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I've had the same problem with elementary 0.3.2. It looks like the cause of the problem is not the buffer size, but rather the network manager, which apparently intermittently has the WiFi device scan for networks. This seems to interrupt the stream, so independently of the buffer size there are little parts of the stream missing, which produces the ...


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Emby-Server is great for that .. i can listen to my music, view photos, even watch tv because my server has a tuner connected .. the emby app is available in the google play store If you take a lot of photos and would like to save some space .. Syncthing is also a nice program that will sync any files on the phone you want when you are connected to your ...


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TuxGuitar is similar to GuitarPro for Windows. You can import midis, edit sheet music, and export to ASCII, PDF, and others.


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I used to use this shell script to create playlists based on folder back when Jolla's music indexer had a few bugs. Should work just as well on the M10 https://gist.github.com/ShaneQful/385f94786a1880260531#file-gistfile1-sh


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To create a shortcut for cmus via Terminator while running Kubuntu first follow this path: KMenu > System Settings > Shortcuts & Gestures > Custom Shortcuts From here you can create the shortcut by drilling through this path: Edit > New > Global Shortcut > Command/URL Now follow these steps: Where it says 'New Action' type in ...


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Here is a tutorial to install Sonos on ubuntu using Wine, PlayonLinux and Samba (for the music library). Install the Sonos Controller The first thing to do is to install Wine and PlayonLinux so your computer can use Windows software. Open a terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and copy/paste the following line by line. sudo apt-get install wine sudo apt-get install ...


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rsync has an option to keep permission -p, --perms preserve permissions If you use gRsync, the same option is under Basic Options tab, mine is in spanish and looks like this: gRsync Basic Options Hope it helps.


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Thanks @zwets your answer is the correct one. I'm just posting a screenshot of the preferences menu, in case it helps someone. Lingot's configuration is set as follows: Audio system set to Alsa Audio device set to pulse You can see in the main Lingot window that my guitar is playing the E string.


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While there are some great Linux audio players (and I would encourage you to explore them) there is absolutely nothing to stop you running your old friend Foobar on Ubuntu using Wine. Run the following from a Terminal: sudo apt-get install wine And then download and install Foobar: cd $HOME/Desktop wget ...


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It is now possible to download a purchased album from your Amazon music library through your browser (.zip, only tested in Chromium) without any special tools or workarounds. Enjoy!



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