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A new and improved version of baudline has gone beta.  The next baudline is significantly faster, has higher quality graphics, 16M point FFTs, bigger 64-bit buffers, new XY / IQ display, and more.  For a sneak peak see the baudline twitter photos.  It is totally awesome.  Check back soon. 



  Linux x86 baudline_1.08_linux_i686.tar.gz
  Linux x86_64 baudline_1.08_linux_x86_64.tar.gz
  Linux PowerPC  baudline_1.08_linux_ppc.tar.gz
  Linux zSeries baudline_1.05_linux_s390.tar.gz (old)
  Mac OS X baudline_1.08_macosx_universal.dmg
  Solaris SPARC baudline_1.08_solaris_sparc.tar.gz
  source code baudline_0.99_src.tar.gz
  checksums md5sums.txt
                                                                                                             

Instructions:
  • Check the system requirements and read the license agreement.

  • Macintosh users:
    • Download the universal .dmg file.
    • Open it.
    • Copy the baudline app to an appropriate location.
    • Double click to run.
    • Use the 3rd mouse button to popup a control menu and explore baudline's many features.

  • Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris users:
    • Download the .tar.gz file that matches your CPU architecture.
    • To uncompress and extract type "tar zxvf baudline_1.08_linux_i686.tar.gz" or manually gunzip and "tar xvf file_name" if your OS doesn't support the -z flag.
    • "cd" to the appropriate directory.
    • Type "./baudline" to run.
    • Use the 3rd mouse button to popup a control menu and explore baudline's many features.

Notes:
  • Install more user color palettes by copying the included palettes/ directory to your ~/.baudline/ directory.
  • If you encounter any problems while running baudline please send us some email.
  • The baudline executable does not require the installation of any additional libraries.  "It just works."
  • Baudline only runs on the Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and the Solaris operating systems.
  • Currently only Intel/AMD x86, x86_64, PowerPC, S/390, and SPARC microprocessor architectures are supported.  The baudline executable will work on i386.  If you would like to see baudline support another chip architecture please contact us and tell us about it.
  • Webmasters; we request that you do not link directly to the .tar.gz files above because they change frequently and old versions are deleted on a regular basis.  Instead we would prefer that you link to one of our top level web pages such as this download.html page.

License Agreement:
  • This software is free and it comes with no warranty.
  • We are not liable for any damage caused by the use of this product.
  • You are not allowed to distribute this software.
  • You are not allowed to reverse engineer this software.
  • You are required to report any problems that you encounter with this software.
  • By downloading the baudline package you agree to the terms of our license agreement.
  • If you desire a warranty on this product and you wish to purchase a support contract then please contact us.

 
Requirements
Minimum:
  • operating system
    • Linux kernel 2.4 or 2.6
    • FreeBSD 5+
    • Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6
    • Solaris 10
  • glibc 2.2+
  • pthreads (POSIX threads) IEEE Std 1003.1c
  • 200 MHz x86, PPC, S/390, or SPARC processor
  • 64 MB RAM
  • 16 bit sound card
  • X11 server with 8 bpp graphics

Recommended:
  • 400 MHz x86, x86_64, PPC, S/390, or SPARC processor
  • 128 MB RAM
  • multiple 16 bit sound cards
  • libjack 0.100 (optional)
  • X11 server with 16 or 24 bpp graphics and backing store enabled

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