Due to ChaosRadio i’ve found a website where you can download lots of music for free and completely legal. The music there is under the creative commons licence.
If you’re not sure about the consistency of a file you downloaded with azureus and you already deleted it from the list you can open the torrent file again (with the same target-folder) and azureus will ask you wether it should check it again. This can be quite handy if you’ve overclocked a bit too much and unrar complains about failing CRC-Checks 😀
it is possible to drag an mp3 of amarok and drop it on a pidgin-buddy…
linux r o c k s !
libGL.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
In most cases a proper library exists(here libGL.so.1), but it is not found by the application.
Solution (as root):
ln -s libGL.so.1 libGL.so
UPDATE: better solution might be here
in case you want to execute a .jar-file you have to use “-jar” as parameter
trigger@localhost ~/Desktop $ java -jar FreeSpaceOpenInstaller.jar
I was going to re-emerge the whole java-subsystem ^^ but fortunately I took a final look into “java -h”.