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Here's a skiTunes binary compiled for x86. skiTunes is a media player that looks a lot like iTunes :)

Enjoy! :(

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Here's a skiTunes binary compiled for x86. skiTunes is a media player that looks a lot like iTunes :)

Enjoy! :(


cheers buddy.. enjoying this :(

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wow! finally there is a x86 bin, thanks man!

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Way to unstable for any real usable, in my experience. It seems to crash when I try to do anything other than play music. I tried authorizing it to play purchased iTunes songs, and it gets to the point in iTunes where I click 'Authorize', at that point skiTunes crashes. When I try to resize the main window, the program crashed. When I try to close the program, it crashes. I guess it needs a bit more work. Thanks for the port though!

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If you can get me the source to a stable version, I'll build it.

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yes, same problems here, anyway, it's far more faster than iTunes, iTunes crashes a lot on my computer, maybe because my lib is too big ( > 30g mp3 ) to deal with?

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Use Cog 0.4 in the software section of the Wiki, it's similar to skiTunes, very fast but stable

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Use Cog 0.4 in the software section of the Wiki, it's similar to skiTunes, very fast but stable
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link?

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Here we are:
http://rapidshare.de...86.tar.bz2.html
I wanna say, I didn't compile it.
Someone else did.

Click on free, then wait for the count down

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When start skitunes, it appears in the dock and immediatly disappears. It doesn't want to execute?

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When start skitunes, it appears in the dock and immediatly disappears. It doesn't want to execute?


I have the same problem as you, so I launched it in the terminal, but it tells me that I dont have the "growl" framework installed...

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Anyone that could repair that problem with Skitunes not opening in 10.4.3?

EDIT: Found the problem. Skitunes needed to have the Growl.framework added to the contents folder in package. Adium has the frameworks so here is what i did:

1) Skitunes---Show package contents---Contents---(created new folder named "Frameworks").
2) Adium---Show package contents---Contents---Frameworks.
3) Copy folder Growl.frameworks into "Frameworks" folder created in Skitunes.

4) RUN!

EDIT2: Anyway, even if it works, its useless, most functions are not implemented...

Edited by PsychoSync, 15 December 2005 - 11:38 PM.






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