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  1. Wine (at least for me) was needed because I couldn't find a easy way to get Flash 8 to work on Linux. To get around that, I had to get Wine, get Firefox, get Flash 8 (for Windows), get the Pandora's Jar greasemonkey extension to fool Pandora into thinking I had the right version, and then everything worked fine. fihi09, I'm curious -- what version of Flash are you running in Linux, and where did you get it?
  2. Unfortunately I have no idea what could be going on...I don't remember doing anything to PJ after I unzipped it...have you tried other versions of PJ? Do you want me to try zipping up my version and sending it to you somehow?
  3. I'm not sure what to suggest...I doubt it's a fundamental problem with PCLOS, though. Have you tried running a normal webserver (e.g. apache) on your box, and seeing if it works? This may be a little overkill, but since I'm no Linux guru, it's the best I can think of. At least that way we'd know if the problem was with PJ, or somewhere else...
  4. Hi TOKe, So I realized that a few of my instructions were vague (or wrong) and I've updated them. To save you the trouble, here are the changes: [li]You want to install Java in linux[/li] [li]You also want to start/install Pandora in Linux[/li] [li]I was wrong about the temp file location...you don't want "~/. wine/drive_c/windows/temp/plugtmp", you just want "~/. wine/drive_c/windows/temp"[/li] [li]Make sure your firewall is allowing connections at port 8085 from localhost[/li] Post again if you still can't get it!
  5. So since I spent the better part of a day trying to figure this out, I figured I'd post the end results of my trials and tribulations -- thus, here is how I got Pandora's Jar working in Linux (in my case, Fedora Core 7, JRE 1. 6). [li]Install WINE. If you need more detail on how to do this for your distro, googling "WINE linux" will probably help. [/li] [li]Install Firefox within WINE. The easiest way to do this is to go to the Firefox website, navigate to the download page, download the Windows exe installer, and then run "wine some_firefox_install_file. exe"[/li] [li]Now install J
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