Download

Sources

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


Additional Software

Check the links section.

Debian Packages

You can install MOC using apt-get.

Fedora

Current MOC RPMs are available on RPMFusion repositories. Additional packages can be found at the GitHub maintained by Antonio Trande (see also node/1455).

FreeBSD Port

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

pkgsrc

MOC is available in pkgsrc (NetBSD Packages Collection).

Gentoo

MOC is available in portage, you can check it at Gentoo Packages.
Install it by typing:


emerge media-sound/moc

Check USE-flags to enable/disable decoder plugins and other optional features.

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://svn.daper.net/moc/trunk

Note that the URL of the MOC SVN repository has recently changed. If you are accessing it using the old URL via the Subversion client, this is the command to switch to the new URL:


svn relocate svn://svn.daper.net/moc/trunk

If you are using git-svn, then follow the recipe given here.

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

You may need to rerun autoreconf with the -if options as some of the configuration files may have changed.

Required Libraries

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