Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] question: i moved my music library folder but them all my points or stars for my songs disappeared.
- From: "Piotr Gaczkowski" <doomhammerng gmail com>
- To: "Tino Meinen" <a t meinen chello nl>
- Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] question: i moved my music library folder but them all my points or stars for my songs disappeared.
- Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 15:53:05 +0100
On Feb 3, 2008 4:50 PM, Tino Meinen <a t meinen chello nl> wrote:
> 1. Move your music back to the original place (i.e. home/RBlibrary),
> 2. Start up rhythmbx again and notice your ratings and play times
> 3. Delete all the files in the rhythmbox section 'missing files'
> 4. Quit rhythmbox
> 5. Manually edit ~/.gnome2/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml
> and change the locations of the entries with home/RBlibrary to
> 6. Move your music to Places/Music
> 7. Startup rhythmbox
I have to say it's an overkill. I have like 20k entries in my RhythmDB
and would be rather unhappy if I have to manually edit them. Wouldn't
it be better to store such metadata either in Tracker or whatever
metatacker one uses or to identify tracks by some UUIDs (eg. MusicDNS
PUIDs) instead of simply location?
Files like to move around, y'know and ratings are really precious data
not to be lost under any circumstances. After all - you could just
rerip your music and here it is again, but there's no way to resume
your carefully tailored user prefs.
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