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Thread: PyMusique (iTunes Music Store client for Linux)

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    PyMusique (iTunes Music Store client for Linux)

    Might be nice to DL a few Pepsi iTunes, while advancing the cause of linux, don't you think? http://www.daeken.com/index.php?s=pymusique

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    I agree, actually I was already writing a klik recipe, but when I hadit halfway ready it was announced that the iTMS was fixed so that PyMusique can no longer work. But let's see what the next version of PyMusique brings http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=10070

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    That's the version I linked to above. It has a link to a tar file.

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    Cool I'll try to make it klik-able.

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    klik://pymusique It was neccessary on my system to disable the KDE sound system first.

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    Doesn't open on my system. Does the sound prevent it from opening?

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    I have only tried it with Kanotix 2005-01 so far, where it works perfectly. It opens with or without the KDE sound system on, but I had to switch off KDE sound in order to get the sound working.

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    On Kano 2005-02 after I closed the KDE sound PyMusique works great!
    This is my very first time trying Itunes or PyMusique out and so far it's pretty impressive. Thanks for this toy probono

    Just tried this again on a different machine and get this message Unable to mount /mnt/app/1. I don't know what could be different about the two but Py works great on one and not on on the other.

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    A follow up that might offer a few clues as to what's happening

    ioctl: LOOP_CLR_FD: Device or resource busy
    mount: you must specify the filesystem type
    /root/.zAppRun: line 121: error: command not found
    umount: /mnt/app/1: not mounted

    this is the message I'm getting when I try and install Pymusique on Kanotix 2005-02.

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    If mounting cmg files fails, then you can try mounting them by hand using

    sudo mount ~/Desktop/whatever.cmg /mnt/test -o loop -t cramfs
    /mnt/test/wrapper

    Some Kanotix versions seem to have a problem in detecting the cramfs filesystem automatically.

    Alternatively, you can simply unpack the cmg as described in the klik documentation.

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