Edacious requires the Agar library.

Edacious is written for the most part in ANSI C, and is portable to the numerous platforms supported by Agar. Unlike most GUI toolkits, Agar can take full advantage of modern graphics hardware. Since the simulation process requires significant CPU resources in itself, Agar's OpenGL display mode is recommended when possible.

Note: The latest development (SVN) version of Edacious also requires the latest SVN version of Agar.
Current Beta Version (SVN)
Verifying Signed Packages

After downloading a package, check that the SHA-256 checksum matches the package's .md5 file. Edacious packages are signed by Julien Nadeau Carriere ( Get this KEYS file along with the package's .asc signature, and verify using a tool such as gpg:

  $ wget
  $ gpg --import KEYS

  $ wget
  $ gpg --verify edacious-1.0.tar.gz.asc

The fingerprints should match:

71AB 5949 2159 9198 AD5E  587C 33CA 9C83 A9EE 5206
D810 5851 EA43 4F14 BB9C  7A17 9417 3E3D E08C 7015 ElectronTubeStore