raymac46 Posted April 27 Share Posted April 27 (edited) I have a music streaming subscription with Amazon Prime Unlimited. You can play music in a web browser, but Amazon does not supply a standalone client for Linux. I decided to try Wine with the Windows version. First I had to put a change agent extension on Chrome to fake it as a Windows browser. Then I could download the .EXE file for Amazon Music Player. Attempts to install it using the repos' version of Wine failed with multiple errors. So I installed the bleeding edge version of Winehq-staging using the procedure given here. https://wine.htmlvalidator.com/install-wine-on-linux-mint-21.html This finally worked and I got an icon in the menu. I now have an Amazon Music client that works in Linux Mint. Edited April 27 by raymac46 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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