[AUUG-Talk]: Downloading and playing legal music

Con Zymaris conz at cyber.com.au
Sat Oct 22 19:05:50 EST 2005

On Sat, Oct 22, 2005 at 07:06:42PM +1000, Chandana De Silva wrote:
> The painful part is trying to "do the right thing" without using
> Windows. The music file is a drm wrapped wma2 file. VLC can open the
> file and correctly identify all it's attributes such as the type, name
> of song, artist etc.
> The destra site has a link to down load the license key which does not
> work without IE/Windows.
> Essentially what I am trying to do is to legally buy music using linux. 

And you may find that removing the DRM is itself an illegal act.

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