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As suggested here, I would recommend you using MP3 Diags. You can install it by running sudo apt-get install mp3diags mp3diags-doc After launching the program, click "Rebuild VBR data". Then, go in Clementine and rescan your music library under Tools>Do a full library rescan) Hope it works as well as it worked for me.


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From the bug report, they are ordered as Artist > Album > Track Number, so you have: 1 - artist a - album 1 2 - artist a - album 1 ... 1 - artist a - album 2 ... 1 - artist b - album 1 ...


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Generally music players will store their library information (which is different from the music file's location) under their own settings subdirectory in our HOME folder. Therefore each player will create an own different library, and libraries from different users will be different too. Some players (e.g. Guayadeque ) allow to create multiple different ...


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Unless you tell your music players to sort them, they usually will leave the files' structure on the disk alone. So you can have multiple music players sharing the same library folder, or having different library folders, and so on.


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Apparently Apple changed the FS type in the more recent iPods, e.g. Nano 7G, so that it is not compatible with gtkpod which is the engine for many of the Linux based players. The link below outlines a workaround to the issue. Note though that it involves tweaking the Nano's FS. http://sourceforge.net/p/gtkpod/mailman/message/30329260/


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The Freebox probably makes use of Shairport/Airport Express 2nd gen. These only use UDP while Pulseaudio-raop is only capable of using TCP. It is a known bug and already existing for several years :( Please subscribe to the bug at launchpad to generate as much exposure as possible to get it fixed soon :D ...


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I had my music collection under /data/music and wanted to move it to /media/SD/music. I did the following: 01 $ cd ~/.config/banshee-1 02 $ sqlite3 banshee.db ".dump" > dump 03 $ mv banshee.db banshee.db.backup 04 $ sed -i 's+file:///data/music/+file:///home/marc/Music/+g' dump 05 $ cat dump | sqlite3 banshee.db 06 $ rmdir ~/Music 07 $ ln ...



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