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To get this working use the following: [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Name=Play Comment=Play music Exec=bash /home/awesome/Desktop/test/play.sh Path=/home/awesome/Desktop/test/ Icon= Terminal=true GenericName=Player
You can use ifuse to mount your ipod. Install it using sudo apt-get install ifuse. From man ifuse ifuse - Mount filesystem of an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Apple TV. This mounts the root filesystem of the first attached device on this computer in the directory /media/iPhone.
A while back, Spotify enabled hardware acceleration by default in the desktop client. On certain systems (not only Linux), incompatibility with the graphics drivers causes some content to fail to render. The suggested solution is to disable hardware acceleration in the clients' Preferences (Edit > Preferences): Applying this change requires a restart of ...
I had the same question. I wanted a programme that would create FLAC and MP3. After researching it a bit I came across Asunder CD Ripper. Seems to do everything I need of a ripping programme.
Lingot's default sound input device is set to a raw Alsa input (e.g. plughw:0). In the Ubuntu desktop these inputs are opened in exclusive mode by PulseAudio, preventing other applications from opening them. The solution is to make Lingot use the sound input device provided by PulseAudio, which is called pulse. Either edit Lingot's configuration file ...
On this bit It is legal to record the internet radio Recording internet radio and other stuff depends who released, how you getting it (and why), which country you are etc - quite a bit of the time it will more likely count as 'unlawful'. For spotify, this is explained in their end-user agreement: 8. User Guidelines .... Spotify respects ...
Worked out an alternate way to do what I wanted: just change the default directory for Rhythmbox to search for music. Can't believe I didn't think of this already. Gah!
You need to put an entry into /etc/fstab Im not at my pc else i would tell you the line ! Look at that file, add a new line the same as the line mounting your / partition. Edit the new line to point to your own music partition. Google fstab, its quite easy to set up and well documented all over the net.
It sounds like you want your music player to act like a flash drive, in that you can just drag and drop files. This is not possible with an iPod. If you want to be able to do this I recommend a different portable music player such as from Sansa. If you want to stick with an iPod, you have to use a program that supports them to edit your music library.
I have also had numerous problems with Brasero, and K3b is my burner of choice. Just a quick note, though. Regular Ubuntu uses the Unity interface, and ElementaryOS uses the Pantheon user interface. Another popular Desktop Environment is KDE, and all of its apps tend to start with a "k". If this is the first time you're installing a KDE app, you'll likely ...
Welcome to askubuntu.So far,as per my opinion nero is the best burner. But you can find much more cd burners in below link http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/03/9-good-cd-and-dvd-burning-tools-for.html
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