Rhtyhmbox stops playing music on .ogg & .flacview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I have a large library of music that consists of mp3, ogg and flac files. Older rhythmbox versions prior to the one in F17 treated these file formats equally. The version in F17 seems to stop when it hits an ogg or flac file. Music is playing and then silence. Every time I check on what file its stuck on its either .ogg or .flac. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Rhythmbox Tutorialview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – is there any rhythmbox tutorial out there? Tried to googling and found nothing. Please help ... (Hardware)

Sound in system and Rhythmbox is scratchy and skipsview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Two problems. Since a few hours ago, the sound on my system and in Rhythmbox has been *extremely* scratchy. I'm playing mp3 files through Rhythmbox, and in the system, the terminal beep is also quite scratchy. However, the scratches aren't present in Totem. (HowTos)

F17: m4a extraction errorview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi! I'm trying to extract an audio CD out into m4a (AAC) files using GStreamer based applicatiions (sound-juicer & rhythmbox) under Fedora 17. I've installed all GStreamer plugins from both official and RPMFusion repositories. When I try to extract the audio CD, I get the error: "Internal data flow error" in both applications. Anyone else's had the same issue? Another (HowTos)

Open File From Terminal with Preferred Application in Ubuntuview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – This tutorial will explain how to open file from console with preferred application in Ubuntu, just like when double-click on a .mp3 file in nautilus, rhythmbox player launches and plays the music, also urls can be open with the default web browser from the terminal. There’re following command tools do this work: gnome-open opens a file with Gnome’s default application kde-open opens (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Rhythmbox screws up music on iPodview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – When I sync my music using my windows 7 partition and itunes, my music plays fine. When I sync it using Ubuntu 12.04 and Rhythmbox, songs tend to skip, get cut short a few minutes, or just disappear from my iPod completely. I would rather not have to restart my computer into a different OS just to sync my iPod. Is there any way to fix this? (Hardware)

Hi from Slovenia!view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi!So, i'm a technically inequipped user (my level of expertise is configuring my Debian installation via the 'things to do after installing' manual :) ). I've been reading some articles, clicking on links, and i arrived at #!. What got me here was reading about OpenBox - a guy wrote it's a DE of the future. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Rhythmbox kept playing after closingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Using live CD, I moved a file from my storage to the music folder in the liveCD to test. It played. I click the 'X' in the window to stop the application. The window disappears like normal, but the music kept playing - and I have nothing on the desktop to get me back to the application to beg it to stop/close. Is this specific to the rhythmbox app? Will this happen w/ other apps? (Hardware)

Softpedia Linux Weekly, Issue 203view story

http://news.softpedia.com – The following Linux-based operating systems have been announced last week: Kororaa 17 Beta, Snowlinux 2 Cinnamon, and Ubuntu 12.10 Alpha 1. In other news: Linux Mint introduced the mintBox PC. Softpedia Linux Blog news includes articles about ZevenOS-Neptune 2.5, Linux kernel 3.5 RC2, Frugalware 1.7 Pre2, Rhythmbox 2.97, KDE SC 4.9 Beta 1, Linux kernel 3.4.1, My... (read more) (General)

Porting Gtk3 apps back to Gtk2 ?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi everyone, Using XFCE/XUbuntu. Now that (some) applications have been ported from GTk2 to Gtk3, theming is broken beause Gtk3 apps are apparently unable to apply Gtk2 themes (and maybe engines too, haven't figured out yet), so I would like to know what does a Gtk2 -> Gtk3 port involve, so I can maybe revert it and bring for example Rhythmbox, Gedit, Abiword etc etc etc... (Hardware)