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Iīve been messign around with netMD for some time, but no good luck. Have any one here dealt with the stuff from notMD (http://notmd.sourceforge.net)? I got confused because they donīt mention Sony, only Aiwa.
If you guys have any updates on newer projects, thatīd be good, also.
That's my current situation. Planning to move to some sort of Hard Drive based audio or video player before the middle of the year. Its unfortunate that Sony doesn't realise that Linux and Mac exist!
(BTW Sonic Stage doesn't work under Wine because the Wine team haven't got the USB stuff worked out yet. However, there is hope that in the future the Wine team will work this out and NetMD may be able to work with Wine.)
By 'loosen the policy' you're probably referring to the change from OpenMGJukebox to Sonic Stage. With OpenMGJukebox, you could only check-out a song 3 times. I believe that this limitation is lifted in Sonic Stage. However, it's an academic problem, since neither of these programs work properly under Wine.