There are packages being built for openSUSE (incl. Tumbleweed), Ubuntu, Debian and Arch Linux for various distributions. All available repositories and their packages or versions can be found in the iptvx Repository. In the following table you can find the currently available built versions of iptvx for the respective distribution.
|Distribution||64 Bit||32 Bit||64 Bit (ARM)|
|Arch||Available soon||Available soon||Available soon|
|Debian 9.0||Download||Download||armhf/armv7l or arm64/aarch64|
|OpenSUSE Tumbleweed||Download||Download||Available soon|
|OpenSUSE Leap 42.3||Download||Doesn't exist||Available soon|
|Ubuntu 17.10||Download||Doesn't exist||Unsupported*|
Ubuntu packages marked with Unsupported* are due to missing dependencies on the target platform. This does not mean that it will not work at all, just packages will only become available once the system has all the dependencies packaged.
Information on OpenSUSE
OpenSUSE is the system iptvx is built and continuously tested on. Apart from the regular releases, both Tumbleweed and Leap also get updates from the master development branch. Within both repositories you will find a version file like iptvx-0.5-87.1.rpm which is release version 0.5 for example and you will find a version with a title like iptvx-1513356821.cc4f11a-136.1.x86_64.rpm which is the current master branch. If you are new to iptvx or plan to run a stable system, it is highly recommended to use the official release. If you want to stay up to date with the latest development, you can use the master branch. The master branch however might be unstable or not working at times.
You can always download the sources and compile it yourself as described on the Installation page.If you feel that your distribution deserves packaging, then kindly respond to Packages for target distributions in the project's GitHub issue tracking and your distribution might be considered for a package. All the packaging for various distributions is currently being done through the OpenSUSE Build Service and it's limitations also limit the packaging of iptvx at the moment.