Stable and does exactly what it is supposed to do with minimal fuss. Regularly in use for 8-10 hours per day with no issues whatsoever...
Client for Libre.fm-compatible radio services
Vagalume is a Last.fm/Libre.fm client designed for the GNOME desktop environment. It's small and provides the basic Last.fm features, such as scrobbling, tags, recommendations, etc.
I was using Mobbler, http://code.google.com/p/mobbler/ on my i8910 before I got the N900 for the last 9 months, and it has no issues streaming from Last.fm You need a paid account outside of the UK here in Europe, but Mobbler is still in working just fine.
Do they have a special agreement or do they get around this in a different way?
@ Alberto I read that, but still it says that Vagalume is a Last.fm/Libre.fm client that provides basic last.fm features such as scrobbling. So I am slightly confused when there is even a menu item that is called Last.fm that points to settings.. Does it scrobble automatically from the N900 music player, or..
Chris: are you a Last.fm subscriber?
Looks promising but I also get network errors and I cant really see what the app supports and what it doesnt. I open the drop down menu, click Last.fm --> Settings and type in my username and password, but in the list of services, libre.fm is the only option >.<
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