On Friday 12 June 2009 20:28:23 Konstantin Svist wrote: > Anne Wilson wrote: > > On Friday 12 June 2009 14:57:07 Dave Cross wrote: > >> 2009/6/12 Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at>: > >>> Dave Cross wrote: > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_date_time.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_filesystem.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_iostreams.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_regex.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_signals.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libboost_thread-mt.so.3 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libcrypto.so.7 > >>>> Package amazonmp3 requires libssl.so.7 > >>> > >>> The joys of proprietary software... > >>> > >>> Those are dependencies on the old Boost and OpenSSL. It needs to be > >>> rebuilt for the new versions of both. And only they can do it because > >>> it's proprietary. > >> > >> Yeah. I realise that. The reply I got from then said: > > > > <snip> > > Is there any actual advantage in having this? I've bought mp3s from > > amazon (and sampled them first) without using their player, so I didn't > > bother. > > > > Anne > > I was fairly sure they require you to use their own application to > download the mp3s you bought. > How were you able to download them without it? I can't recall exactly, but there were instructions on their web page, and I just followed them. It was simple. Probably the application is more reassuring about what's happening, more gui, I guess, but I simply followed their instructions and the tracks I bought appeared in my download folder. Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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