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    Default Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    Hi!
    Well win-version of Spotify runs greate in Wine, but now there is an Beta of the Linux-version and that is also working greate (On Ubuntu).
    So does anyone know if it will be compiled to rpm-packages for OpenSUSE?

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    I second that!
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    All that we are arises with our thoughts."

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 15:36:02 +0000, ronnys wrote:

    > Hi!
    > Well win-version of Spotify runs greate in Wine, but now there is an
    > Beta of the Linux-version and that is also working greate (On Ubuntu).
    > So does anyone know if it will be compiled to rpm-packages for OpenSUSE?


    That would be an excellent question to ask the folks who make Spotify. :-)

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    Why don't you try to use the alien tool and convert the DEB to RPM... There is a good chance it might work ?

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    I guess Alien Tools must be run on Ubuntu or?
    Do OpenSUSE have tools for converting from deb to rpm?

    Quote Originally Posted by ash25 View Post
    Why don't you try to use the alien tool and convert the DEB to RPM... There is a good chance it might work ?

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    On Thu, 29 Jul 2010 09:36:02 +0000, ronnys wrote:

    > I guess Alien Tools must be run on Ubuntu or? Do OpenSUSE have tools for
    > converting from deb to rpm?


    Please visit http://software.opensuse.org/search and enter "alien" as the
    search term and select the version of openSUSE you're using - you should
    see that it's in the contrib repository.

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    Alien is available in openSUSE - it is a simple perl script which tries to convert packages from one format to another.....

    Use this repo for alien: Index of /repositories/openSUSE:/11.3:/Contrib/standard

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    Thought I'd keep this one alive. Tried it out, but again it says it's on the system. Now that I've had a look it says that is requires:rpmlib(PayloadFilesHavePrefix) <= 4.0-1, rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1, config(spotify-release) = 1-1.

    Any ideas?

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    I installed Spotify on my 11.4 box, Just not sure how to start it.
    Vaio F12: i7-740QM 4GB RAM Nvidia GT 330m
    OpenSuse 11.4 64 bit
    Qosmio i7-740QM 8GB RAM Nvidia GT 360m
    500 GB HD 7200 | 1 TB HD
    Opensuse 11.3 64 bit | VBox, Zoneminder & Mythtv

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    Default Re: Spotify (Linux version) for OpenSUSE?

    I have just installed Spotify on OpenSuse 11.4 using Crossover and it's working fine. Just on the free version at present which means you get ads but will probably upgrade. Fantastic facility, vg sound quality and huge library.

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