Welcome to the website of Crossfade GNU/Linux, the cross-platform digital DJ system for USB flash and portable hard drives. Crossfade GNU/Linux allows you to use a USB drive with your music collection to DJ on any modern PC (with an x86 or x86_64 CPU), including Apple Macs, using the DJ program Mixxx customized however you like. USB drives with Crossfade GNU/Linux installed on them show up in Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux as normal USB drives that music or any other data can be copied onto. Unlike ordinary USB drives, they can also be used to boot Crossfade GNU/Linux. After rebooting, the PC will be back to how it was before. See the manual for installation instructions.
Crossfade GNU/Linux and Mixxx are free software—free as in artistic freedom, not just price. You are free and encouraged to use, copy, share, and modify this software however you wish and share your changes with the community on Savannah. Sharing Crossfade GNU/Linux can be a great way to encourage friends to start DJing or introduce DJs who use proprietary software such as Traktor, Serato, or Virtual DJ to free software without having to commit to installing anything on their PC.
Crossfade GNU/Linux is setup with a realtime Linux kernel for optimal performance. It includes the Xfce graphical desktop environment, Midori web browser, and Clementine music player. It has a number of other programs for live musical performance including the Hydrogen drum machine, SooperLooper and Giada loopers, Guitarix electric guitar amplifier, Rakarrak guitar effects board, Ardour digital audio workstation, Audacity wave editor, and many LV2 and LADSPA audio effects plugins. Additionally, Crossfade GNU/Linux includes utilities that make it useful as a computer rescue system, such as the GParted partition manager, GNU GRUB bootloader, TestDisk data recovery program, FSArchiver filesystem backup program, and MATE Disk Usage Analyzer. Crossfade GNU/Linux is a Fedora® Remix containing software from sources other than Fedora, namely RPMFusion and PlanetCCRMA, as well as scripts and configuration specific to Crossfade GNU/Linux.
Please seed the torrent after downloading. SHA256 checksums of the files in the torrent:
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Hosting for the ISO image is kindly provided by OpenAV productions. You will also need to download the crossfade-usb-install script to install the ISO image to a USB drive from GNU/Linux.
To ask for support, report bugs, or submit patches, visit the Savannah project page. To be notified of new releases, subscribe to the crossfade-announce mailing list.
The source code for Crossfade is available in /usr/share/crossfade in the root filesystem of each release. You can also get it by cloning the git repository:
git clone git://git.savannah.nongnu.org/crossfade.git
If you are interested in participating the development of Crossfade GNU/Linux, please subscribe to the crossfade-devel mailing list.