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I've had the same problem with elementary 0.3.2. It looks like the cause of the problem is not the buffer size, but rather the network manager, which apparently intermittently has the WiFi device scan for networks. This seems to interrupt the stream, so independently of the buffer size there are little parts of the stream missing, which produces the ...


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I had this issue until recently. What you should do is delete the contents of ~/.local/share/rhythmbox/audioscrobbler, particularly the file sessions, then try and authenticate again. It should work then.


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It seems that the xenial package has been deleted: http://ppa.launchpad.net/fossfreedom/rhythmbox/ubuntu/dists/ http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/xenial/universe/proposed/rhythmbox


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If you have tried the solutions on this page and STILL can not get your .mp3 files to play in Rhythmbox, try this: Open Terminal Enter the following: sudo chmod 777 path/to/YourJamz 2a. Lazy Person Tip: After entering sudo chmod 777 in the terminal, Open Nautilus, find your music files and drag them into the terminal. Terminal will automatically ...


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Had the same issue steps to resolve issue ; 1- open terminal 2- type the following 2 commands ; sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras Followed by sudo apt-get install ffmpeg gxine libdvdread4 icedax tagtool libdvd-pkg easytag id3tool lame libxine2-ffmpeg nautilus-script-audio-convert libmad0 mpg321 libavcodec-extra gstreamer1.0-libav ...


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Your question really lacks detail, so if this does not help, please provide extra detail. It seems like you don't have executable permissions on the NTFS drive (this is default behavior) so it can't execute the files on the partition. Open the application Disks from the dash and click the drive on the left, now click the small cog icon under the diagram ...


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Have you tried selecting output device after connecting, as you can see in this picture?


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I'm a developer and added 'sort by artist' to 'rhythmdb_query_model_album_sort_func' - see below. If you are an end user able to prepare your system for package building, patch the source, build new packages, install then go ahead! ;-). This patch was done with rb v2.97, newer versions may have different line numbers (didn't check that yet) but basically ...


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Extract the mp3's in some folder and open them from there. When you open a file from the Archive Manager, the file is saved in a temporary hidden .cache folder located in /home/user and it gets open from there. You can play the file with Rhythmbox but you can't import it. In order to import it, you need to save the mp3 in a folder like /home/user/music.



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