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Old 30th April 2012, 06:34 AM
paulywauly Offline
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I started using Fedora way back on number seven

I have recently installed Fed 16 and its pretty cool alittle slower but im sure thats because the software is geared toward newer more powerful systems

anyway i have allways liked how amarok looked but I could never ever get it to work for very long it would work well for about a day then it would be broken ?? wouldnt play songs or one issue or another

anyway back to the same thing either wont play music or only plays one song in the playlist then refuses to play anymore

anyway if someone points me to where the log file for amarok is ill post it and see if anyone can figure out what gives cause i really like how it looks

---------- Post added at 11:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:22 PM ----------

okay quick update when running debugg i get this qd busconnection session dbus connection createdbeforre
q coreapplication application may misbehave ????

anyone know how to solve this issue
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