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jbrown96 8th October 2010 10:13 PM

Amazon MP3 -- Isn't there a new app for this?
 
I remember coming across a list of Fedora 14 features that had a new application was being included in F14 to access Amazon MP3.
I can't seem to find the page again.

I read about Banshee including support for Amazon; however, I remember this being a separate, new project. I use KDE+Amarok, so I'd rather stick with a dedicated utility, but anything better than cajoling Amazon's official utility to work with new versions of Fedora and 64-bit would be wonderful.

trigpoint 8th October 2010 10:46 PM

Re: Amazon MP3 -- Isn't there a new app for this?
 
I have been using pymazon ( http://code.google.com/p/pymazon/ )on Fedora 13, it works great.

Actually its a shame that this project needs to exist, amazon have tried to support linux, but have gone about it in such a way as to create a dependency hell and always support the version before the current one.

jbrown96 8th October 2010 11:08 PM

Re: Amazon MP3 -- Isn't there a new app for this?
 
Thanks trigpoint. That's the best solution I've found.

Works great! I setup KDE to use pymazon for .amz files, and configured pymazon for my naming convention and mustic folder. All I have to do is select the music on Amazon and launch the .amz. Pymazon downloads it very fast (I really like the download threads), and Amarok will watch my music folder for new music.

Plus, it has GTK+ and Qt4 interfaces.

Perfect!


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