Re: [Banshee-List] Slightly improved MTP support
- From: Alan McGovern <alan mcgovern gmail com>
- To: banshee-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Banshee-List] Slightly improved MTP support
- Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 00:34:16 +0100
iPod issues have absolutely nothing to do with MTP support. File a bug
in bugzilla or start a new thread detailing your issue. Ideally you'd
do the former :)
On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 12:21 AM, Hoang Huy <hoanghuyngoc gmail com> wrote:
> I have a Ipod NANO 8g 4th generation. It's work well and also convert
> all the .wma file to .mp3, then transfer to the ipod. However, the
> transfered video is put in 'music video', instead of 'movie' as iTunes
> usually did. In addition, banshee can not sync Audiobooks to ipod
> although it appear an option to do this! How can you help me with this
> problems? Thanks
> 2010/7/2, Alan McGovern <alan mcgovern gmail com>:
>> On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 4:48 PM, David Nielsen <gnomeuser gmail com> wrote:
>>> 2010/6/30 Alan McGovern <alan mcgovern gmail com>
>>>> Are we ok bumping the min requirement to libmtp 0.3.0. It's about 2
>>>> years old, it should be fine.
>>> A quick look at downstreams show that Ubuntu would be supported 2 releases
>>> back plus the current development. All supported versions of Fedora have
>>> supported builds (and downstream seem willing to do such updates for us if
>>> we need). I don't have data for openSUSE as their system isn't that easy
>>> figure out but I am sure they also have a capable version, anyone who
>>> really should be encouraged to update.
>> openSUSEs version is more than new enough :) When openSUSE 11.0 was
>> released (more than 2 years ago), libmtp 0.2.6 was available. However
>> there are packages for libmtp 1.x available now so that should be no
>> issue. OS 11.1 and 11.2 are more than new enough.
>>> It seems safe to me.
>>> I have one or two MTP capable devices and so long as this is easily
>>> installable in Ubuntu Maverick then I am more than willing to retest all
>>> previous mtp related bugs and run it through it's paces.
>> This fix will *only* affect detection of devices. Nothing else. If
>> your device has failed to be detected by banshee in the past, it will
>> be detected now. I may end up taking a look at some of the existing
>> MTP related bugs in the future (i have a device myself) but that
>>> A lot of work is starting to depend on the udev work alex is doing, how
>>> close are we to having this mergable?
>> We're getting there. As Alex has already said, we're practically at
>> the stage where it'll be usable in alpha/beta form for git users.
>> That's where we'll start finding the remaining bugs (if any :) ). If
>> you want to test it right now just grab our git clone at
>> http://gitorious.org/+banshee-hw/banshee/banshee-iphone . It is
>> confirmed to work with an Android mass storage, my Creative Zen MTP
>> and my iPhone. Someone else tested with an iPod and it worked afaik.
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