[WIP] XBMC + Spotify = True (an XBMC implementation that uses Spotify's official API) - Printable Version
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- akezeke - 2011-11-25 15:20
Tompen Wrote:Hi akezeke,
I guess the answer is.. never
It is now fixed.
And by the way, thank you for your openelec integration, I actually installed it on my HTPC today cutting off about 10 seconds of boottime and got my remote support back!
2 versions of xbmc on 1 machine. - torleif - 2011-11-29 14:49
I am running ubuntu 11.10 and have xbmc installed and configured.
I wish to try the spotify version and was wondering if it is possible to install this version without deleting my already installed xbmc?
Can I just use this guide and run the 2 versions side by side?
- soder - 2011-11-29 15:01
I've done what your asking for. I was using the pre build version from the repository, and then did my own build.
The "files" are kept on different places and share the same ~/.xbmc folder for userdata..
After I builded it my self, the command "xmbc" start the newest, but it I manuallt try to run my old repository version, also that works.
But, since the pre eden works very well, I never use the old one. Also, a lot of skins and addons doensn't work on pre eden, but need svn versions, and these may not work very well on the older version of XBMC.
- torleif - 2011-11-30 14:58
soder Wrote:I've done what your asking for. I was using the pre build version from the repository, and then did my own build.
I installed it to my home directory and everything works fine
I am new to linux and dont know how all works.
As I understand it. I downloaded from git and cd to the download dir, then first ./bootstrap then ./configure then "make" and last "make install DESTDIR=$HOME/xbmc"
From what I understand everything compiles in the source dir, and when I "make install DESTDIR=$HOME/xbmc" it gets installed in $HOME/xbmc ?
If I wish to uninstall should I just "make uninstall" from the same dir where I compiled the program or should I be in the install dir when is use "make uninstall" ?
If everything is installed to the specified dir. Can I just delete the dir instead of uninstalling? or are there other files being installed on the system?
- sidetaske - 2011-12-01 03:13
Tompen Wrote:Hi sidetaske, May I suggest you take a look at this post.
Thanks, that seems a bit easier than my way.. I actually edited all the files akezeke had changed myself in Opdenkamps source manually with Notepad++. But hey, I got it working and I must say that it is much better than the original SpotyXbmc.
- kooolkat357 - 2011-12-03 20:55
sidetaske Wrote:Thanks, that seems a bit easier than my way.. I actually edited all the files akezeke had changed myself in Opdenkamps source manually with Notepad++. But hey, I got it working and I must say that it is much better than the original SpotyXbmc.
In what way is it better? Any chance you would share your version of SpotyXbmc?
api - Spikey1989 - 2011-12-04 15:05
i was just looking how it goes with and real addon to spotify.. i was looking on there website and found this one API key?
hope it could be any help to any1
- soder - 2011-12-04 15:23
Spikey1989 Wrote:Hi all!
This is what everybody needs to be able to do anything with Spotify. :-)
Problem switching tracks - jmarcet - 2011-12-04 16:00
I've just compiled and installed the current HEAD on my Gentoo HTPC.
Everything works reasonably well but skipping tracks. With a playlist on queue, trying change to the next or the previous song fails saying there is no next file, then exiting.
I don't see anything in the logs. I'll try to check the sources but I don't even know where I should look.
- jmarcet - 2011-12-04 16:15
All right, I got some logs. It looks like it actually tries to play each other file but fails to do so:
The entire log is here: pastebin.com/ZkpuVbbJ