Installation Guide Media Players

How to install Sayonara Music Player on Linux

Sayonara Music Player is a fast and easy to use music player for Linux with little foot-print. It is written in C++, and supported by the Qt framework. It uses Gstreamer as audio backend. Although Sayoanra is considered as a lightweight player, it holds a lot of features to organize even big music collections. Furthermore, this app is a good alternative to players like Rhythmbox, Clementine or Amarok. Before we proceed on how to install Sayonara Music Player on Ubuntu, lets take a quick look at its features.

One of the goals for this app is to make it intuitive and easy usablility. Currently it is only available for Linux. Those who miss Winamp for Linux should give Sayonara a try.

Sayonara Music Player

Sayonara Music Player Features

  • Many supported music and playlist formats
  • Media library with search function
  • Directory view
  • External device support
  • Genre organization
  • Playlist view organized by tabs
  • Dynamic playback

Sayonara 0.9.2 Changelog

  • track creation/modify dates of tracks
  • Double free error fixed when closing player
  • Playlist: Bug fixed. Saved playlists aren’t deleted anymore
  • LastFM: Scrobbling fixes
  • Library: Genre search fixes
  • Engine: make pitch optional
  • Library
    • live search bug fixed
    • smart database search
    • Filesystem watcher (experimental)
    • Merge artists
    • prefix/postfix search
  • Tagging: Ignore period character in genre view*
  • Fixed jumping bug in speed/pitch plugin, as well as segfault in crossfader
  • Debian packaging
  • Added
    • gstreamer bad dependency
    • pitch control support
    • speed control not affecting pitch
    • bookmarks for supporting podcasts
    • System tray icon on/off support
  • Fixed lyrics bug

How to install Sayonara 0.9.2 on Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.04

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:lucioc/sayonara

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install sayonara

How to uninstall Sayonara from Ubuntu

sudo apt remove sayonara

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