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I had this same problem. I believe Doug is right about the Wily ppa. I purged rhythmbox and all rhythmbox data. I also purged the fossfreedom ppa. Then I found the Rhythmbox deb file for Rhythmbox 3.3-1 (the Xenial version rather than the Wily version) on pkgs.org and was able to install Rhythmbox that way. I can't find a ppa at the moment that has the ...


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I have the same problem. I always want to browse my files by folder. There used to be a plugin, but it seems to be discontinued. I found an other workaround, though: Install minidlna. Rhythmbox supports DLNA devices. And as any other DLNA client it gives you the option to browse the files, that are provided via a DLNA server by folder. Install DLNA: sudo ...


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For me the answer was to close Rhythmbox and run the following (Xenial): apt install gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad rm ~/.local/share/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml This installs some additional GStreamer plugins (also try gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly) and then deletes the Rhythmbox music database so it will re-check the files the next time.


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The ppa versioned it's rhythmbox packages incorrectly in wily so they are are higher than the rhythmbox packages in xenial. xenial - 3.3-1ubuntu7 ppa - 3.3.0.0-1~wilyubuntu2 3.3.0.0 is higher than 3.3, to fix just remove all Rb source packages, update sources & install Rb from Ubuntu repos


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"10 band" seems not to work for Ubuntu 16.04. The solution for me is "Audacious", which has an equaliser and does more than Rhythmbox.


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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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