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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by phd21 » Mon Aug 13, 2018 5:59 pm

Hi David1293,

There is nothing wrong with installing as many of the music apps as you want to try, you can always uninstall the ones you do not want.

Now that you have the correct nVidia driver installed, what does the "inxi -Fxzd" show now?

If you have redundant (duplicate) software repository entries when you run the update process, it will show that, just copy and paste the results of the bottom of the command below back here. This is usually not a problem to correct (fix).

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sudo apt update
I just installed "get-iplayer" (get_iplayer 3.16) in Linux Mint 19.x Mate and it worked perfectly using their PPA including automatically installing the "AtomicParsley" package as part of "get-iplayer" which before had to be installed separately. You should have "ffmpeg" installed from the Software Manager or Synaptic Package Manager (SPM) too. See link below. Of course, if you are not currently located in the UK (GB), then you will probably need to connect to a VPN server there to use this.

upgrading get-iplayer (SOLVED) - Linux Mint Forums
viewtopic.php?f=18&t=250289&hilit=iplayer

To install get-iplayer using the PPA method, open a console terminal, type in, or copy & paste, each line below one by one: Click "Select All" above command, right click the highlighted command, select Copy (or Ctrl+Insert), click in the console terminal window, and right click paste (or Shift+Insert), repeat for each command.

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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jon-hedgerows/get-iplayer

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sudo apt update

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sudo apt install get-iplayer
get-iplayer/get_iplayer: A utility for downloading TV and radio programmes from BBC iPlayer
https://github.com/get-iplayer/get_iplayer

Hope this helps ...
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by CtrlAltDel » Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:34 am

phd21 wrote:
Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:21 pm
Hi David1293, CtrlAltDel, and Everyone Else.

Last night I booted into Linux Mint Cinnamon 19 (64-bit) and was able to install all of the music apps including Lollypop (using their PPA or the deb file) also installed "kid3-cli" and they all worked fine. I updated my previous reply to include download links and more info.

Today I booted into Linux Mint Mate 19 (64-bit) and installed Lollypop (using their PPA or the deb file) also installed "kid3-cli" and they all worked fine. I still get the message in the Lollypop preference tab to install "kid3-cli" even though it is already installed, but it seems to be working very well regardless of that message which you only see in the preferences.


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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by David1293 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:44 am

Hi, all
Many many thanks for taking the time to reply. I have opted for Lollypop and Audacious for now, although I may add others later.
I really like Lollypop so far, although I've yet to discover what Audacious plugins actually do. I need to have a play around with it to find out, I suppose.
Anyway, thanks for taking the time to reply.
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I'll mark this as solved.
Thanks all, again
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by phd21 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 11:59 am

HI David1293,

You are welcome again from all of us that replied...

1.)
David1293 wrote:I really like Lollypop so far, although I've yet to discover what Audacious plugins actually do. I need to have a play around with it to find out, I suppose.
I like both Audacious and Lollypop music apps and the other ones.
- I am not sure what the Lollypop network issue is, it seemed to connect to the Internet without any changes in my systems?

- Audacious is cool because there are 3 Interface options, GTK, WinAmp, and QT. I use the QT version because all the windows are docked into one window versus the GTK with separate windows, but I think you have to use the PPA to get this QT version. The WinAmp version allows people to use different "skins" which is cool and there are a lot of skins available. In one of my previous replies in other posts on music apps (search for WinAmp or Audacious), I have a link to an archive file with many skins anyone can use. You can experiment with its plugins.

2.) This looks much better and your system's video and graphics should work much better as well. You should have an nVidia indicator icon in your system tray now for settings and configuration options, do you?
David1293 wrote: Graphics: Card: NVIDIA GP107 [GeForce GTX 1050 Ti] bus-ID: 01:00.0
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Resolution: 1920x1080@60.00hz
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3.) Did you get "get-iplayer" working?

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by David1293 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 2:22 pm

Hi phd21 and all of you!
I did get iplayer installed from the repository- I can't understand how I could have missed it last night. So, that's solved.
As for nVidia, no, I don't have a system tray icon. Does that matter, if I don't particularly want or need to adjust my settings- or is there a setting I definitely should adjust?
Again, many thanks
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by phd21 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 2:36 pm

Hi David1293,

That's good you got the correct nVidia video drivers installed. No, you do not need the system tray settings icon. You can search the "Synaptic Package Manager SPM" for Nvidia and I think "nvidia settings" is the app and install that. There is another pretty famous indicator which I think is called indicator prime (plus or enhanced) for people with nVidia and intel video cards.

linux install nvidia indicator - Google Search
https://www.google.com/search?ei=OyBzW5 ... l8sdDEyjb4

The "get-iplayer" works really well for those interested in that.

I have been playing around with Lollypop music app and I noticed that some of my music has the wrong cover art, but they have an easy way to change that in Lollypop by "mousing over" the image and the far-right last icon, then search for that song or album and if you see cover art you want just click it.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by CtrlAltDel » Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:10 pm

phd21 wrote:
Tue Aug 14, 2018 11:59 am

- I am not sure what the Lollypop network issue is, it seemed to connect to the Internet without any changes in my systems?
I am not sure what the Lollypop network issue was either, PHD21, but it was an issue and I'm not the only one to have it. I know this because I found out how to fix it by doing a search for the problem, giving me a clue as to have to resolve it. It's good that you didn't have the problem like I did but, as we all know, we don't all have the same setups and hardware, etc...

By checking this option to on, I was able to have network availability in Lollypop. Before that, there was no radio, no TuneIn, no nothing. On top of this, to make it more aggravating, there was no context menu option or Preferences option within Lollypop's settings to activate Network/Internet access.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by phd21 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 3:21 pm

Hi CtrlAltDel,

Your post was very good in pointing out that network issue with Lollypop and even more importantly on how to fix it. I checked my Linux Mint KDE 18.3 system and it was already enabled. Thank you.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by phd21 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:15 pm

Hi CtrlAltDel,

Yes, from my screenshot I have the Network option in the menu. Maybe that does not appear until after you enable it using dconf editor and restart Lollypop?

I do not see any differences in the 3 screenshots you just posted? Am I missing something?
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by CtrlAltDel » Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:55 pm

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Hi CtrlAltDel,

Yes, from my screenshot I have the Network option in the menu. Maybe that does not appear until after you enable it using dconf editor and restart Lollypop?

I do not see any differences in the 3 screenshots you just posted? Am I missing something?
The repeats were a mistake. I have restarted the whole computer since that time and it still does not give me a network option in the context menu. Whatever, I don't have to have it since it stays connected anyway. Maybe my version is newer than yours and no longer has it included. 0.9.521
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by phd21 » Wed Aug 15, 2018 11:33 pm

Hi CtrlAltDel,

FYI: I booted into a version of Kubuntu 18.04 like Linux Mint 19, installed Lollypop using their PPA and I have the same screens as you do with Lollypop and dconf editor. There is no Lollypop menu entry for checking "Network" like I had in Linux Mint 18.3 although anyone can enable network access through the dconf editor.

Lollypop : Cédric Bellegarde
https://launchpad.net/~gnumdk/+archive/ubuntu/lollypop

I also noticed that there are many right-click options available all over the Lollypop screen and song entries. I did not see Radios until I right-clicked the upper left portion of the screen. But, when I added radio stations I could not hear them? Then I noticed an update today for Lollypop. So, I checked their PPA and they have a Lollypop Master version in addition to the regular Lollypop. I installed the master (v0.9.522) which removed the regular Lollypop and now my radio stations play well.

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by CtrlAltDel » Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:03 pm

phd21 wrote:
Wed Aug 15, 2018 11:33 pm
Hi CtrlAltDel,

FYI: I booted into a version of Kubuntu 18.04 like Linux Mint 19, installed Lollypop using their PPA and I have the same screens as you do with Lollypop and dconf editor. There is no Lollypop menu entry for checking "Network" like I had in Linux Mint 18.3 although anyone can enable network access through the dconf editor.

Lollypop : Cédric Bellegarde
https://launchpad.net/~gnumdk/+archive/ubuntu/lollypop

I also noticed that there are many right-click options available all over the Lollypop screen and song entries. I did not see Radios until I right-clicked the upper left portion of the screen. But, when I added radio stations I could not hear them? Then I noticed an update today for Lollypop. So, I checked their PPA and they have a Lollypop Master version in addition to the regular Lollypop. I installed the master (v0.9.522) which removed the regular Lollypop and now my radio stations play well.

Hope this helps ...
I'll try updating to the nightly, PHD, if you personally guarantee nothing goes wrong and this fixes the issue. I'll need that assurance, though, before proceeding. Thank you for checking out the Network button entry and determining that it's the program, not the user. I'm not going to worry about it now; thankfully it is permanently on.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art? Solved

Post by phd21 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 6:52 pm

Hi "CtrlAltDel",
CtrlAltDel wrote:I'll try updating to the nightly, PHD, if you personally guarantee nothing goes wrong and this fixes the issue. I'll need that assurance, though, before proceeding. Thank you for checking out the Network button entry and determining that it's the program, not the user. I'm not going to worry about it now; thankfully it is permanently on.
There is no need to switch from Lollypop regular to Lollypop Master if everything is working for you. Everything but streaming Radio playback was working for me. I could add streaming Radio stations, but when I clicked to play them I got no sound. So, I installed Lollypop Master and then I could play the streaming radio stations and hear them.

I did not create this software, so I cannot guarantee or give absolutions with this. But, with software that provides multiple versions, if you install a different one like Lollypop Master and it does not work better or as well as another version, uninstall (remove) it and simply install "Lollypop" the regular version. You may have to use dconf editor to make sure networking is enabled again, and restart Lollypop. After installing the PPA, and updating, if you go into the "Synaptic Package Manager SPM" and search for Lollypop, you will see the various versions they offer.

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by David1293 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 8:45 am

Hi all
Many thanks for all your replies. I don't think I have done anything unusual, but Lollypop has deleted Bangles Greatest Hits from my collection- yes, I'm that old. It won't come up in a search, either.
Lollypop has also frozen on me a number of times. I'm putting this here just for information, as I realise there probably isn't anything I can do about it. I did try refreshing the music collection, but it didn't add the missing album.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by phd21 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:46 pm

Hi David1293,

Are you saying that you think the Lollypop music application deleted the actual music files from your system or that they just don't show up as part of your music collection in Lollypop?

You can try deleting the user-defined music location folders in Lollypop's preferences, then re-adding them and updating them to see if that corrects the problem. Are the music files on the same drive and drive partition as your Linux Mint system? If not, it could be that after restarting your computer or logging out and logging back in that the drive and or partitions with some music folders are not "mounted" and available when you started Lollypop which you can use your file manager to click that drive and partition(s) to mount them or permanently mount them using "Disks" or another method so that they are always available, then restart Lollypop.

The other option is to delete the hidden Lollypop user-configuration folder while not in the application, and when you restart the application it will recreate that folder. This process may require using the dconf editor to allow network access again, and changing your preferences including adding music folders again.

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by David1293 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:25 pm

Hi
Many thanks, yet again, for taking the trouble to reply. Actually, the music is just from my music folder in my system drive, although of course I have it backed up in an external drive too.
The problem happened in two stages: first, when I clicked on the album art for this album, instead of displaying a list of the tracks, it showed me a random list of tracks by artists, albeit all from my music folder.

I closed Lollypop and restarted the PC, just to try and clear the cache in a vague hope that might be the problem.
Then, when I looked for the Bangles, the album had disappeared altogether.
I will try reinstalling Lolylpop, and the step you recommended.
By the way, I have installed Sayonara, and so far like it. However, it seems to add random tracks to my playlist-unless that is the default for this player? I haven't altered anything.
Thank you, once more. I appreciate it.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by David1293 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:28 pm

Hi
I forgot to put that no, it didn't delete the album from my music folder, just from Lollypop.
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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by David1293 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 3:59 pm

Hi, all
I used the line you suggested, then reinstalled Lollypop. Unfortunately, I still have the same problem- first, when I click on this album, it shows a random list of tracks, then the album disappears altogether. Very frustrating.
I've also found Lollpop to be unstable on my system, freezing quite often.

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Re: Rhythmbox cover art?

Post by CtrlAltDel » Sun Aug 19, 2018 3:43 am

David1293 wrote:
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Hi, all
I used the line you suggested, then reinstalled Lollypop. Unfortunately, I still have the same problem- first, when I click on this album, it shows a random list of tracks, then the album disappears altogether. Very frustrating.
I've also found Lollpop to be unstable on my system, freezing quite often.

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Have you tried selecting a few songs from your hard-drive and importing them into Lollypop? Maybe that is the way to do it for now.
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