Make Files Playable Under Linux

Amazon subsidiary is a great resource for audio books, but none too friendly if you want to access those files under Linux. Here's one way to solve the problem.

Blogger Aaronseen details one potential fix for user running the Lucid Lynx version of Ubuntu. Essentially, it involves using Wine to make the Audible player accessible, and then working around the crash-prone login process by using the Audible Download Manager — hit the post for full details. Got your own cross-platform solution for troublesome DRM content? Share it in the comments.

Playing Files on Linux


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