Give it a try ...
The Enna project is available under multiple forms, embedded
within GeeXboX LiveCD
project (version 2.0), or as a standalone application for any
Current stable release
, from 2010/01/02.
This is the very first project's official release.
Further releases and tarball checksums are available in our
As a convenience, Enna has been packaged for Ubuntu 9.10
(Karmic) users (i386 and x86_64 targets).
If you run on this distribution, the easiest
for you might be to add the following line to your
deb http://packages.geexbox.org/ karmic main
Once done, you may just install Enna through the following command:
aptitude install enna
You will find the Enna icon launcher in Applications/Audio and video;
you can also run Enna with the following command:
from a terminal window. The Enna configuration file is created after
the first run in $HOME/.enna/enna.cfg
Maemo 5 Packages for Nokia N900
Enna is available for your favorite mobile phone. It comes optimized and pre-configured for your mobile to find all your possible multimedia contents. In order to install it, go to Package Manager
and add a new repository:
- Name: GeeXboX
- URL: http://packages.geexbox.org
- Distribution: fremantle
- Component: main
Proceed with packages database update and then:
- Hit the Download icon.
- Choose Multimedia application.
- Select Enna Media Center.
If you wanna give it a try, you probably need to consider
yourself a developer
the mandatory build dependancies.
GeeXboX projects use
project as SCM for source control.
It's actualy pretty easy to retrieve current sources for Enna, through the following:
hg clone http://hg.geexbox.org/enna
If you already done so, updating the sources to latest
development tree can be done quite easily through:
hg pull -u