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- 1 RHEL/CentOS
- 2 Ubuntu
- 3 Debian
- 4 Downloading Rivendell Source from GitHub
- 5 Old outdated things
CentOS is the “reference” operating system distribution for Rivendell. All feature development and bug fixes are conducted on CentOS.
This web page (maintained by Paravel Systems) contains detailed instructions for installing Rivendell version 3 on CentOS version 7.
Unbuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver) and Linux Mint 19.3
This page covers how to compile from source and install Rivendell 3 (v3.5.0) on Ubuntu 18.04. It has been reported these instructions also work on Linux Mint 19.3.
Ubuntu Xenial (16.04) Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Ubuntu machine. The instructions to do so can be found here.
The following pages describe how to install Rivendell from source on a Debian system.
Debian 10 (Buster)
This page quickly relates how to install Rivendell 3 (v3.2.0) on Debian10.
Debian 9 (Stretch)
This page quickly relates how to install Rivendell 3 (v3.0.3) on Debian9.
Debian 8 (Jessie) Rivendell can be compiled / installed onto a Debian 8 (Jessie) machine. Just follow these instructions.
Downloading Rivendell Source from GitHub
Compiling Rivendell from Source
Old outdated things
All information below is out of date and needs to be updated (22nd Feb 2018)
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.
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.