Re: [Banshee-List] Cannot Find Media Library on Separate Partition
- From: Format C <yeutterg gmail com>
- To: Banshee-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] Cannot Find Media Library on Separate Partition
- Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 10:03:50 -0700 (PDT)
Hey Thanks a lot - I've got it working so it automatically mounts the
partition as disk-1 at boot.
Brian Lucas-3 wrote:
> Banshee uses the path to the file in its database to locate the files
> so you will need a consistant mount point. Do some googling on the
> fstab file to set up automatic mounting of the drive where you want it
> to be.
> On 6/4/09, Format C <yeutterg gmail com> wrote:
>> Hi everyone, I'm a new Banshee user (recently converted from iTunes
>> switched to Linux) and I am having an issue with my media library. I
>> imported all my media from a music folder on a separate ntfs partition,
>> everything worked great the first time around. However, after I
>> the computer and reloaded Banshee, none of the songs played anymore.
>> time I clicked on a song, an orange X showed up in the leftmost column of
>> the library. It did this for every single song in the library, as well
>> all the videos. Another restart did not fix the issue.
>> I looked in the file properties for a few of the songs and banshee is
>> referring to the directory /media/disk-1/Archive/Music. I tried
>> the partition but that did not do anything. I am a newbie, but I think
>> has something to do with the fact that the partition does not always show
>> as /disk-1/. Is there a way to make Banshee always refer to this
>> I am using Banshee 1.4.3 on Ubuntu 9.04.
>> Thanks a lot,
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