Looks like there are two libpiano packages, libpiano0 and libpianodev, in the testing repos.
Perhaps try installing pianobar from Wheeezy/testing:
Thanks I tried doing that and I got the 2 new packages (libpiano0 / -dev) installed but it didn't seem to help as it still displays the original error message. When I tried installing pianobar from Wheezy/testing it still says I need to upgrade libpiano or can't find the file. As far as I can tell I upgraded/installed everything I could to do with the package and it's not seeming to help. Maybe I'm missing something here? But thanks so far so good..
I had been using Pianobar, a terminal based player for Pandora and everything was working fine and dandy. Then starting yesterday it stopped opening and telling me " Error: Protocol incompatible. Please upgrade libpiano." Anyways, I can't find libpiano anywhere to upgrade, I can't find anything help searching except for a Ubuntu Maverick patch. Thanks for the help.
Nice I like it.. are you using xmobar?
You have their complete discography? Man, that is awesome.
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I have to admit hide (w/ or w/out Spread Beaver) is THE best J-Rock I know.
No, that's actually "screenfetch" - it's a bash script, but I found it on the ARCH forum. Archey had a .deb package at one time, I grabbed that but "screenfetch" I can keep up with. Here's the difference:
Ah, word. Thanks for that.
Nice setup! Could you provide a link to the wallpaper please?
Hey what's good in the hood? First, thank you for such an awesome distro. I'm fairly new to Linux only been using it about 2 months, went through a couple distros already (the usuals) and found I wasn't entering a stripped down enough atmosphere as I would have liked. I think the name lured me here more then anything, and the Statler quotes solidified the deal. I totally dig what you've done here, and honestly I was expecting to have to put some work into setting up the system but nearly everything worked right after install. Still customizing the DE is a lot more along the lines of what I want to be doing then the options I was having in Ubuntu, etc with many GUI tools. Infact the only things that don't work on my hp dv3500 laptop are the Mediasmart touch sensors. (volume, skip, play/pause. etc.). Perhaps you have advice on where to find a driver for such? I know Ubuntu had a driver (albeit it was kind of whacky, hypersensitive volume buttons) so can this be used? Looking foward to learning thru this distro and making it my own. but I already love it! Thanks!