This is one of the most common questions we see on the RadioDJ forums.
The short answer is “Not at present” and yes you can quote me on that!
The tests have been carried out on both 64bit and 32bit installs of Wine on different versions of Ubuntu.
Even if you get the database installed and get RadioDJ fired up the program may not function and may constantly throw up .NET errors at you.
This is because RadioDJ relies on Microsoft .NET components that developers of Wine haven’t yet got permission to utilise…
I try every couple of months usually when I see an update for .wine & MONO and get the same error messages everytime.
We last tested in March 2017 & couldn’t even get the database setup to open let alone actually run the program. The .exe file just sat there running but not executing using up CPU.
However before you panic there is a simple solution to this. We’ve successfully ran RadioDJ for sometime now in Windows 7/10 in a Virtual-box environment
It’s really not as scary as it sounds. Providing your PC has enough RAM & a decent processor then there is absolutely no reason it shouldn’t work.
You should be able to run RadioDJ on a virtualbox with as little as 512mb of RAM.
Install Virtual Box for your version of Linux. Along with the virtual box guest additions.
Install your preferred version of Windows as a VDI onto Virtualbox.
We recommend Windows 7/8/10 (It will run on Windows XP/Vista but we don’t recommend using those for security reasons).
If you are unsure how to make a VDI then the Virtualbox User Manual should help you.
Once Windows is installed and updates have been sorted then you can move onto installing RadioDJ
First off sort out the UAC (User access controls) You need full “Administrator Privileges” to run RadioDJ successfully.
Then move onto installing the SQL database you can find an easy to install SQL program Here
A tutorial on installing the SQL server can be found Here.
Once the SQL server is installed we then suggest you install VoiceMeeter
Or you can try these Virtual Audio Cables
If both the SQL server and VAC/Voicemeeter are installed and working as you should then move onto the Installation of RadioDJ
Once RadioDJ is successfully installed. You can move onto Importing tracks from the options menu.
If everything went to plan you should now have a working copy of RadioDJ on Virtualbox.
Last updated on: March 26th, 2017
at 17:14 PM Europe/London