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Toby Smithe-2
Hi all,

Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
make any guarantees.

[0] https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable

Best,

Toby



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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

robert leleu
On Mint 17.1 Rebecca it was not succesful. However the update manager and synaptic do show the 2.0
I attach succesive errors
#23 reports a broken package I didn't find.
#24 shows the update manager after having run
#25 was displayed by synaptic when trying to reinstall musescore2.0

After several trials the update manager is empty, and I see no broken packages.

Till now I didn't see any break outside Mscore, and (previously) nightly compiled mscore does run.



Je la 25/03/2015 23:36, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
Hi all,

Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
make any guarantees.

[0] https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable

Best,

Toby



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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

Toby St Clere Smithe
Hi Robert,

I'm not sure what the musescore package with version 2.0.0~0-1 is, but
it's not something I know anything about: it looks like you've installed
a MuseScore package from another source, which conflicts with the
official package. If you remove that package first, it should be OK.

In general, though, I don't know much about Linux Mint, so if the
problem is a Mint problem, then I can't help. But from the looks of
things, it should be OK if you remove the other MuseScore package and
install the package from the repository.

Best,

Toby


Robert Leleu <[hidden email]>
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> On Mint 17.1 Rebecca it was not succesful. However the update manager
> and synaptic do show the 2.0
> I attach succesive errors
> #23 reports a broken package I didn't find.
> #24 shows the update manager after having run
> #25 was displayed by synaptic when trying to reinstall musescore2.0
>
> After several trials the update manager is empty, and I see no broken
> packages.
>
> Till now I didn't see any break outside Mscore, and (previously)
> nightly compiled mscore does run.
>
>
>
> Je la 25/03/2015 23:36, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
>> the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
>> components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
>> but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
>> make any guarantees.
>>
>> [0] https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Toby
>>
>>
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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

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At the time, after numerous desinstall reinstall, here I am 25/03/2015 23:16

  • Mint 17.1 Rebecca (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
  • /usr/bin/musescore 20.6 Mio, a link to mscore start Musescore 2.0.0 6e47f74
  • /usr/bin/mscore 20.6 Mio, start Musescore 2.0.0 6e47f74 (that's the reference of my compilation on march 23
  • /home/leleu/musescore/MuseScore/build.release/mscore 238,5 Mio start Musescore préversion instable de la future version : 2.0.0 c887ce2 (that's my last nightly compilation on march 25

so it doesn't seem that I captured the true 2.0, does it ?

however Synaptic says that musescore 2.0.0+dfsg1-0ubuntu~trusty1 is installed



Je la 26/03/2015 15:50, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
Hi Robert,

I'm not sure what the musescore package with version 2.0.0~0-1 is, but
it's not something I know anything about: it looks like you've installed
a MuseScore package from another source, which conflicts with the
official package. If you remove that package first, it should be OK.

In general, though, I don't know much about Linux Mint, so if the
problem is a Mint problem, then I can't help. But from the looks of
things, it should be OK if you remove the other MuseScore package and
install the package from the repository.

Best,

Toby


Robert Leleu [hidden email]
writes:
On Mint 17.1 Rebecca it was not succesful. However the update manager
and synaptic do show the 2.0
I attach succesive errors
#23 reports a broken package I didn't find.
#24 shows the update manager after having run
#25 was displayed by synaptic when trying to reinstall musescore2.0

After several trials the update manager is empty, and I see no broken
packages.

Till now I didn't see any break outside Mscore, and (previously)
nightly compiled mscore does run.



Je la 25/03/2015 23:36, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
Hi all,

Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
make any guarantees.

[0] https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable

Best,

Toby



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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

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At the time, after numerous desinstall reinstall, here I am

  • Mint 17.1 Rebecca (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
  • /usr/bin/musescore 20.6 Mio, a link to mscore start Musescore 2.0.0 6e47f74      
  • /usr/bin/mscore 20.6 Mio, start Musescore 2.0.0 6e47f74 of 25/03/2015 23:16 (that's the reference of my compilation on march 23)
  • /home/leleu/musescore/MuseScore/build.release/mscore 238,5 Mio of 25/03/2015 09:48 starts Musescore préversion instable de la future version : 2.0.0 c887ce2 (that's my last nightly compilation on march 25)

so it doesn't seem that I captured the true 2.0, does it ?

however Synaptic says that musescore 2.0.0+dfsg1-0ubuntu~trusty1 is installed



Je la 26/03/2015 15:50, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
Hi Robert,

I'm not sure what the musescore package with version 2.0.0~0-1 is, but
it's not something I know anything about: it looks like you've installed
a MuseScore package from another source, which conflicts with the
official package. If you remove that package first, it should be OK.

In general, though, I don't know much about Linux Mint, so if the
problem is a Mint problem, then I can't help. But from the looks of
things, it should be OK if you remove the other MuseScore package and
install the package from the repository.

Best,

Toby


Robert Leleu [hidden email]
writes:
On Mint 17.1 Rebecca it was not succesful. However the update manager
and synaptic do show the 2.0
I attach succesive errors
#23 reports a broken package I didn't find.
#24 shows the update manager after having run
#25 was displayed by synaptic when trying to reinstall musescore2.0

After several trials the update manager is empty, and I see no broken
packages.

Till now I didn't see any break outside Mscore, and (previously)
nightly compiled mscore does run.



Je la 25/03/2015 23:36, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
Hi all,

Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
make any guarantees.

[0] https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable

Best,

Toby



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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

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Hi Robert,

Those timestamps on /usr/bin/musescore and /usr/bin/mscore look correct
to me (they are the same as the ones in the package), and, yes,
/usr/bin/musescore is a link to /usr/bin/mscore. For reference, if I run

sha256sum /usr/bin/mscore

I get the hash
75f69f07c90df40b46a813a416fe1f67ecab47a0af7aaf295c1d68c7809f702d.

In any case, if it works now, I wouldn't worry.

Best,

Toby


Robert Leleu <[hidden email]>
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> edited mail
>
> At the time, after numerous desinstall reinstall, here I am
>
>  * Mint 17.1 Rebecca (based on Ubuntu 14.04)
>  * /usr/bin/musescore 20.6 Mio, a link to mscore start Musescore 2.0.0
>    6e47f74
>  * /usr/bin/mscore 20.6 Mio, start Musescore 2.0.0 6e47f74 of
>    25/03/2015 23:16 (that's the reference of my compilation on march 23)
>  * /home/leleu/musescore/MuseScore/build.release/mscore 238,5 Mio of
>    25/03/2015 09:48 starts Musescore préversion instable de la future
>    version : 2.0.0 c887ce2 (that's my last nightly compilation on march 25)
>
>
> so it doesn't seem that I captured the true 2.0, does it ?
>
> however Synaptic says that musescore 2.0.0+dfsg1-0ubuntu~trusty1 is
> installed
>
>
>
> Je la 26/03/2015 15:50, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
>> Hi Robert,
>>
>> I'm not sure what the musescore package with version 2.0.0~0-1 is, but
>> it's not something I know anything about: it looks like you've installed
>> a MuseScore package from another source, which conflicts with the
>> official package. If you remove that package first, it should be OK.
>>
>> In general, though, I don't know much about Linux Mint, so if the
>> problem is a Mint problem, then I can't help. But from the looks of
>> things, it should be OK if you remove the other MuseScore package and
>> install the package from the repository.
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Toby
>>
>>
>> Robert Leleu<[hidden email]>
>> writes:
>>> On Mint 17.1 Rebecca it was not succesful. However the update manager
>>> and synaptic do show the 2.0
>>> I attach succesive errors
>>> #23 reports a broken package I didn't find.
>>> #24 shows the update manager after having run
>>> #25 was displayed by synaptic when trying to reinstall musescore2.0
>>>
>>> After several trials the update manager is empty, and I see no broken
>>> packages.
>>>
>>> Till now I didn't see any break outside Mscore, and (previously)
>>> nightly compiled mscore does run.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Je la 25/03/2015 23:36, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
>>>> Hi all,
>>>>
>>>> Just FYI that a MuseScore 2.0.0 package for 14.04 is available now at
>>>> the PPA[0]. Installing MuseScore on 14.04 will pull in some upgraded Qt5
>>>> components, so if anything breaks, let me know. It is OK on my system,
>>>> but since my configuration is likely to differ from others', I cannot
>>>> make any guarantees.
>>>>
>>>> [0]https://launchpad.net/~mscore-ubuntu/+archive/ubuntu/mscore-stable
>>>>
>>>> Best,
>>>>
>>>> Toby
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

robert leleu
indeed I get the same result

thanks

Je la 26/03/2015 19:33, Toby St Clere Smithe skribis :
sha256sum /usr/bin/mscore

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Re: Ubuntu 14.04 package

Maurizio M. Gavioli
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Just for future reference, it might be helpful to other Linux Mint users.

I used the following procedure on an old notebook with a fresh installation of Linux Mint 17.1 (Rebecca) without any trace of previous MuseScore or custom Qt installation (Mint 17.1 comes with Qt 5.2.1):

1) Added the PPA via Upgrade Manager

2) Updated the package cache

3) Refreshed the Update List and applied all and only the proposed updates (i.e. no "Update" check mark toggled from the default): I noticed that the UM downloaded and installed (part of) Qt 3.5 from the MuseScore PPA

4) Closed the Update Manage and started Synaptic

5) Searched for "MuseScore"; two main packages are proposed: the old 1.3 from Ubuntu and the new 2.0 from the PPA (+ a number of collateral, instrumental, packages); marked the latter for installation

6) "Apply!": More Qt 5.3 modules and MuseScore 2.0 are downloaded from the PPA and installed

7) Closed Synaptic and looked in the Main Menu: the MuseScore 2.0 icon is smiling from the Sound & Video sub-menu!

8) Started MuseScore 2.0: everything works!!!

Thanks!!!

Maurizio