Re: [Banshee-List] Banshee and a USB MP3 Player
- From: "Josiah Ritchie" <josiah ritchietribe net>
- To: banshee-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] Banshee and a USB MP3 Player
- Date: Sun, 4 May 2008 21:56:38 -0400
Have you been using the .is_audio_player file in the root of the
player's file system? That might help.
On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Tim T. <tim timmerman gmail com> wrote:
> I reported the same problem a couple of weeks back..
> I'm thinking it may be some incompatibility between banshee and a
> support library (Different version in Ubuntu Hardy ?);
> /maybe/ building banshee from source might fix it.. Haven't had the
> time and energy to try that yet.
> 2008/5/4 Timothy Collins <wookietim gmail com>:
> > I have a no-name MP3 player. It's nice and I like it. I have used this
> > player with banshee for months and I love the combination.
> > Suddenly and without warning, Banshee no longer notices it when it get's
> > plugged in. Ubuntu see it, mounts it, and opens a file window for it.
> > Rythmbox (If I wanted to use that with my player) sees it and is happy. I
> > even got Amarok to see the player. But for some reason, after 2 months,
> > Banshee suddenly has declared it invisible.
> > I have tried recreating the .is_audi_player with no luck. I tried upgrading
> > banshee to the new version - no luck. I even started grasping at straws and
> > plugged it into different USB ports on the computer with no luck. I looked
> > at HAL and Ubuntu is fat and happy with the player. Banshee seems to be the
> > problem.
> > Has anyone else had this problem before?
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