Me and coworker compiled instructions to install Spotify on Fedora and packed them in a nice little tar file for everyone to use.
Get the file here:
Instructions (On the README file): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17266999/spotify-install-kit.tar
(If you rather not install stuff you got from dropbox, you can still follow these instructions since they have the steps for not using the file I'm linking.)
yum install wget rpmdevtools rpm-build yum-utils cpan
#get stuff from interwebs if you don't have it, skip if using "compile kit"
spectool -g spotify-client.spec
git clone Alien.git (or the url for the git repo if you're not using the "compile kit")
sudo make install
#build the rpm
cp * ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES/. #don't use -r !
env QA_RPATHS=$((0x02|0x08)) rpmbuild -bb spotify-client.spec
sudo yum install [rpm] #at the end of the build the output lists the .rpm file it wrote, copy paste that
On a Fedora 18 64 bits machine these instructions just worked
On Fedora 16 64 bits I had to remake the links for a few of the .so files because it was originally pointing for /usr/lib64
but locate found them on /lib64