GNU/Linux Download Options

For Debian-based Linux Distributions

We have a package repository to provide native packages of SonoBus which should work on Debian and many popular Debian based distributions such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, MX Linux, Raspberry Pi OS, and others. To setup your system to use and install it, there are a few simple commands that need to be run in a terminal on your system.
You only need to run these two commands once to add our repository to the packaging system:
echo "deb http://pkg.sonobus.net/apt stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sonobus.list

sudo wget -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/sonobus.gpg https://pkg.sonobus.net/apt/keyring.gpg
And then you can use this command to install the latest version of SonoBus:
sudo apt update && sudo apt install sonobus
Please let us know if you have any trouble running the application installed this way, and be sure to let us know what Linux Distribution and version you were using.

For Other Linux Distributions

For other distributions you can use the SonoBus Snap Package.
Please note that currently the Snap build requires you to use jackd1, and there are a few necessary commands after installation that need to be run so that it can use your audio devices via ALSA or JACK. If you require jackd2, it is recommended to build from source.
Or, instead of using the link above you can use this command in a terminal to install SonoBus via Snap:
sudo snap install sonobus
Regardless of how you install the snap package, you will NEED to then run these two commands to make sure the application can access the audio:
sudo snap connect sonobus:alsa
sudo snap connect sonobus:jack1

Build from Source

Use this command in a terminal to download the source code via github:
git clone https://github.com/sonosaurus/sonobus.git
Then follow the instructions on how to easily build SonoBus from source on various distros found in BUILDING.md.