Cross DJ is not available for Linux but there are some alternatives that runs on Linux with similar functionality. The best Linux alternative is Mixxx, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Cross DJ and ten of them are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Linux alternatives to Cross DJ are Luppp (Free, Open Source), energyXT (Paid), BpmDj (Free, Open Source) and Internet DJ Console (Free, Open Source).
Mixxx is a free & opensource DJ Mixing app. Mixxx has everything you need to start making DJ mixes in a tight, integrated package. Whether you're DJing your next house party, spinning at a club, or broadcasting as a radio DJ, Mixxx has what you need to do it right.
BpmDj is a program that can be used to DJ. It works under Linux and plays Mp3's/Ogg's. It has a fully automatic BPM counter. It can determine the sound color. It has a full fledged QT based interface. It will help you manage a large amount of songs.
Internet DJ Console is a project started in March 2005 to provide a powerful yet easy to use source-client for individuals interested in streaming live radio shows over the Internet using Shoutcast or Icecast servers.
TerminatorX is a realtime audio synthesizer. This software allows scratching audio data (wav,ogg,mp3, etc.) the way hiphop-DJs scratch on vinyl records. It features multiple turntables, realtime LADSPA effects, a sequencer and MIDI interface.
xwax is open-source vinyl emulation software for Linux. It allows DJs and turntablists to playback digital audio files (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC and more), controlled using a normal pair of turntables via timecoded vinyls.
MIXO is a cross platform Music Library service that allows DJs to manage their own music on any device with Import & Export options for all the major DJ Performance Software. It syncs in app to Google Drive & Dropbox for use on iOS & Android.