However when I went to their site to download the client I got this:
So how do you get it? We’ve packaged the first release as a Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04 package.Wait, what?
Since they don't release any source code you'd think they could at least release some generic unpack & run packages so everyone can use it...
Spotify, If a job is worth doing, it's worth doing well!
Anyway, I converted those deb packages to RPM using alien and you can download them from here:
I installed them with the following command:
#rpm -ivh spotify-client-qt-0.4.7.132.g9df34c0-2.i386.rpm spotify-client-gnome-support-0.4.7.132.g9df34c0-2.noarch.rpm --nodepsThey appear to install and run, however I cannot login (maybe because I use the free version of the account):
$ spotify 04:15:40.619 I [offline_authorizer.cpp:156] Unable to login offline: no such user 04:15:42.801 I [ap:1387] Connecting to AP B2.spotify.com:4070 04:15:42.829 I [ap:937] Connected to AP: 188.8.131.52:4070 04:15:42.894 E [ap:3285] Connection error: 406 04:16:04.565 I [offline_authorizer.cpp:156] Unable to login offline: no such user 04:16:05.492 I [ap:1387] Connecting to AP b1.spotify.com:4070 04:16:05.506 I [ap:937] Connected to AP: 184.108.40.206:4070 04:16:05.586 E [ap:3285] Connection error: 406
 - Yes, their offer is very good and affordable for most people and many dickheads in the music and film industry should learn from them, however they have no excuse for not releasing a decent linux client. The day they do that I'll seriously consider to pay.