I've been trying to import my iTunes library to Banshee but Banshee will not find songs that contain latin accents. It imports most songs just fine except the ones that contains accents like é, è, ç, ñ and so on... it says "file do not exists" although the file is in my hd and the accents display correctly in Nautilus AND also displays correctly in Banshee error report!
I found the issue in bugzilla but the reply was that this is not a Banshee bug and the problem might come from the file being originated in a Mac (?). I also posted in ubuntuforums but no reply so far... I've tried to "Save-as" the Mac .xml file into Ubuntu software hoping it would encode it correctly but nothing seems to work. My last attempt was using the UTF-8 migration tool (from software center) but is says :
Your current encoding was not found, or you are using the C locale. Please pick a supported language from
/usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTEDand log in again.
(no idea what this means, my system is now configured to en_US.UTF-8)
Anyone here can help me out understanding this?