The most recent bug fix update to open-source multi-source music player Tomahawk is now available for Ubuntu users, coming just shy of a week after it was released for OS X and Windows.
Tomahawk is a multi-source media player that is able to play back music from your local library, a variety of online services such as YouTube , Soundcloud and Last.fm, as well as the libraries of your friends (providing they’re using Tomahawk).
Amongst the change-log for the 0.3.2 release are: –
- Faster syncing process
- Support for .oga files
- Automatic upgrading of Resolvers
- Bug fixes include UPnP issues
How to install Tomahawk 0.3.2 in Ubuntu 11.10
To install Tomahawk 0.3/2 in Ubuntu 11.10 you will need to add the following PPA to your Software Sources.
After adding, run and update and then install ‘tomahawk‘ from the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Alternatively add and install the application using the following two Terminal commands: –
- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tomahawk/ppa
- sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install tomahawk