That answers one question I had - the site page on uninstalling still
refers to .gnome2/banshee...
> Your music collection is here: ~/.config/banshee-1/banshee.db. Just remove
> the whole directory to reset Banshee 1.0.
> 2008/4/18 Steven Coté <steven cote gmail com>:
>> If I wanted to remove all media from my database and re-import it, which
>> file would I have to delete?
>> Or, another approach would be to re-import my database from 0.13.2, is
>> there a way to manually request that?
>> Whats happened is I just imported a new cd into banshee 0.13.2, but it
>> a mixed CD. So now the songs are scattered across a dozen directories in
>> music directory (http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=432040). Now
>> I'd like to move those tracks into my db for 0.98.3 and I don't see a
>> particularly good way of doing that short of blowing away my entire db
>> reimporting the entire music directory.
>> Is there a better way of handling this?
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