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Re: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Looking for Custom Playlists


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Subject: Re: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Looking for Custom Playlists
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2005 23:29:20 +0100

Mmm: find / -name *tag.cache* returns no positive result, so I
haven't :(

May be if I purge Gnump3d and reinstall, it will work,
wouldn't it?

What would happen if I reinstall, run "gnump3d-index", and 3
days after add another music folder to gnump3d root?, should I
purge and reinstall again?.

Ibon.

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>>> Did you run the indexer before your first GNUmp3d startup?
>>
>> Mmmm, I think I did it after (you are refering to
"gnump3d-index",
>> right?),
>Yes.
>> only for info purposes...you know, "gnump3d-index --stats".
>>
>> Did I do wrong?.
>I think so :-)
>You have to call 'gnump3d-index' without the --stats argument
to execute
>the initial indexing run that creates the tag.cache file from
your
>ID3-tags. This file is used by GNUmp3 for searching and playlist
>generation, so it hasn't to look at all the mp3-files all the
time.
>You should verify if you have the file /logs/tag.cache.
>        C├ędric
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