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Installing Amarok SVN in your home directory

We sometimes get asked by users how one can achieve to install Amarok in a different prefix. This can be handy if you'd like to check out a SVN version, but you don't want this to interfere with your packaging system. On our wiki there is already a guide for obtaining Amarok from SVN, so I won't detail this here (I am referring to the stable 1.4 branch here; Amarok 2.0 requires a lot more work to build). Once you have the sources, give the configure script your desired installation path ("prefix"):

Device Handling and HAL

My blog's been rather inactive for a while. Most of this has been because of being busy, and because of not doing hugely exciting things when I have had Amarok hacking time (mainly some bugfixes in stable branch). But now something's come along that warrants an entry.

Amarok2 builds on Windows


today's a big day in Amarok's history: For the first time Amarok2 (the current development version) compiled natively on Windows. Everyone likes screenshots, so here goes:


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