Editor 1.9 for Linux

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  • #23434
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    Software page 1.9 quotes Unsupported Linux version of Editor just as 1.83., but there is no link to download said software. Any Ideas, as my windows XP laptop is dying and I shall soon only have Linux based machines???

    #32220
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    You should try running it with Wine. Not sure if it’ll work or not, but as long as you can transport data packets correctly, theoretically it should work. Unfortunately, it may not.

    #32223
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    Linux people are used to have to search for solutions :-)

    http://www.allen-heath.com/UK/Downloads/Pages/Eula.aspx?downloadId=26

    Wouter
    IDR32, R72, Dante, Mixpad
    laptop, TP-Link TL-WR1043ND

    #33741
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    Bump.

    I agree with the original poster. A&H is not serving the Linux flavor of iLive Editor version 1.90 in their software downloads area. At present, A&H is only providing Editor version 1.90 for Windows and Mac, and I’d like Linux according to the A&H Readme file, please. The URL Wouter provided is pointing to Editor version 1.83.

    I manually created an URL just to see if I could make this work on my own, as follows: http://www.allen-heath.com/UK/Downloads/Pages/SoftwareDownloads.aspx?FileName=iLive_Editor_V1.90-Linux-x86-Install This URL is a blend of the current URLs that serve the Editor installation files blended with the package naming convention A&H used in their previous Linux Editor versions. However, this URL returns an HTML file of 55,014 bytes that contains the line:
    <form name=”aspnetForm” method=”post” action=”SoftwareDownloads.aspx?FileName=iLive+Editor+V1.90-Linux-x86-Install” onsubmit=”javascript:return WebForm_OnSubmit();” id=”aspnetForm”>

    I even tried incorporating the plus signs in my URL as listed above, and still no Linux package is delivered. :(
    I need help. Thanks in advance.

    #33746
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    I believe the Linux version lags a bit behind Win and Mac. I’ve installed virtualbox with a Windows install, and the iLive editor v1.9 for Windows seems to run just fine in that.

    I looked into the native Linux editor, and since it’s Live mode only, doesn’t allow for preconfiguring inputs, etc before a show. Just a thought.

    #33748
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    quote:


    Originally posted by pngaudioguy

    I believe the Linux version lags a bit behind Win and Mac. I’ve installed virtualbox with a Windows install, and the iLive editor v1.9 for Windows seems to run just fine in that.

    I looked into the native Linux editor, and since it’s Live mode only, doesn’t allow for preconfiguring inputs, etc before a show. Just a thought.


    I agree with your points. But I don’t recall the Linux release lagging *this* much. I hoped this all would’ve been sorted out by now, especially if the Linux version was mentioned in the Readme way back when.
    I too have run Editor in Windows within a virtual machine without issues, so I have no question it works. My immediate problem is Linux does what I need in my application, and I’d have to go out of my way to buy yet another Windows license to run it in a virtual machine just to run Editor. I can deal with the lack of offline configuration, and that Editor is provided as-is without support and so forth for Linux. I run dual mix racks, so the offline point is moot. I just was hoping to continue my Linux workflow from firmware version 1.83, as it’s only recent that I updated my iLive firmware to 1.9.

    Allen & Heath, any reply on this?

    #33750
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    Not an A&H response of course, but for $30 you can get a legal license of Mac OS to run in a virtual machine. I haven’t installed the editor on our work MacBook, but I assume it runs fine, and is a reasonably cost-effective solution.

    That said – A&H – any release date for the native Linux v1.9?

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