Status of Nuvola Packages for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark and Fedora 27

Cross-distribution flatpak packages of Nuvola 4.x Rolling Releases are available also for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark and Fedora 27. The packages of Nuvola 3.0.x Legacy Releases are not provided because of the forthcoming end of life of this series (December 31st, 2017).

Nuvola 4.x Rolling Releases

Since Nuvola 4.x Rolling Releases are provided as cross-distribution flatpak packages, they do work in Ubuntu 17.10 and Fedora 27.

There is a minor inconvenience in the case of Ubuntu 17.10: Click-to-install apt links are currently broken (Ubuntu bug 1723789), so it is necessary to install Flatpak from terminal.

Nuvola 4.8.23 in Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark.

Nuvola 3.0.x Legacy Releases

Since the end of life of Nuvola 3.0.x Legacy Releases is scheduled for December 31st, 2017 (two years since the initial 3.0.0 release), we do not plan to create packages for Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark nor Fedora 27. We recommend upgrading to Nuvola 4.x. Nevertheless, if anybody is seriously interested in DEB/RPM packages for Ubuntu 17.10/Fedora 27, you can contact me at billing@tiliado.eu to obtain a price quote for this work.


Thank You for Your Support

At the time of writing, the awesome people listed bellow and a few others are Nuvola Patrons, who support the development of Nuvola Player and have access to Nuvola Apps 4.x Rolling Releases (cross-distribution flatpak packages). Thank you all!

Andrew Allen, Simon Law, Bart Libert, Bryan Wyatt, Christian Dannie Storgaard, José Antonio Rey, Ryan Wagner, Chris Beeley, David, Andrew Azores, Andrew Kvalheim, Balázs, Ben MacLeod, Martin Wimpress, Duco van Amstel, David Wiczer, Gabriele, Nathan Warkentin.

If you are a Nuvola Patron but your name is not listed, you have to enable the “Show my name and a link to my external profile page in a list of Patrons.” option in your profile settings. Obviously, it is not enabled by default to protect privacy of our patrons.

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