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When I imported all of my music from my iPod into Banshee, I got all of the wrong music, so I decided to delete it all. Now it says that there is no such file or directory, so it won't delete the music. Now I have low disk space. Thanks in advance for anyone who can help...

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  • How did you delete your music? And off of what? Please provide some more info on what you did to delete your music and off of what device... – zkriesse Jul 16 '11 at 18:56
  • Can you provide some more details such as perhaps a screenshot of exactly what you're trying to do and what error it causes? – John Feb 24 '12 at 22:13
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That does seem strange behavior, especially as banshee handles ipods pretty well.

As a temporary fix you can use gtkpod (in the software centre). This is probably the most comprehensive ipod handler for linux. From here you should be able to delete files and/or repair the library.

If this doesn't work, there are (quite complicated) ways of restoring your ipod on linux, but I suggest you just find a friend with itunes and do it on there.

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