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    Default Frostwire - How to install SuSE 12.3

    Is there a way to install Frostwire in 12.3? I've got it installed in 12.2, but can't find anything, including .gz file, that will complete the install. Am I missing something or is it just not available for 12.3?
    Thanks for any help.

    klipp

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    Default Re: Frostwire - How to install SuSE 12.3

    Quote Originally Posted by rklipp View Post
    Is there a way to install Frostwire in 12.3? I've got it installed in 12.2, but can't find anything, including .gz file, that will complete the install. Am I missing something or is it just not available for 12.3?
    Thanks for any help.

    klipp
    I don't use this, so can't offer any advice with installation other than to ask if you have you tried the instructions mentioned here?

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    Default Re: Frostwire - How to install SuSE 12.3

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    I don't use this, so can't offer any advice with installation other than to ask if you have you tried the instructions mentioned here?
    Thanks for the reply, and yes I've tried the instructions in that post as well as several others, all with no success.

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    Default Re: Frostwire - How to install SuSE 12.3

    Quote Originally Posted by rklipp View Post
    Thanks for the reply, and yes I've tried the instructions in that post as well as several others, all with no success.

    klipp
    Maybe if you posted the install output, someone might be able to advise further...

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    Default Re: Frostwire - How to install SuSE 12.3

    Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
    Maybe if you posted the install output, someone might be able to advise further...
    I've just read others reporting installation issues with the RPM files (seemingly to do with java-related issues). Better to down load the tarball, and simply unpack it.

    FrostWire - Browse Files at SourceForge.net

    In an effort to assist, I did exactly this, then navigate to the directory where it is installed (in my case ~/Downloads/frostwire-5.6.4.noarch/). Then execute
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    sh /home/dean/Downloads/frostwire-5.6.4.noarch/frostwire
    or even just click on the 'frostwire' executable script file. It launched fine for me with no issues.

    I hope this helps.

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