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I had the same problem with banshee (dependency on libglib2.0 2.44.1). It looks like banshee came out of the proposed repository sooner than the libglib it is dependent on. I was able to work around this as follows: Enable vivid-proposed Upgrade libglib sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-0/vivid-proposed libglib2.0-bin/vivid-proposed Disable proposed ...
You can do this with rythmbox. I use rythmbox to transfer music to my 3rd generation iPod nano. With rythmbox all you have to do is drag the music to your iPods icon and it will transfer the music. You can check if it has transferred if your iPod shows that it is syncing.
Ops! Asking for a hidden setting, I've remembered about the existence of gconf-editor. So: sudo apt-get install gconf-editor gconf-editor And changed the settings below:
Banshee is limited in its ability to work with Ipods. Try GTKPod, it is a dedicated Ipod manager and should meet you needs sudo apt-get install gtkpod
This is a workaround if you don't want Banshee to mount your phone ever. Open up preferences in Banshee without your phone plugged in and disable the "MTP Media Player Support" under 'extensions/Device Support'. Then restart banshee and plugin your phone. Now Banshee does not mount your phone. Works for me.
Check if you have libdbus1.0-cil installed, as that is the package that contains dbus-sharp-1.0. apt-cache policy libdbus1.0-cil If the first line reads Installed: (none), install the package: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libdbus1.0-cil If it is installed, reinstall it: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ...
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