Download

Sources

You can download MOC sources from the official ftp site (could be slow):

You can also use the SourceForge.net mirror.

Additional software

Check the links section.

Debian packages

You can install MOC using apt-get.

Fedora

MOC RPMs for Fedora maintained by Antonio Trande (see also node/824).

FreeBSD port

MOC can be installed using the FreeBSD ports system (audio/moc).

pkgsrc

MOC is available in pkgsrc (NetBSD Packages Collection).

KateOS

Add following repositories to /etc/updateservers (or unhash, if you already have them):

http://kateos.org/download/packages/dist3-community-stable/
http://kateos.org/download/packages/dist3-community-unstable/

Install by typying:
# updateos -i mocp

Pardus

Add the contrib repository first. by typing

pisi ar contrib http://paketler.pardus.org.tr/contrib-2007/pisi-index.xml.bz2

then MOC can be installed by typing

pisi it moc

or just select the package on gui with tool "package-manager".

The package maintainer is Ayan Öztürk.

Current development sources

The development version can be downloaded from the Subversion repository using this command:

svn co svn://daper.net/moc/trunk
MOC will be placed in the trunk directory. To generate configure, run
autoreconf
When you run autoreconf for the first time on a freshly checked out respository you should add -i option.

To update your copy, go to the trunk directory and use the command:

svn update

Required libraries

MOC requires a few libraries that may not be present in your system. List of these is available on the links page.