Before installing the software, please review the supported operating systems in the link below.
The Logic 2 software is provided in an AppImage format, which contains all the files needed for the software to run. In Linux, you may need to allow executing the file as a program. To do this:
1. Right-click the AppImage file and click Properties 2. Check the box that says "Allow executing file as program" as shown in the image below.
Enabling the AppImage file to be executable
3. Alternatively, you can run the following command to allow exectuing the file as a program.
chmod +x Logic-2.x.xx-master.AppImage
4. Once the file is allowed to execute as a program, simply double-click the AppImage file to launch the software, or run it from the command line.
If you run into issues with running the AppImage file via the instructions above, you can attempt to extract the Logic binary from the AppImage file with the following command.
This will dump the contents to a new directory called squashfs. You can then try to run the Logic binary directly from there.
Logic 2 app file extracted from .zip
Alternatively, you can also drag the Logic2 app file into your Applications folder in case you would like to have the app appear in Launchpad.
Simply download and run the installer available on our download page. We install a driver for the Logic hardware as part of the installation process, so you will be prompted to trust software from Saleae.
Logic 2 Installation Error
In case you run into any installation issues, please refer to the support article below.