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People are really helpful on this website. I found a "grass roots" answer for "blunderers" and avid "new-to-Linux" dabblers, like myself. Here is a helpful URL if you need 'absolute beginner' help on command line protocol for this type of file. How do I install a .tar.gz (or .tar.bz2) file?. I sorted it out without being a further nuisance and maybe URL ...
If blacklisting doesn't work you can - Open Rb > Tools > Plugins Scroll down, find & disable the Mpris Dbus.. plugin, close Rb Then in dconf editor remove rhythmbox.desktop from interested-media-players, a log out/in may then be required, may not.
Just to add to @fossfreedomg's comment: This is how I did it in Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty) gsettings set org.gnome.rhythmbox.plugins active-plugins "['artsearch', 'audiocd', 'audioscrobbler', 'cd-recorder', 'daap', 'dbus-media-server', 'generic-player', 'ipod', 'iradio', 'mmkeys', 'mpris', 'mtpdevice', 'power-manager']" You can list your current settings via: ...
I looked into this but found no precise solution. However, given that there does not appear to be a way to do exactly what you desire, the following command-line script from commandlinefu.com may be the best thing available to you: grep -A 5 -e podcast-feed rhythmdb.xml | grep -e "<location>" | sed 's: *</*[a-t]*>::g' > PodFeeds.txt This ...
Speculative answer since I dont have your particular phone. You are using v1.1.6 of libmtp which is not the very latest; in Vivid version 1.1.8 is available. You could try a new version of libmtp to see if this resolves your issue - one such source is my PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:fossfreedom/libmtp sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade If this ...
There are still MP3-based and AAC+ streams. The BBC doesn't directly maintain a list of these URLs but I have found a few. This is the best one I've found so far. The problem here is most of the playlist items are hosted on RadioFeeds, not by the BBC. If RadioFeeds went down, you'd lose radio. The files they host are actually pretty slim playlist wrappers ...
My understanding is that you can no longer use Rhythmbox and similar apps to listen to BBC stations. I usually point my browser at bbc.co.uk/radio and select the station I want to listen to from there.
banshee could be useful, you can install it from the repositories, for more info, go to the official documentation. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PortableDevices/iPhone
The view you have means that you have not yet imported any tracks. To resolve this: First highlight all the tracks Click "Import x selected tracks" to import those tracks. You should then be able to right-click and display a menu. From the right-click menu you can highlight all tracks and add to a playlist.
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