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Spotify 0.9.4 for 32-bit Linux?

Spotify 0.9.4 for 32-bit Linux?



Trying to install Spotify for my old machine, it appears that the last version which supports 32-bit is Spotify 0.9.4. I don't mind using an old version if it works; however, I've added the repositories suggested and attempted to install the client through terminal and via the Package Manager and have not been able to install any client. No client appears in the Package Manager: terminal gives the error message "Unable to locate package spotify-client".


I've gone as far as looking up the relevant repository:, which is empty and appears to have been empty since 07 May 2015. Has this version been removed? If so, is there an alternate source to download it?


Using Lubuntu 14.04. Thank you.

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I went to the repository page also, and there a 64-bit version of spotify-client available, but not a 32-bit version

There is currently not a 32-bit version, but the devs plan to release one in the future if they get around to it. Linux is currently not officially supported, but they plan to put more effort into releases. 


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Not sure how this board handles links to old versions but here is a link to the old 32-bit .9.4 version -!VwFGkRbT!-XRVxy1aPDjaAjYzjBUDmSP05v5Nqwyp47rVsuQHw0c


Remember, it doesn't have Spotify connect.


 Here is where you can get the 32 bit version of Spotify:


You can use Ubuntu Software Center to open the .deb file. It worked for me I have Ubuntu 15.04 32 bit.

I'm use Spotify Web Player in Linux 32 Bits Firefox navigator.

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