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  1. Been trying to get the mono version running in linux without success; after I install mono, mplayer, and download the .exe verision of rtmpdump.exe (and place it in the mono-saver2 folder), I run mono SProxy.exe -linux, and I get the following error: ** (SProxy.exe:18760): WARNING **: The following assembly referenced from /home/rick/programs/mono-saver2/SProxy.exe could not be loaded: Assembly: System.Windows.Forms (assemblyref_index=0) Version: Public Key: b77a5c561934e089 The assembly was not found in the Global Assembly Cache, a path listed in the MONO_P
  2. Tried getting the newest version to work under wine in ubuntu. It installs fine after you apply the winetricks scripts, but I get the following error when I try to log into the pandora client: Failed to auth: Failed to execute XMLRPC any ideas?
  3. Works! It complained at first about there being no "download.log" file... so I just made an empty file with that name and put it in the directory. Nice work!
  4. Hate to be a nag... but, cutting and pasting out of the quote boxes destroys all the tabs. Is there a way to easily paste code with tabs?
  5. Same error unfortunately: rick@rick-desktop:~/Downloads/distrobution$ python 'Grooveshark GUI.py' /home/rick/Downloads/distrobution Current Dir: /home/rick/Downloads/distrobution Starting Log Changed Path; OK Song is Black Album is Pearl Jam Artist is Pearl Jam Traceback (most recent call last): File "Grooveshark GUI.py", line 346, in OnDownload subprocess.Popen('python download.py %s %s %s %s' % (json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songKeys)), json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songServers)), json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songTitles)), json.dumps(json.dumps(settings.path))
  6. Still the same errors posted above. I can run python in any directory and import httplib2 and wx.
  7. hmm... still get the errors I posted above. I can run python from any directory (seems to be correctly on my path). Has anyone tried this on linux and got it to work?
  8. I wasn't planning on using the gui to play the music, do I need to change the path of the music player regardless?
  9. I get some errors when trying this in Ubuntu Karmic, I think I have all the packages installed that I need, but probably not. Here's the error: rick@rick-desktop:~/Downloads/distrobution$ python 'Grooveshark GUI.py' Song is Daughter Album is Pearl Jam Artist is Pearl Jam Traceback (most recent call last): File "Grooveshark GUI.py", line 331, in OnDownload subprocess.Popen('python download.py %s %s %s %s' % (json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songKeys)), json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songServers)), json.dumps(json.dumps(self.songTitles)), json.dumps(json.dumps(settings.path
  10. Forget my mono question, just read your post in the grooveshark thread... Any open source proxy programs that do something similar to SProxy but run on linux that you can think of? Thanks again.
  11. Thanks a lot for the info! I may try your windows PC proxy suggestion. Any chance the SProxy source could be compiled in mono? before you posted your linux workaround in the saver2 thread I actually *almost* got SProxy working in wine, but with mono for windows installed in wine, not .net 2.0. I could get the SProxy to start and read traffic from firefox installed in wine. Just wondering though - Don't want to be one of those members badgering you about a ready made linux solution... Thanks again.
  12. I got this to work in ubuntu karmic with the instructions you posted. It works, but like you said, it's a bit spotty. The main problem is that when trying to download lame.exe and mp4player.exe it can't - and if you manually put them in the folder, it still sometimes tries to download them, fails, and then deletes the copy you manually put in the folder. but still pretty promising!
  13. I've been playing with pianobar on linux and wondering about the possibility of turning it into something that operates like ZZJ's standalone client for windows. From ZZJ's posts it seems that he used some of the code from pianobar to do what he did with the standalone client. Couple of questions to anyone who knows how pianobar works: Where does it cache the aac files from pandora on the client computer? Would running it through a proxy similar to SProxy.exe allow the same functionality as ZZJ's standalone player? Any help would be appreciated. Not an expert programmer, mostly fiddle
  14. Ah, just figured that out too... There must be a mass file renamer that uses information from the id3 tag, right? Do you recommend any in particular?
  15. Works great in unbuntu karmic! I got rid of all instances of 'C:/' in any self.path statements and replaced them with '' underneath: choice = '0000' in the frontend I added: self.path = 'saved/' and made a folder called saved in the folder I placed the python files in, so all music goes there. Is there any way to get artist information from the download? I don't know too much about python programming, I use it as a matlab replacement for data analysis, so I apologize if it is obvious how to do it. Thanks again!
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