Unity Music Lens shows nothing (Clementine)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 6, 2012
I have a problem with the music lens in Unity. It doesn't show anything. Does this have to do with the fact that I use Clementine instead of Rhythmbox? And if so, how can I make Unity music lens to work with Clementine? Because I don't want to use Rhythmbox (I think it sucks big time).
Using Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit and Clementine 1.0.1
apple ipod touch 1g on slackware shows garbled filenames for my music files
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 12, 2015
well, first of all these couple of posts gladly helped me to set up my ipod and see the files...
*and no i dont need syncing ever never then nor now or ever again....
i can access my music directory of the ipod from cli....
now, the issue i face is that in my music directory my folders are named as F00,F01,F02 and so on....
in them the files have garbage names basically weird names like ZFIJ.mp3 or YSIC.mp3 etc....
they all play correctly though in mplayer when i tested it.....the files are correct and i can see their detailed info in mplayer on playing...anyone got a clue y these names??
encoding go wrong in the directory?
*by the way the directory i access my music is /my_ipod/Music
so, i need to know now how can i transfer files?which folder do i transfer to?how do i know?
Ubuntu music players shows all my music as one album.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 17, 2009
I just switched from Windows. Before the switch I put all my audio files on an external HDD, When Windows rips music it arranges it in folders by artist then sub-folders by album. Sub-folders also include album art. When I imported these files into the music folder on UBUNTU 9.10 my files maintained that structure. But Rhythm Box, and every other music player in the software center sees all those folders and sub-folders as one huge album. Does anyone no how to get a music player that will read my folders and sub-folders or keep my artists and albums separate instead of one big musical blob?
How to transfer iTunes music to Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 3, 2012
I'm pretty new to Ubuntu. I've tried it before, loved it, and plan on replacing win7 with it, just wanted to move all my music over there. The problem is, 80% of my music was bought on iTunes, meaning they're .m4a's. These are all on my current windows 7 machine. I was wanting to put all of this on Ubuntu, and I was wondering what the best way to move all of it over would be. The two problems that I am worried about is 1.) That Banshee, RythymBox, etc. will not accept .m4a's, and 2.) How to do the actual transfer part of this.
Sorry if this sounds kind of dumb, this is my first post, and if there's already a thread for this, could you please post a link to it?
Ubuntu One Music Store: Already a dropin iTunes replacement
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 7, 2010
Can Ubuntu One be used in Linux Mint and can Ubuntu music store be accessed from...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 25, 2010
Can Ubuntu One be used in Linux Mint or other distros?
Also, can the Ubuntu music store be accessed from distros other than Ubuntu?
[SOLVED] On Ctrl+Alt+F1 shows 1st console , but on Ctrl+Alt+F7 doesnt go back to GUI, startx
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 28, 2012
I might be doing it wrong, but isn't Ctrl+Alt+F1 / F7 supposed to allow switching between console (F1) and GUI (F7) ?
Everytime I go to console, when I try to come back I get a blank screen. The desktop is running, X is running, but I cant connect to it, so to speak.
When I try Ctrl+Alt+Backspace from the live CD that doesnt work too.
Neither does Ctrl+Alt+F11
Effectively I have only one option - reboot.
Also, I'd be glad is someone could tell me the command for starting an X session.
Or, if an X session is running, to kill it completely and restart and reconnect/enable it visually.
Thanks a ton in advance, this has been troubling me for some time.
Ubuntu ? Kubuntu ? Xubuntu ? Mythbuntu ? (for music studio)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 23, 2009
Hi all, sorry about the possibly weird thread title but I didn't know how to express my need in few words.
I have a machine with 2 sound cards, both M-Audio (Delta DiO and Audiophile) for music recording/mixing. I tried Ubuntu-Studio recently, and I liked it, however I couldn't get everything to be functional (recording crashed).
Now with the release of 9.04, I'm considering re-installing everything. However, what *buntu variant should I install ? Is there anyone of them better suited for music creation ?
Thanks for your advice !
XBMC and TV Shows
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 3, 2009
Another quick, and hopefully easy, question.
I've added a source for my movies via the menu and that worked out fine. But If I go into the "Watch TV Shows" section, then to the files section and add a source, it doesn't pick up any media inside any of the folders. I've tried adding the folder with all my tv shows in sub-folders and then it shows some of the TV shows as sections but when you click on each show to go to the episodes, there are none listed. I've also tried adding a folder with only one specific television show and all its episodes directly in that foldder. And when I do that, it doesn't even read that there is anything in there. Funnily enough, if I go into the files section I can browse and see all the files and even watch them. And If I tell a specific episode to be manually added to the library, it shows up in the "Watch Movies" section.
Linux Music System
location: linux.com - date: July 11, 2011
Hello all, I'm new to Linux, have some mild Ubuntu experience, but in no way an expert. I am looking to build a system to play hosted music through on my stereo system. Essentially, I want to build a computer that will play music stored either on its drive or a network drive into my stereo system. I would like it to have a dedicated front end and be able to be remote controlled. In the best scenario, I would like to control it with a remote control app over Wi-fi from my BlackBerry.
I am wondering if there is anybody who has done such things, and/or if anyone has suggestions on how to achieve this. The OS will need to be fairly light as I have a small budget and will be recycling some older systems together to do this.
I have been looking at MythTV and Mythbuntu as solutions, but i have no need or desire for any of the video aspects of the system, it will be purely audio. Are there any better suited programs available?
Thank you for your input.
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