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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:12 am 
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Hi all,

Gnaural
An opensource binaural-beat generator , has released a web-based version of Gnaural.

http://gnaural.sourceforge.net/

What is Gnaural for Java?

The Java version of Gnaural resolves all issues of platform compatibility: Gnaural now runs great on Windows, MacOSX, and Linux. But in order to run it the new Gnaural, you'll need Java. It is free, easy, and upwards of 90% of computers already have it. Linux has an open-source solution (OpenJDK), everyone else should get Oracle's version:
https://java.com/

Once Java is installed and Gnaural for Java installed, running Gnaural is as simple as double-clicking the downloaded file "GnauralJava.jar." Linux users may need to run Gnaural from a terminal window (Ctrl-Alt-t), cd'ing to GnauralJava.jar's directory then typing:
java -jar GnauralJava.jar


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MyBigToeCompendium wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:12 am Hi all,

Gnaural
An opensource binaural-beat generator , has released a web-based version of Gnaural.
http://gnaural.sourceforge.net/
What is Gnaural for Java?

The Java version of Gnaural resolves all issues of platform compatibility: Gnaural now runs great on Windows, MacOSX, and Linux. But in order to run it the new Gnaural, you'll need Java. It is free, easy, and upwards of 90% of computers already have it. Linux has an open-source solution (OpenJDK), everyone else should get Oracle's version:
https://java.com/

Once Java is installed and Gnaural for Java installed, running Gnaural is as simple as double-clicking the downloaded file "GnauralJava.jar." Linux users may need to run Gnaural from a terminal window (Ctrl-Alt-t), cd'ing to GnauralJava.jar's directory then typing:
java -jar GnauralJava.jar
Your link detects a 64-bit Firefox for me, and notes it won't run Java. A link there notes FF limits NPAP support.

My other browser IE 11.XX will run it.

Thanks for the link.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 3:35 am 
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Thanks for feedback!


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