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=== Rivendell Broadcast Appliance CD (CentOS 64 bit only) ===
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=== RHEL/CentOS ===
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The [http://centos.org/ CentOS] distribution has a particularly good integration with Rivendell, as many of the developers working on the code do so on that platform. Information on installing and maintaining a CentOS setup can be found [[Rivendell_on_CentOS | here]].
  
The easiest way to install Rivendell is to use the Rivendell Broadcast Appliance CD which is based on the CentOS operating system (64 bit only).  It can be downloaded from [http://www.paravelsystems.com/rivendell-broadcast-appliance here].  
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=== Ubuntu Xenial (16.04) ===
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Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Ubuntu machineThe instructions to do so can be found [[ UbuntuXenial | here]].
  
The Rivendell Broadcast Appliance CD installs a pre-configured Linux Operating System and the complete Rivendell Radio Automation System software package on your computer. It will completely replace any operating systems and other data installed on the target system. It is vital that any existing data that needs to be retained be backed up to external media before beginning the installation!
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=== Debian 8 (Jessie) ===
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Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Debian 8 (Jessie) machine. Just follow [[Debian8 | these instructions]].
  
If you download and install the Appliance CD there is no need to read any of the other information on this page!  Simply follow the installation instructions on the Rivendell Broadcast Appliance CD [http://www.paravelsystems.com/rivendell-broadcast-appliance webpage].
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=== Debian 9 (Stretch) ===
 
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[[Debian9 | This page]] quickly relates how to install rivendell 3 (v3.0.3) on Debian9.
After you have installed the Rivendell Broadcasting Appliance CD you should follow the instructions in the [[Post_installation_errata | post installation configuration tasks]].
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=== RHEL/CentOS ===
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Rivendell can be installed onto a RHEL/CentOS system using an installer script.  This is now the preferred option when installing new machines.  There are two sets of instructions depending on the version of RHEL/CentOS that you are using.
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* For RHEL/CentOS 6 (32 bit and 64 bit) go [http://static.paravelsystems.com/rivendell-install/rivendell-install-rhel6.html here].
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* For RHEL/CentOS 7 (64 bit only) go [http://static.paravelsystems.com/rivendell-install/rivendell-install-rhel7.html here].
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=== Ubuntu Xenial (16.04) ===
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Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Ubuntu machine. The instructions to do so can be found [[ UbuntuXenial | here]]
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=== Debian 10 (Buster) ===
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[[Debian10 | This page]] quickly relates how to install rivendell 3 (v3.2.0) on Debian10.
  
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=== Old outdated things ===
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'''All information below is out of date and needs to be updated (22nd Feb 2018)'''
  
=== Debian ===
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==== Debian ====
  
 
[[Rivendell_on_Debian_6 | Rivendell on Debian 6]] (Squeeze).  This is intended as a beginners guide that will walk you through getting Rivendell, JACK and Pulse Audio working with Debian 6. It is screen shot and explanation heavy.  
 
[[Rivendell_on_Debian_6 | Rivendell on Debian 6]] (Squeeze).  This is intended as a beginners guide that will walk you through getting Rivendell, JACK and Pulse Audio working with Debian 6. It is screen shot and explanation heavy.  
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Debian packages are available from the repository at [http://debian.tryphon.org/ debian.tryphon.org]. Detailed instructions to [[Install under Debian]].
 
Debian packages are available from the repository at [http://debian.tryphon.org/ debian.tryphon.org]. Detailed instructions to [[Install under Debian]].
  
=== Ubuntu ===
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==== Ubuntu ====
 
   
 
   
 
Ubuntu packages are available from the repository at [http://debian.tryphon.org/ debian.tryphon.org].  Detailed instructions are available [[Rivendell on Ubuntu-Tryphon | here]].
 
Ubuntu packages are available from the repository at [http://debian.tryphon.org/ debian.tryphon.org].  Detailed instructions are available [[Rivendell on Ubuntu-Tryphon | here]].
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A complete guide for installing Rivendell on Ubuntu 11.04 can be found [http://www.talkunafraid.co.uk/2011/02/installing-rivendell-on-ubuntu/ here].
 
A complete guide for installing Rivendell on Ubuntu 11.04 can be found [http://www.talkunafraid.co.uk/2011/02/installing-rivendell-on-ubuntu/ here].
  
=== Other linux distros ===
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==== Other linux distros ====
 
   
 
   
 
You can install Rivendell by compiling from source for other linux distros. Source code is available with instructions in a tarball or zip file on the main [http://rivendellaudio.org Rivendell website] in the [http://rivendellaudio.org/rivendell/download.shtml download section].
 
You can install Rivendell by compiling from source for other linux distros. Source code is available with instructions in a tarball or zip file on the main [http://rivendellaudio.org Rivendell website] in the [http://rivendellaudio.org/rivendell/download.shtml download section].
  
=== Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS ===
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==== Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS ====
  
 
See [[Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS]]
 
See [[Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS]]
  
=== Compiling Rivendell from Source ===
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==== Compiling Rivendell from Source ====
  
 
See [[Compiling Rivendell from Source]]
 
See [[Compiling Rivendell from Source]]
  
=== Duplicating an installed machine for rollout ===
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==== Duplicating an installed machine for rollout ====
  
 
See [[Duplicating an Ubuntu machine so you can install Rivendell | Duplicating an installed machine for rollout (.deb/dpkg based distros like Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint)]]
 
See [[Duplicating an Ubuntu machine so you can install Rivendell | Duplicating an installed machine for rollout (.deb/dpkg based distros like Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint)]]

Latest revision as of 21:37, 3 November 2019

RHEL/CentOS

The CentOS distribution has a particularly good integration with Rivendell, as many of the developers working on the code do so on that platform. Information on installing and maintaining a CentOS setup can be found here.

Ubuntu Xenial (16.04)

Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Ubuntu machine. The instructions to do so can be found here.

Debian 8 (Jessie)

Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Debian 8 (Jessie) machine. Just follow these instructions.

Debian 9 (Stretch)

This page quickly relates how to install rivendell 3 (v3.0.3) on Debian9.

Debian 10 (Buster)

This page quickly relates how to install rivendell 3 (v3.2.0) on Debian10.



Old outdated things

All information below is out of date and needs to be updated (22nd Feb 2018)

Debian

Rivendell on Debian 6 (Squeeze). This is intended as a beginners guide that will walk you through getting Rivendell, JACK and Pulse Audio working with Debian 6. It is screen shot and explanation heavy.

Debian packages are available from the repository at debian.tryphon.org. Detailed instructions to Install under Debian.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu packages are available from the repository at debian.tryphon.org. Detailed instructions are available here.

The easiest way to install Rivendell using Ubuntu is to use the RRAbuntu Live CD installer. You can also test it out without installing the software.

A complete guide for installing Rivendell on Ubuntu 11.04 can be found here.

Other linux distros

You can install Rivendell by compiling from source for other linux distros. Source code is available with instructions in a tarball or zip file on the main Rivendell website in the download section.

Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS

See Downloading Rivendell Source from CVS

Compiling Rivendell from Source

See Compiling Rivendell from Source

Duplicating an installed machine for rollout

See Duplicating an installed machine for rollout (.deb/dpkg based distros like Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint)