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Sayonara 0.9.2

Last update on September, 20 2016

Bug reports are always welcome. Please use the forum. Translators are always welcome, too. Contact me, I will help you

Old versions

Old versions can be obtained from ftp://sayonara-player.com/archive

Ubuntu/Debian

PPA

https://launchpad.net/~lucioc/+archive/ubuntu/sayonara
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:lucioc/sayonara
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sayonara

i386 amd64
trusty sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-trusty1_i386.deb sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-trusty1_amd64.deb
vivid sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-vivid1_i386.deb sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-vivid1_amd64.deb
wily sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-wily1_i386.deb sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-wily1_amd64.deb
xenial sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-xenial1_i386.deb sayonara_0.9.2-0ppa5-xenial1_amd64.deb

Fedora

Since Fedora 21 you can find Sayonara in the repositories. Thank you Martin!

In order to install via terminal use
sudo yum install sayonara
or
sudo dnf install sayonara
You can also have a look at rpmfind to download the RPM directly

If you want to build a rpm package yourself use the SPEC file here

Mageia Linux

Since Mageia 5 you can find Sayonara in the repositories. Thank you David!

In order to install use rpmdrake or via terminal use
urpmi sayonara

Arch Linux

You can find the stable version of Sayonara Player here: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/sayonara-player

If you want to build a package for Arch Linux, use the PKGBUILD file here

Gentoo

You can find a semi-official packing environment here: https://cgit.gentoo.org/proj/betagarden.git/tree/media-sound/sayonara-player

An ebuild file is also available here

Source code / Git

You can find a current snapshot here: sayonara-player-0.9.2-git4-20160920.tar.gz
md5: 9403b32220df8db6fc74b9e710d1470e
sha256: ea334f45e235f6389221e833bbd945aa6b16fe483b2c270c1d3cf2b87318328e
git clone https://git.sayonara-player.com/sayonara.git sayonara-player-read-only
Visit the Forum to find out how to build

Ubuntu Phone (remote control)

Download the Sayonara player remote control for your Ubuntu phone in the app store.
For more information visit the uApp Explorer

I don't have an Android or iPhone so there's no app available