendor's package
95       list before building the libraries from source.
96     </para>
97     
98   </listitem>
99         </itemizedlist>
100       </para>
101     </subsection>
102
103     <subsection>
104       <title>Current Version</title>
105       <currentversion/>
106     </subsection>
107
108     <subsection>
109       <title>Old Sources</title>
110       <tarfiles>
111         <tar version="3.73" havebz2="yes"/>
112         <tar version="3.72"/>
113         <tar version="3.71"/>
114         <tar version="3.70"/>
115         <tar version="3.60"/>
116         <tar version="3.55"/>
117         <tar version="3.51"/>
118         <tar version="3.5"/>
119         <tar version="3.2"/>
120         <tar version="3.1"/>
121         <tar version="3.01"/>
122         <tar version="3.0"/>
123       </tarfiles>
124     </subsection>
125
126     <subsection>
127       <title>Old RPMs</title>
128       <rpmfiles>
129         <rpm type="i386" version="3.73" rpmsubversion="1"/>
130         <rpm type="i386" version="3.72" rpmsubversion="1"/>
131         <rpm type="i586" version="3.71" rpmsubversion="2"/>
132         <rpm type="i586" version="3.70" rpmsubversion="1"/>
133         <rpm type="i586" version="3.60" rpmsubversion="2"/>
134
135         <rpm type="sparc" version="3.71" rpmsubversion="2"/>
136     
137       <rpm type="src" version="3.73" rpmsubversion="1"/>
138       <rpm type="src" version="3.72" rpmsubversion="1"/>
139         <rpm type="src" version="3.71" rpmsubversion="2"/>
140         <rpm type="src" version="3.70" rpmsubversion="1"/>
141         <rpm type="src" version="3.60" rpmsubversion="2"/>
142       </rpmfiles>
143     </subsection>
144
145     <subsection>
146       <title>Historic Sources</title>
147       <filelist>
148         <file>terminatorX-V23.tar.gz</file>
149         <file>terminatorX-V22.tar.gz</file>
150       </filelist>
151     </subsection>
152     
153     <subsection>
154       <title>Samples</title>
155       <para>I still have the "get you started"-samples <file>scratch.wav</file>
156         and <file>beat.wav</file> available. If you have some audio files to
157         scratch on but no beats (loops) lying around here is
158         <file>tX_beats.tar.bz2</file> which contains ten more beats I
159         downloaded somewhere else - Sorry I don't remember where they're from
160         - if you know please tell me so I can put some credits up here.
161       </para>
162       <para>If you want to have even more samples check out
163         <person>
164           <name>Erik's</name>
165           <email>e@osterman.com</email>
166         </person> <bold>huge</bold> sample-archive
167         (<link ref="http://ftp.osterman.com/pub/music/samples">http</link>/<link ref="ftp://ftp.osterman.com/pub/music/samples">ftp</link>). 
168       </para>
169     </subsection>
170   </download>
171 </section>
172