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Trouble-shooting Trouble-shooting rhythmbox issues can be a bit of a trial and error. These are the areas you should consider. Cleaning up plugins settings Sometimes a rogue plugin (internal or external) could be the cause of rhythmbox crashes. Cleaning up the gsettings database for the various plugins can work: gsettings reset-recursively ...


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Make sure that you have the Audio CD Recorder plugin enabled Then a new menu option will appear in the playlist toolbar button as shown. In Rhythmbox 2.99 and later you'll find that the right-click option you previously had are spread between the various toolbar buttons you see in the music sources themselves.


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Select all the tracks from the album, right click, choose properties. Don't change the artist or album tag. Set "album artist" if you like, or click on the "sorting" tab. Here, you can set an artist and album tag that will not be displayed, but will be used specifically for sorting. If you set "Album sort order" to "greatest hits 1" for example, and set it ...


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According to the libimobiledevice website Music Synchronization does not work with DBVersion > 4. This is the case for iPhone 4 and newer: The iPhone 4/4S, iPod Touch 4, iPad 1/2/3rd Gen and Apple TV do NOT work. Any device with DBVersion > 4 does NOT work. To check your DBVersion run "ideviceinfo -q com.apple.mobile.iTunes -k DBVersion". WIP. In ...


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RBPitch What you describe fits nicely into the capabilities of an external plugin called RBPitch. From the launchpad description: rbpitch is a plugin for Rhythmbox that lets you change the pitch, tempo, and speed in real-time while playing a song. The main features of rbpitch include: *Change the pitch and tempo of your music independently of ...


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music sync for android on linux Banshee, Clementine First make sure device is connected via usb cable :) For Banshee: start banshee import music via: right click (and hold) Libraries -> Music and choose Import Media - Folders -> Choose Folders (please note that it won't scan the music if it's too deep in subdirs, for me it worked only up to level ...


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That is just how the interface works. If you want everything visible at the same time, you'll have to make the window bigger. Other options include hiding the Lyrics pane, the sidebar with all your music sources, or some of the columns in the song list (Genre is a good thing to hide, for example). You can also resize the width of the sidebar, the lyrics ...


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Remember the Rhythm This is a nice little plugin created a few years back but will solve this. It is available in either PPA form for all versions from RB2.96 through to RB3.0. Alternatively you can install from Git if you dont like PPA's for your system. Lets start with the PPA version. I'll be upfront - this is my PPA. sudo add-apt-repository ...


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You need a plugin like Remember The Rhythm which will remember the last playing song and playback time, source (radio station, playlist), browser values (genre, album, artist). To install Remember The Rhythm you can use the following commands in terminal if you use Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:loneowais/ppa sudo apt-get ...


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Here is what I did, and it works. Remove any previous installations, and any plug-ins. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-add-repository --remove ppa:fossfreedom/rhythmbox sudo apt-add-repository --remove ppa:jacob/media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get purge rhythmbox ...



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