#ubuntu - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 12:11 and 12:20

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steel_ladyardchoille, yes I am
ardchoillesteel_lady: and you want mp3 files to open in xmms when you double-click them?
Hirvinensteel_lady: I meant under KDE. There. it's e.g. right clicking a file -> open with -> other ... and then entering xmms -e as the command(unless there's a menu entry "Enqueue in XMMS" under multimedia.")
steel_ladyardchoille, no, I want when I have a playlist then I want to add 3 songs, in win I mark them and right click for an option enqueue in player and it adds to the playlist
pihusgot it working :) :) :)
soundraypihus: you found a way to turn on your wireless device? How?
pihus"modprobe acerhk" and "echo 1 > /proc/driver/acerhk/wirelessled" solved the problem
soundraypihus: wow, well done. Too bad that won't work for me
ikonia_pihus very interesting. Well done
pihusfirst I discovered that everything besides radio was ok. just useing lshw command
floridesok thx, kontact can export as cvs my adressbook
ardchoillesteel_lady: What I do is put all my mp3 files in one folder, then open xmms, right-click the playlist, choose Add -> Directory, browse to the dir where I put the mp3 files, and click OK and all the mp3's go straight into xmms's playlist.
soundrayflorides: well done, thanks for the feedback
floridesbut why evolution not do it...?
....do not do...
ardchoillesteel_lady: or you can open xmms and drag and drop the files into the playlist, and they play
soundrayflorides: I've wondered that. You might consider filing a wishlist bug.
!bugs | florides
ubotuflorides: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug report at: http://bugs.ubuntu.com/ - Bugs in/wishes for the bots can be filed at http://launchpad.net/products/ubuntu-bots
floridessoundray: ok i would do that but withmy poor english????
pihusin various places I have noticed that my laptop is identified as some kind of acer laptop, but it actually is not
ardchoilleflorides: In Evolution, you can save the entire addressbook as vcard. Would that help?
steel_ladyHirvinen, but that thing should set the file always open in that player. And for clicking on the file, it will open that file,, not add it on the playlist after others
soundrayflorides: your English was good enough to ask for help here and solve the problem. It's good enough to file a bug report, too! ;)
pihushow can I find out what "acer" laptop linux thinks it is? so I could search more help on suspending and hibernating?
dodi123hi :-)
floridesardchoille: that helped.... but i have now a google adress and they wanted a cvs file to import the adressbook
Hirvinensteel_lady: There's a checkbox for "remember this file association" or something like that.
soundrayardchoille: that's how florides solved it: export to vcf, import to kontact, export to cvs. Bit contorted.
floridessoundray: lol ok then ....
ardchoillesoundray , florides That kinda sucks, yeah.
floridesyeah sucks... but i got my addresses in google
steel_ladyardchoille, I am a music freak! That means that I have hundreds of albums and I am doing parties where I am picking songs from albums and adding to the playlist. I can not put 123235245234 files together in one folder!
AnswerDoes anybody use WEP key index 4 in /etc/network/interfaces ?
ardchoillesteel_lady: Ok, sounds like you might be better with a different player that organises more to your needs.
Supre_Mehello! I would like to move files from my windows laptop to my ubuntu stationary comp. I have already shared the files on my laptop, how do I move them to my stationary comp? Thanks
steel_ladyHirvinen it is not about the file association, that part is doing fine. As I said, I have a lots of albums of various artists and I am composing playlists. In windows it works beautifully but in linux you can't avoid browsing menu if you want songs from various folders in a playlist
floridessteel_lady: why do you not use exaile? or amarok?
Hirvinensteel_lady: If you want a lot of control over your music, I'd suggest a non-dead player project, such as Amarok.
Firekillalgum br aqui??

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