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The problem could be because the Rythmbox's Plug-ins for iPod (I mean Copyright 2006, but I don't known the new versions), make sure that is not selected / activated. It's just disable the plug-in for iPod and the problem stops, how even is possible to use the iPod with general players (MTP), the iPod will work just to put the songs there, not for playlist ...


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I had the same problem and I found that the menu bar depends on which session you use not on the new and old user. If you use gnome classic you ain't going to find ordinary menu bar but by clicking on RB icon (name) on the the desktop top bar you will find everything you want.


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rhythmbox-client requires dbus to communicate with rhythmbox. You need to set the environment variable DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS for rhythmbox-client. The value can be obtained from the environment with a script like this one. touch $HOME/Xdbus chmod 600 $HOME/Xdbus env | grep DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS > $HOME/Xdbus echo 'export DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS' ...


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If you have sound in your guest account, then most likely you have accidentally done something wrong to the pulse audio configuration in your own account. Try removing (or renaming, just to be on the safe side) the pulse subdirectory of the .config directory of the account that has no audio: cd ~/.config mv pulse pulse-renamed Then log out of your ...


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Yes, you need both. You need Samba to join the Workgroup that your NAS is a member of. The default name is "WORKGROUP" but that may vary. In your Files manager, a "Network" item will appear. If you click that, you will be able to access the files on the NAS. Media Tomb - or any media player - will probably not allow you to play songs on the network ...



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