what about running this in terminal:
check foobar2000.exe in your portable foobar folder--does it have execute permission? If not, run sudo chmod +x on it too
other than that you might check wine config
maybe add foobar in applications tabwinecfg
But I doubt that's it--sounds like it may be a bug with 9.04 Jaunty and latest version of wine (assuming that's what you're using)
that's about all I can think of
Maybe I'm missing something but why don't you just decompress the archives in another location if you need to keep the original archives? I'm sure there are other issues that will come up like built in music libraries not working since they are usually based on folder structures (that are not compressed). Seems like a Rube Goldberg setup to be decompressing archives on the fly just to play music that's already compressed. Cheers!
I must have done something wrong, so I guess i'll try going through all the steps from the beginning to see if i can get it working this time around.
Thanks for all the help still.
I'll be back with some news, hopefully good.
Finally i got it working
I'm not sure if this is the correct way, but it's working.
To open foobar i have to click on the foobar2000.exe and tell it to open with Wine Windows Program Loader, since when i click on the icon that's on the icon thats on the sound and video tab it doesn't open. Just glad its working. Hip hip hurray.
Just another question, how do i get it to scrobble to lastfm?
What do i have to do to get it to do that?
I installed the audioscrobbler plugin through Wine.
Now how do i get it to scrobble to lastfm?
Suggestions are needed, an are surely appreciated
Just installed the windows version of lastfm through wine and it scrobbles perfectly.