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Old 12-23-2007, 03:36 AM
"Paul DeShaw"
Default Mscore from source

From:*Susan Cragin <susancragin@earthlink.net>

To:*Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion <ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Date:*Sat, 22 Dec 2007 16:27:06 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
Subject:*Re: a programme addition request

Hi, Alex.
I'm off to relatives for a few days, but e-mail me back next Thursday or so and I will walk (via email) you through the installation from source. It's not hard, and it looks like a great program.

Susan Cragin

-----Original Message-----
From: alex stone
Im Alex, and very new to linux, ubuntustudio, and mailing lists in general, so if i breach any protocol, please let me know.
I have another [notation editor], that i ask the ubuntustudio team to consider for inclusion.

Mscore, or musescore.* (by Werner Schweer, the developer of Muse.)

As im very new at linux the deb building from source process is still beyond me, so to access a deb of this programme from the usual repositories would be a welcome bonus.

Regards to all in this festive season,

Alex Stone.


Thank you,* Susan, for offering to help, and Alex, for asking the question.* Please CC me unless you post to the whole list.* I look forward to this walk-through, and will probably install it myself just for the practice (or 'practise', if you prefer).* I'm still a little nervous about compiling and installing from source.

--Paul in Seattle


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