Although Spotify and can be used via the web, the client for Linux is still in development. If your distro is Debian , Ubuntu and / or derived , you can install and keep updated with the official repository. In addition, there are a couple of songs to give you a consistent visual appearance with the Ubuntu desktop.
Start by installing Spotify. The most direct method is to remove the terminal to stroll and:
what I could try, Spotify client on Ubuntu does not work well at all , especially when it comes to window management, hence, I suppose, not announce its download as-supported, but if not toqueteas much-drag and drop to maximize … those things, does not give any problems.
On the aspect of the application, it appears transplanted directly from Mac OS X. so desktop purists surely appreciate to learn-if they did not know it already, the discovery I made yesterday OMG! Ubuntu! But not in the article, but in the comments.
While the subject of speaking in OMG! Ubuntu barely covers the style of windows and only Ambiance theme , which is mentioned in the comments included in their adaptation to Radiance , monochrome icons to the system tray and generally greater customization, for example in colors of the selected items. It reaches around, but improves the previous one.
This topic has been created by Micharl Turnell, and on their website you can download it. The installation instructions are simple: you have to copy the file “resources.zip ” to “ / opt / spotify / spotify-client / Data / “. Yes, better rename before the “resources.zip” original, instead of overwriting, if more would hasten to go back. This operation obviously requires root permissions.
the last link you will find an additional method besides the issue, delete the application icon in the system tray, then Spotify integrates with the Ubuntu Sound Menu and is redundant to have two indicators to the same. However, the author warns theme some problems, so try it or not is for your consideration.Attention : To install Spotify in Debian must meet a dependency. He explains one of the readers in the comments. yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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