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    Default Pitho

    How do I get Pithos to work? I am new to OpenSUSE 15.0. Tried some searches and found various answers or commands to do this centering around the packman repos.

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    Default AW: Pitho

    Code:
    linux64:~ # zypper if pithos
    Loading repository data...
    Reading installed packages...
    
    
    Information for package pithos:
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    Repository     : openSUSE-Leap-15.0-Oss               
    Name           : pithos                               
    Version        : 1.2.1-lp150.1.3                      
    Arch           : noarch                               
    Vendor         : openSUSE                             
    Installed Size : 607.8 KiB                            
    Installed      : No                                   
    Status         : not installed                        
    Source package : pithos-1.2.1-lp150.1.3.src           
    Summary        : Native Pandora Radio client for Linux
    Description    :                                      
        Pithos is a native Pandora Radio client for Linux. It's much more
        lightweight than the Pandora.com web client, and integrates with desktop
        features such as media keys, notifications, and the sound menu.
    
    linux64:~ #
    So as root:
    Code:
    zypper install pithos

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    Default Re: Pitho

    Sorry. I was not detailed enough. Pithos is intalled, but won't play. I get what I think is the expected "Codec installation falied" message. I assume codecs must be installed. Searches point to the Packman repos. One search points to the One Click method or command line. Would this be the route to take? This would would not change the normal repos openSUSE normally uses would it?

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    Default Re: Pitho

    When you want multi-media running without problems on your system, you should do the vendor switch to Packman" as explained in the sticky threads at the top of the multi-media subforums (the one you strated your thread in).

    E.g. with YaST:


    To add the Packman repo:
    YaST > Software > Repositories Management. Then the Add button below. Choose Community Repositories in the next screen and click Next. Select Packman from the list shown and click OK. The Packman repo will now be added to your list of subscribed repositories.


    To do the Vendor switch:
    YaST > Software Management, then from the View menu choose Repositories. Then in the list of repos, select Packman. At right, above the list of Packages there is a line saying something like: Switch system packages to ..... Click on the underlined part and continue low-right.
    Last edited by hcvv; 26-Jan-2019 at 12:41.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Pitho

    Thank you. Now after starting Pithos, I give my password, the i get "an application access to the keyring but is locked. I don't know what this is.

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    Default Re: Pitho

    Using Gnome?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Pitho

    Using the default KDE.

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    Default Re: Pitho

    Quote Originally Posted by Nrod View Post
    Using the default KDE.
    This means, gnome-keyring is being started. Use the software-manager to remove and lock them or do
    Code:
    sudo zypper rm gnome-keyring*
    sudo zypper al gnome-keyring
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    Default Re: Pitho

    That was a no go. After using the commands. I re-booted and tried Pithos again. I get a new message stating
    "The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by any .service files. You need to install a service such as gnome-keyring." Side question, does pithos install the gnome-keyring? Would using Kwallet resolve this?

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    Default Re: Pitho

    This may be my final post in this string. It appears that Pithos just may not play well with KDE. SO I am thinking of removing it. So final question would be as in previous post, does pithos install the gnome-keyring, If not, then is it part of the openSUSE KDE version, and re-install it?

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