Hi, how do I get Amarok to stop using KDEWallet. It's really annoying, this only happened after an update. I just want to be able to click on Amarok and play my tunes.
on 10/25/2009 – Made popular on 10/25/2009
Hi, I started using amarok again, and a strange issue with pulseaudio comes up : when I modify the master volume (either through kmix, or veromix), Amarok's volume is increased/decreased by the same amount. It does however stay relative : If master is at 100%, Amarok at 75%, and I drop master to 0, then back to 100%, Amarok stays at 75%.
I am having a problem with Amarok 1.4.10 in openSUSE 11.1 that was not in 10.3. When Amarok is playing, the hard drive is in constant use. If something else, like a find, runs Amarok starts skipping. There is also a skip when ever I un-pause play. I dont see anything in Amarok config to increase or use a memory cache.
Since we began seriously working on Amarok 2 more than two years ago, Amarok has come a very long way. Looking back at screenshots of some of the very early incarnations of Amarok 2 can be almost frightening, and it is clear that Amarok 2 has changed much since then. While the Amarok 2.0 release was in no way perfect, it was more importantly a solid foundation to work on, and Amarok 2.1 is already shaping up to be a much more well rounded music manager.
I used Amarok before and I loved it, now IT TELLS ME I have no Bob Dylan, and even when I take it by the hand and show it where the Bob Dylan is, it refuses to play it. Instead it presents lyrics to songs I am not interested in. Did the Amarok people all decide to take drugs at the same time?:O
Ok, well I am pretty new to OpenSuse. With that said, I am struggling a little bit with Amarok. I want a Media player that is capable of playing mp3's and from what I have read, I just need to install certain packages to make this happen.
Maybe this is where I am making my mistake, but I am attempting to install from this link.
When I play music in Amarok using the Gstreamer backend, playback will simply stop ever 30 to 90 minutes and not resume until I click Next Track. Pressing Pause or Stop and then Play doesn't do anything.
When I use the VLC backend, sound will be terribly distorted and scratchy for 20 to 60 seconds after the computer was started and then continue to play normally.