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Where to download MFC-Edit

bwanagary

Administrator
Moderator
v8.5 of what?
MFC-Edit. Since this is the MFC-Edit forum I assumed that's what you were needing. Now I understand that you're using the MFC-Edit 3.09 firmware which was release after MFC-Edit ceased development. My bad - I jumped the gun and misunderstood. If you send me a sysex dump from your 3.09 I'll see if MFC-Edit can load it or not.
 

SimonDreyer

Inspired
Hi Folks, has anyone been able to run MFC on a Raspberry Pi please? I,ve tried to run it using all the instructions provided but no success!
I get the following error:

pi@raspberrypi:~/pi-mfc $ sudo sh runmfc.sh
runmfc.sh: 3: runmfc.sh: Bad substitution
+ cat

############################################################################

Thank you for trying MFC-Edit.

I hope that you'll find it useful and ejoy another app on LINUX.

If you are running a version of LINUX with a graphical desktop, for
example KDE, Gnome, Unity, Xfce etc. you can just use your file browser
to navigate to the MFC-101/bin/MFC-Edit.jar file and double-click
it to launch it. For LINUX desktops that won't automatically
launch the Java (or OpenJDK) runtime you can configure your desktop to
do so.

Failing that, open a terminal (xterm, konsole, gnome-terminal etc.)
and run this shell script to launch MFC-Edit.

############################################################################

+ java -Dsun.java2d.dpiaware=false -jar ./MFC-Edit.jar
pi@raspberrypi:~/pi-mfc $ Error: Unable to initialize main class mfc.edit.MFC_Edit
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: net/java/balloontip/styles/BalloonTipStyle
 

bwanagary

Administrator
Moderator
Hi Folks, has anyone been able to run MFC on a Raspberry Pi please? I,ve tried to run it using all the instructions provided but no success!
I get the following error:

pi@raspberrypi:~/pi-mfc $ sudo sh runmfc.sh
runmfc.sh: 3: runmfc.sh: Bad substitution
+ cat

############################################################################

Thank you for trying MFC-Edit.

I hope that you'll find it useful and ejoy another app on LINUX.

If you are running a version of LINUX with a graphical desktop, for
example KDE, Gnome, Unity, Xfce etc. you can just use your file browser
to navigate to the MFC-101/bin/MFC-Edit.jar file and double-click
it to launch it. For LINUX desktops that won't automatically
launch the Java (or OpenJDK) runtime you can configure your desktop to
do so.

Failing that, open a terminal (xterm, konsole, gnome-terminal etc.)
and run this shell script to launch MFC-Edit.

############################################################################

+ java -Dsun.java2d.dpiaware=false -jar ./MFC-Edit.jar
pi@raspberrypi:~/pi-mfc $ Error: Unable to initialize main class mfc.edit.MFC_Edit
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: net/java/balloontip/styles/BalloonTipStyle
Locate where the MFC-Edit.jar file is. There should be another jar file called "balloontip-1.2.4.1.jar". Make sure that the balloontip-1.2.4.1.jar file is also in your JAVA_PATH. If balloontip-1.2.4.1.jar isn't in the same directory as MFC-Edit.jar, copy it there and it should work.
 
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