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 GNU/Linux distribution.

Stable Releases

Current stable release is v0.4.0, from 2010/01/02.
This is the very first project’s official release. Further releases and tarball checksums are available in our releases placeholder.

Ubuntu Packages

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 /etc/apt/sources.list file:

deb karmic main

Once done, you may just install Enna through the following command:

aptitude update
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:
  • Distribution: fremantle
  • Component: main
Proceed with packages database update and then:
  • Hit the Download icon.
  • Choose Multimedia application.
  • Select Enna Media Center.

Development Sources

If you wanna give it a try, you probably need to consider yourself a developer and install the mandatory build dependancies.
GeeXboX projects use the Mercurial project as SCM for source control.

It’s actualy pretty easy to retrieve current sources for Enna, through the following:

hg clone

If you already done so, updating the sources to latest development tree can be done quite easily through:

hg pull -u