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Old 01-13-2010, 06:31 AM   #1
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What do they mean with install of Spotify on Jolicloud Linux?


Jolicloud while one are logged in to their cloud suggest that one install Spotify.

I have tried to find out what that means. Do they mean one install it on the USB where I have the Jolicloud linux running or do they mean only in the RAM memory or do they mean they have Spotify on their cloud and "install" means I install it in the cloud as one of my App Directory apps?

As I get it the USB live on my USB does not allow persistence so seems not a good thing to try to install spotify there. It most likely can not save it when it mounted it as read only?

Have any of you done this on USB?
 
  


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