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I asked the help department at ghosttunes and they said it does work on Linux. Although it is recommended that you use chrome browser for it to work better.


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Clementine bills itself as a substitute for iTunes that allows you to load music an on iOS device. https://www.clementine-player.org/downloads


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Install the required mtp tools - sudo apt-get install mtp-tools mtpfs Edit the following file - gksu gedit /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules Add the following at the end and save the file - SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="VENDORID", ATTR{idProduct}=="PRODUCTID", MODE="0666" In your case - VENDORID=04e8 and PRODUCTID=6860. Now, disconnect your ...


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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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