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Is there a client for RPM based distro?
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Just use the unofficial flatpak. The flatpak also has the advantage of the fact that we (I am a contributor) actually care if things work correctly and we fix what we can.
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Hi, have a look at this page :
Your effort on that matter is great. However, as a paying customer, an unofficial FlatpPak is not the solution for an official .rpm that should work on RedHat/SUSE alike.
Well you can yell at a wall, because Spotify doesn't care about Linux users, or you can use what works best. That's your choice...
@Mattifyer Linux is not an officially supported platform for Spotify.
The funny thing is: https://software.opensuse.org/package/spotify-easyrpm which rebundles the Debian package is officially supported by SUSE.
The flatpak is the binary and assets from the official deb + an older version of FFmpeg so local playback actually works + various little papercut fixes.IMHO the flatpak is superior to just a straight package transmogrification which is what you're pointing too.