Invitation via U.S. proxy or VPN to apply for Google Music out of GermanyFiled under: Thoughts;
Since I was at Google + wondered how you can register with Google for Music, I want to make up time in this blog. Done in principle, anyone can sign, which has an account with Google, however, that application can only have an American IP. However, once you have logged in, then Google Music does, however, from anywhere.
To register, you can use Web-anonymizer such as Hide My Ass!, or use a VPN with an output in the United States. I have personally used the free VPN service VPNoD who is also wonderful for Linux. After the action does not surprise you that Google warns you at the next login of “Germany” that your account has been used a few moments in the U.S..
Then you have to have a little patience. The invitation is probably not directly ship, but again only if capacity is available. When I came to nothing after a few days, so I am trying to have a direct invitation.
The service can get hold of an invitation to her own use without problems with Linux. Google Music Manager to upload your own music can be as rpm or deb for 32 -.. And 64-bit Linuxes be downloaded. The actual service will run directly from the browser anyway, so it is platform-independent design of the house.
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