Package Details: google-musicmanager 1.0.467.4929_r0-6

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/google-musicmanager.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: google-musicmanager
Description: A simple application for adding the music files on your computer to your Google Music library
Upstream URL: http://music.google.com
Licenses: custom:musicmanager
Submitter: jumpcannon
Maintainer: FredBezies
Last Packager: FredBezies
Votes: 389
Popularity: 0.38
First Submitted: 2011-07-22 04:41
Last Updated: 2018-10-17 05:16

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FredBezies commented on 2018-09-17 04:29

September 17th, 2018: Some namcap cleanup. And we're blocked by google old deb package about libidn. Until there is an update, you'll have to made a symlink for libidn.

Until then, DO NOT FLAG IT as out of date. Thanks.

kyndair commented on 2016-06-28 18:14

the options menu not appearing is a known bug, the workaround is to quit musicmanager and delete the ~/.config/google-musicmanager folder then rerun musicmanager and select an empty folder for uploading, it might complain that it can't upload anything but that can be ignored. You should know be able to open the options widow and select the correct upload and download folders.

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vendion commented on 2013-05-01 12:07

The dependency probably should be qt4 instead of qt which is a metapackage for qt5.

Driadan commented on 2013-05-01 11:28

had to drop the 'qt' dependency as it was complaining of not having it despite I did have it.
After that, it builded ok.

Not sure if the dependency is incorrectly named or it's a bug of either yaourt or pacman

dapilori commented on 2013-04-29 20:07

@tiberiousr

Thank you very much, I solved by reverting to the old naming scheme of network interfaces with:
ln -s /dev/null /etc/udev/rules.d/80-net-name-slot.rules

tiberiousr commented on 2013-04-29 19:47

@dapilori : This is a known issue due to Arch not using the old ethN/wlanN network device naming scheme.

See this thread for a work-around, I believe it's around 1/2 way down the page: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=130688

tiberiousr commented on 2013-04-29 19:44

@dapilori : This is a known issue due to Arch not using the old ethN/wlanN network device naming scheme.

See this thread for a work-around, I believe it's around 1/2 way down the page: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=130688

dapilori commented on 2013-04-29 19:29

I get this error:
Login failed. Could not identify your computer

Any ideas?

gridcol commented on 2013-04-18 18:33

Thanks for the link pajmullaney.

I posted the issue on the arch linux forums:
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=161731

gridcol commented on 2013-04-18 18:14

Thanks for the link pajmullaney.

I posted the issue on the arch linux forums:
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=161731

jumpcannon commented on 2013-04-18 14:50

Thanks gridcol, unfortunately that sounds like an upstream bug. The following thread may be of interest to you:

http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/apps/pP7G8IosLVc/ixxQ5Qd6GKkJ

You should also feel free to make a post on the archlinux forum to see if anyone there has encountered the problem and figured out a way to solve it.

gridcol commented on 2013-04-18 09:24

Thanks for your reply pajmullaney.

As I said, google-musicmanager worked fine a few weeks. I had the system tray and could work with it, all fine so far.
What I was doing is this:
I added folders to google-musicmanager incrementally:
../music/bandA
../music/bandB
../music/bandC

Then I wanted google-musicmanager to recognize new music in my ../music/ folder. I removed all the folders and just added ../music/. Silly google-musicmanager wanted to upload all my files again, so I closed google-musicmanager, removed my whole library on Google Music, waited one day to do it properly, started google-musicmanager again and gave it a run.
After having google-musicmanager started a few seconds, it terminates with the following message:
"Successfully sent the minidump file."

google-musicmanager.log says (replaced user with $user):
2013-04-17 15:17:51,391 +0200 INFO TId 0x7f006bfff700 Calling ParseMp3 </home/$user/music/The Baseballs/Strings 'n' Stripes/17 Torn (live).mp3> [FileScanner.cpp:60 FileScanner::addFileTypeInformation()]
2013-04-17 15:17:51,429 +0200 INFO TId 0x7f00697fa700 Child Exited 0 [exception_handler_linux.cpp:78 ::LinuxCrashCallback()]

There's nothing wrong with the files. I had all of them already up on Google Music and didn't touch them since then. Does this information help in any way?