Software update: Miro 2.0.5

Miro has been updated to version 2.0.5 by the Participatory Culture Foundation. Miro is, in short, an open source cross-platform high-definition media streamer, downloader and player. The program contains a limited number of channels by default, but these can easily be expanded with your own sources or by using the Miro Guide, which currently contains more than five thousand channels. More information about the possibilities of this program are on this page to find and here you can find a short video where Miro 2.0 can be seen in action. The changelog of this release shows the following changes and improvements:

Bug fixes

  • (OSX) fixed handling of ssl certificate errors on OSX
  • #11917 FIXED Youtube Videos not downloading – “Error File not found”
  • #11867 FIXED site title is blank after restart
  • #10695 FIXED (GTK-X11) Miro complains that my disk is full when it is not
  • #11879 FIXED (GTK-X11) (r9694) Miro guide isn’t displaying
  • #10465 FIXED (GTK-X11) Miro 2.0.3 fails to start up on a Turkish system
  • #11262 FIXED (GTK-X11) python 2.6 support
  • #10801 FIXED (GTK-X11) Miro ends with segmentation fault on openSuSE 11.1 — define MOZILLA_FIVE_HOME. Thanks Mark!
  • #11583 FIXED (GTK-X11) Can’t compile against seamonkey xulrunner package. Thanks Larry!


  • #11794 FIXED updated to libtorrent 0.14.4
  • updated translations from Launchpad on 6/22/2009

Version number 2.0.5
Release status Final
Operating systems Linux, Windows XP, macOS, Windows Vista
Website Participatory Culture Foundation
File size 24.50MB
License type GPL