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This is the solution I found that achieved exactly what I was trying: Ampache's Git Repo (GitHub) Ampache is a streaming service written in PHP. It's a work in progress and they've just recently came out with version 3.0. Using this service, you can store your music in a directory (and multilevel directory) and direct Ampache to catalog that directory ...


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I also deal with this still. I'm a long time Linux user, about to throw in the towel. I can't stand all these silly bugs because some developer is too lazy to fix it, and expect the average user to know programming enough to do it themselves. I'm no programmer, but have been using this OS long enough to see a slow decline (only an incline in Android).


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It seems to utilise 'Tracker' to find your music. Open the "tracker-preferences" application, navigate to the 'Locations' tab, and add the location of your music. Apply the changes and close the window. Tracker should immediately start scanning the new folders. You can follow this progress with tracker-control -f


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I know it's a bit too late, for future users, ardour seems to be the best option, there's a free and paid version and it is available in ubuntu's repo, you can install it via apt-get, it's called ardour or ardour3.


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You need to edit the ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs file (type this in terminal gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs). Make sure the contents of the file are like the following(or just copy-paste and overwrite with this): XDG_DESKTOP_DIR="$HOME/Desktop" XDG_DOWNLOAD_DIR="$HOME/Downloads" XDG_TEMPLATES_DIR="$HOME/" XDG_PUBLICSHARE_DIR="$HOME/Share" ...


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Open Rhythmbox Music Player and import all your Music files. From the Rhythmbox menu select File -> Add Music -> Select a location containing music to add to your library (This should be set to your Music folder.) -> click the Import listed tracks button. Wait for a few minutes for Rhythmbox to import all the songs in your Music folder. How long it takes ...


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I hope one of these will helpful for you: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/raring/lingot/ https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/natty/gtkguitune/


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I solved the problem by going to https://github.com/cmus/cmus and compiling the program from source.. I am using Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS...


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Start banshee two times from the command line with --disable-dbus option. It should work.


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Try what I did. Open preferences in Banshee and disable the Apple Products in the plugins section. As soon as I did that my GS4 showed up and I could sync to it. I'm not sure if it helped but as mentioned in another (much older) thread I created a file .is_audio_player on the root directory of my external sd card and the phone memory. I just used the free ES ...


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Since I asked this question, I have been able to get the application working on a 32 bit ubuntu but not on 64 bit. Because I'm not really interested in having a bunch of Winjunk on my system, I make the purchase on Linux and then find a Windows PC I can use to do the download. It appears that HDTracks is not the only organization to use this download ...


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I wrote this script for Auto Tagging Lyrics in mp3 files


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Foobar 2000 itself in Wine: Foobar2000 was always related in my mind to the use of a lot of addons; but only when monitoring a large media library accessed through the 'Album List' or the 'Facets' addons does it becomes a bit heavy through Wine The image above that shows the use of 92MB of RAM is related to the use of a 270 GB media library. Otherwise, ...


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You can create symlinks from all folders into one and set it as a root of your collection. But Rhythmbox and Juk are very basic players. Take something more advanced, like Clementine, where GUI options support multiple collections.



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