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You can try this. It will help install iTunes in Ubuntu via a program called Wine.
A) If you want to use any directory (network share) in Rythmbox 1) Open rythmbox 2) Click Edit, then Preferences You will see something similar to this: 3) Click Browse, choose the location that your network share is mounted. 4) Make sure watch my library for new files is checked (as shown). B) Based on our chat, I believe that you have manged to use ...
One of the reasons you aren't seeing anything is because it's rhythmbox instead of rythmbox. The most viable theory is that there are two processes running. You can try: killall rhythmbox. Typos can be dangerous.
Since you've checked and the concerned .so file is present on the system, it means there's a linker problem. Check out the solution given here: missing-a-shared-library-that-is-present-on-the-system Of cource, instead of locate libjvmfwk, you'll use locate libtotem-plparser Just for reference, I get the below result on my 14.04 64-bit: ...
You have an old build of rhythmbox installed into the /usr/local prefix. You should remove it from there. The following commands should help with that: rm /usr/local/bin/rhythmbox* rm /usr/local/lib/librhythmbox* rm -rf /usr/local/lib/rhythmbox rm -rf /usr/local/share/rhythmbox rm /usr/local/share/applications/rhythmbox* rm ...
Well, libtotem-plparser17 is not available in Trusty repo: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libtotem-plparser17&searchon=names In my Ubuntu 14.04, I've both libtotem-plparser17 and libtotem-plparser18, most probably because I made an upgrade from Saucy. So suggest downloading & installing Saucy libtotem-plparser17 pacakge, from: ...
I believe this to be a bug in the driver, there appears to be a workaround which may work for you: You have to modify the following line in /etc/pulse/default.pa load-module module-udev-detect with : load-module module-udev-detect tsched=0 sources: munbi at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pulseaudio/+bug/751265/comments/23 ...
Have you tried finddup or finddup -l I guess it works fine.
/usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/system-ready.ogg is a symbolic link to dialog-question.ogg. Therefore, remove the symbolic link and copy the sound you want to system-ready.ogg: sudo rm /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/system-ready.ogg sudo cp myfunkysound.ogg /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/system-ready.ogg To restore the original conditions after doing ...
You may use gtkpod, altough it is said to crash under ubuntu 12.04 so it may crash also under 14.04. You can find it in the software center. Maybe the latest release has solved the bugs related to ubuntu 12.04; it's findable here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtkpod/files/
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