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Download this file and extract it to your home folder. Install perl sudo apt-get install perl Type the following command - perl transferratings.pl path/to/itunes.xml path/to/rhythmbdb.xml The location of rhythmdb.xml can be found using locate rhythmdb.xml


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I realise this question was asked some time ago, but I was also looking for an answer. gmusicbrowser has an option in its settings to add replaygain tags to your collection, and it seems to work with M4a files too. I'm using Debian Jessie, but I see no reason why it wouldn't work on Ubuntu.


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After much searching on the internet without any real help I found the answer myself. In Ubuntu 14.10 the default media player Rhythmbox can be used as a music client to access DLNA server. The only problem is that not all necessary files are installed by default. There are just few steps to take: Enable Grilo DLNA client in Rhythmbox. Go to Tools -> ...


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Thanks for your replies. I wanted to auto-mount my D: drive at startup. What I did, was found the UUID of my drive by checking its properties. Next, I added this command to gnome-session-properties (press Alt+F2 and search) - udisksctl mount --block-device /dev/disk/by-uuid/<place_disk_UUID_here> Where I placed my disk's UUID at the end as asked. ...


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You can use autofs for doing some sort of it. autofs will only mount a certain path if you access it. Therefore you could configure Rhythmbox do scan your library on that path. It is not exactly what you said but it fits. Other even simpler option could be mount your Windows partition on boot time (I would go with it because it is the easiest way but I ...


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Assuming the plugin is on, avahi-browser shows the DAAP services, and if you're running GNOME shell, make sure the media-sharing is enabled. Your local firewall can also get in the way, use netstat -tlnp and make sure the listening ports for rhythmbox are open (or disable firewall if you're comfortable with that).


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Start banshee two times from the command line with --disable-dbus option. It should work.


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I don't know if it's works or what, but give it a shot: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras


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The visualizer is actually displayed in the left-pane if you have this displayed: This bit shown at the arrow in the picture only appears when you have started playing any track. If you have hidden the left pane - redisplay it by pressing F9


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i have been through this nightmare too, with little help. I have an Ipod 4g. The only way I was really able to sync things up was to install virtual box, and then run Itunes through that. Using Itunes with Wine wasnt working at all. Hope this works for you!


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The WAV file format isn't very practical for use in music players like Rhythmbox which want to present all the collected files in a library, because WAV doesn't support tagging (track name, artist, album name, genre, track number, etc.). It's also very inefficient regarding diskspace because it's only using uncompressed PCM where lossless codecs like FLAC ...


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If you are trying to import music from CD. Well,I was in the exactly same situation and was looking for the .wav codec for rhythmbox. But I rethink it over at the first place, wav codec means uncompressed format. So I just copy the wav files in the cd folder and paste them to music directry for Rhythmbox. After copy & paste, rename the files as you like. ...



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