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#1 2008-11-26 04:04:46

anlgp
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Registered: 2008-11-26
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last.fm / vagalume

hello,

I'd love to try #! but I am curious to know if I can install the last.fm player or vagalume (a last.fm type player).  The vagalume one is lighter in size (I think) than the last.fm player.

Thanks!

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#2 2008-11-26 04:50:22

Oolong
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Registered: 2008-11-24
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Re: last.fm / vagalume

Hi anlgp, 

I am sure you will hear something official tomorrow,  but #! is based off of Unbuntu and you should be able to install anything in the Unbuntu repo's  I know the Last.fm player is there and works for 8.04.

Eric

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#3 2008-11-26 04:59:38

corenominal
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Re: last.fm / vagalume

Hi anlgp

Thank you for posting your question. I am an avid Last.fm user myself and I had not previously heard of Vagalume. I have just tried it out on a clean 8.10.01 installation and I am pleased to say it works smile It looks like a really nice lightweight player, thanks.

Proof, in case you need it:
vagalume_scrot-8.10.01-vm.png

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#4 2008-11-26 06:35:19

anlgp
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Re: last.fm / vagalume

Thanks!

I'm glad you liked the Vagalume player.  Anything I can do to make things lightweight. wink.

I'll be apt-getting this then.  I should've tried before I posted I suppose but I think since I introduced a piece of software it's not all bad, huh?

http://last.fm/user/anlgp

Last edited by anlgp (2008-11-26 06:35:34)

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