howto: Enable

Last.fm

integration for

Listen Music

Player in

Xubuntu/Xfce

Notice: This is a technical post. If you don’t have this problem, you probably want to skip this one.

I have just started using the Listen music player, which is a very nice lightweight little python program that comes shipped with xubuntu. As of the time of writing the version included in the xubuntu-desktop package has not been updated so that it integrates with last.fm properly.

The following fixes the problem, and will happily allow you to broadcast your terrible taste to the rest of the world without sitting you down & asking why you really want to do so.


wget http://www.listen-project.org/raw-attachment/ticket/826/audioscrobbler_manager.py

sudo cp audioscrobbler_manager.py /usr/lib/listen/

rm audioscrobbler_manager.py

You can see this in action on my last.fm profile should you have the inclination.

Love regards etc

Notice: The next post will almost certainly be of a less niche nature. Look forward to it. Or something.

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