Amarok on Non-KDE Desktops
Although Amarok is one the most well-known KDE applications, it can run on other desktop environments too.
This section shows how Amarok can be used on non-KDE Linux desktops. These are examples; there may be more.
To configure the proxy for Amarok on GNOME, modify and add this to ~/.kde/share/config/kioslaverc
[Proxy Settings][$i] ProxyType=1 httpProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/ httpsProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/ ftpProxy=http://username:[email protected]:port/
The Amarok systray icon does not work by default with E17. So, one should disable thefrom in Amarok's preferences.
To launch Amarok faster, enableby going into and checking the option.
If Amarok is taking to long to load, add
In case Amarok starts slowly in LXDE, you can addto the startup applications using the command.