You can find on this page RPM binary packages for Fedora .


Find below some 64-bit binaries for a recent version (2.21.5) of the MUESLI library: Find below some 64-bit binaries for an older version (2.17.12) of the MUESLI library:


Each package contains both DEBUG archived libraries and OPTIMIZED shared ones. By default, the shared libraries are used when using the 'muesli-config' script (see the Muesli User's Guide); the archived libraries can be used by specifying the option '--libs-static' to the 'muesli-config' script.

It is always possible to compile your own main program with the '-g' flag in order to use a debugger.

In both cases the installation of the package needs a lot of development version of other packages.

Installation instructions:

For all Fedora versions mentioned above, you should be able to install the Muesli package via a double-click on the RPM archive, once downloaded; this will open the 'Gnome Software' interface. Clicking to the 'install' button (if available) should also install dependencies; note that you must have root access.

If you prefer using the command-line way, entering 'sudo dnf install muesli*.rpm' in a terminal will install the Muesli library and, if needed, the dependencies.

Before use, don't forget to switch from Wayland to Xorg (in the login screen), as mentionned in the Muesli Installation Guide.

Come back to the MUESLI home page.