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Home » , » Mixxx User Manual: Installation.

Mixxx User Manual: Installation.

Mixxx is free mixing software for DJs, providing everything needed to create live mixes.

It allows you to beatmatch songs and crossfade them together, like you would with turntables and a mixer.

Installation on GNU/Linux.

Official packages of Mixxx are only offered for Ubuntu Linux. However, Mixxx can build on almost any Linux distribution.

Installation on Ubuntu.

Method A: Personal Package Archive (ppa)

  • Open a terminal and type the following commands. Type in your administrator password if asked for.

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mixxx
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libportaudio2 mixxx

  • Start Mixxx by simply typing mixxx into the terminal, then hit Return .

Method B: The Ubuntu Software Center.

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Mixxx Installation from the Ubuntu Software Center

The Ubuntu Software Center provides the easiest and safest way to install software on Ubuntu.

  • Start the Ubuntu Software Center on your computer.
  • Search for mixxx in the Software center.
  • Select Mixxx and click the Install button.
  • Type in your administrator password if asked for.
  • Mixxx will be installed and an icon is added to the frequently-used program icons on the launcher.

The Software Center version of Mixxx is under some circumstances out of date, therefore using Method A: Personal Package Archive (ppa) is preferable.

Installation on Other Distributions.

Your distribution may maintain a non-official build that you may use. Alternatively, you can build Mixxx from source. This should be a pretty straight forward process, and it’s certainly easiest on GNU/Linux. For more information, go to:

Building Mixxx from Source.

If your operating system isn’t listed here, then it’s likely you’re going to have to build Mixxx from the source code. For more information, go to:

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