We all love Google's new cloud music service, but I'm not loving that Linux was forgotten when the Music Manager client was written. It's one of those things where I'll have to sit down and configure Wine (a helper application that runs Windows applications on Linux) to run it, and I don't have time or patience to do that just yet. Wine is picky, and while it may be easy, it may just be horribly difficult. If you've used it, you know what I mean.
Then I got wind of a nice little package that does it all, with very little user-intervention and setup, from Iain Hobbs (aka bluescreenkid). Download, unzip, and run the script. So easy a caveman can do it. Now to copy all my music files back to my desktop and and get things back how I like them.
If you're in the same boat, grab Iain's package here, read the instructions and have a go.
Source: @bluescreenkid. Thanks, Iain!
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