I went through the command-line steps and (I belie) successfully installed Spotify Linux preview.
But now how do I run it? I'm up for command-line or GNOME-based solutions.
FInaly no more spotify over wine, This is a small guide how to install spotify for linux.Spotify for Linux
This is a preview build of Spotify for Linux. As a preview release this version is still unsupported, but we're running it ourselves and will try to make sure it keeps pace with its Mac and Windows siblings.
Spotify released its linux version to its users. However it offers to install as windows compatibility mode using wine. But if you dont want to install using wine you can for now install the preview version. Spotify have packaged the first release as a Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04 package. 1. Add this line to your list [...]
Spotify yesterday released a preview of its peer-to-peer (P2P) music application for desktop Linux, packaged as a Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04 package. The software shares most of its music sharing with the Windows and Mac OS X versions of Spotify, but currently lacks support for local audio files and is available only for Spotify Premium customers....
I was on PlayOnLinux and saw the Wine version of Spotify and wanted to uninstall the Linux Preview to get the Wine version since it said not enough disk space for the installation so hopefully the uninstallation will help with trying to free space and make some room for the wine installation please give some answers quick! :-)
Forgive me if this isn't the right forum for this -- I couldn't decide on where this should go and this is how the flipped coin came up.This is what I get for minding my own business on a Sunday afternoon: Someone e-mailed me and said Spotify was available for Linux now, so I went to download it:http://www.spotify.com/us/download/previews/One caveat: It seems to pull a lot of stuff along
When I want to start spotify (installed with CCR) I get following message:opt/spotify/spotify-client/spotify: error while loading shared libraries: libgconf-2.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Can anybody help me?
Spotify yesterday released a preview version of its peer-to-peer (P2P) music application for desktop Linux, packaged as Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04. The software shares most of the features of the Windows and Mac OS X versions of Spotify, but requires Spotify Premium membership.