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This is a FUSE filesystem for Google Music written in Python. It utilizes the unofficial gmusicapi written by Simon Weber.
artists/<name of artist>/<albums>/<tracks>.
cover.jpgin the album directory.
mplayeror another simple music player.
GMusicFS doesn't implement any caching. Copying a file should always work, because latency doesn't matter, but if you're streaming the music, you may want to turn on your player's caching system (eg. mplayer -cache 200.) You may notice a few blips in the sound during the first few seconds of each song without it. If you're on a low latency connection this might not affect you.
Installing GMusicFS requires two dependencies which currently cannot be resolved automatically:
Neither of these are able to be installed via setuptools at the current time. fusepy due to this bug and we currently require the development version of gmusicapi which is not on PyPI yet. No worries, we can install the dependencies manually:
pip install https://github.com/terencehonles/fusepy/tarball/master pip install https://github.com/simon-weber/Unofficial-Google-Music-API/tarball/develop
Then install GMusicFS:
pip install https://github.com/EnigmaCurry/GMusicFS/tarball/master
Create a config file in
[credentials] username = [email protected] password = your_password deviceId = your_mobile_id
If you use 2-factor authentication, make sure you use an application specific password.
To find the device id, you may run gmusicfs with the parameter --deviceid after providing login informations.
Secure the configuration file so that no one else can read it (GMusicFS will complain about this if you forget):
chmod 600 ~/.gmusicfs
usage: gmusicfs [-h] [-f] [-v] [-vv] [-t] mountpoint GMusicFS positional arguments: mountpoint The location to mount to optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -f, --foreground Don't daemonize, run in the foreground. -v, --verbose Be a little verbose -vv, --veryverbose Be very verbose -t, --truefilesize Report true filesizes (slower directory reads) --nolibrary Don't scan the library at launch --deviceid Get the mobile device ids bounded to your account
Mount your music:
mkdir -p $HOME/google_music gmusicfs $HOME/google_music
Unmount your music:
fusermount -u $HOME/google_music