Amarok keeps updating collection

28-Feb-2017 06:36

:scratch: amarokapp________0.25%________0.00% :confused: :confused: Thanks for replying killy9999, I thought about it as well, it certanly adds up to the load.But later I have noticed that system only goes into high temperature when MP3 is played ;) So i figurednd this must be a problem with MP3 decoder.The only changes in the other directories were additions of some newly ripped material.As it happened, I had recently made a play list consisting of a couple thousand songs rated 3 stars or better.After reading various blogs, i decided to give it a try in Linux with Amarok. while i try to scan for music files it is not finding any files.what I did is as follows: Quote: Setting -- scan I have tried with mp3 format files. Given below is the log obtained with amarok -debug option Quote: Tag Lib: MPEG:: Header:arse() -- First byte did not match MPEG synch.I believe I searched for missing covers *after* the update finished, but I could be wrong.Prior to this, my songs were stopping because I was playing them from my saved playlist and they were not yet in the Collection.

amarok keeps updating collection-54amarok keeps updating collection-57

These days I login to windows only for listening to music.Hi all, I've got a little problem here with amaro K (KDE music player app) For some reason it takes up to 59% of system resources when playing music (sometimes more). :( So far I've tried to reinstall amaro K (older then newer version) = no effect Switch to a different sound engine (Arts/Xine/Helix) = no effect Reset/Reinstall Alsa sound server = no effect I have run out of ideas here :( Does anyone know what could be the problem? According to KDE system guard: Name----------------User%---------System% amarokapp_________35%_________59% arts______________1.75%_______0.25% I don't understand why is it like that.So, since I run Linux on my HP laptop, it keeps overheating!!! The most bizare thing is that it's NOT allways like that!!!Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.2 amaro K has crashed! ------------------------------------------------------------------ amaro K has crashed! We're terribly sorry about this :( But, all is not lost! amaro K has attached a backtrace that describes the crash, so just click send, or if you have time, write a brief description of how the crash happened first. Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.3 20040412 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.3-r6, ssp-3.3.2-2, pie-8.7.6) KDElibs: 3.3.92 (beta2) Amarok is *definately* crashing when I attempt to fetch the album cover for "Weird Al" Yankovic - "Weird Al" Yankovic (self-titled album).We're terribly sorry about this :( But, all is not lost! amaro K has attached a backtrace that describes the crash, so just click send, or if you have time, write a brief description of how the crash happened first. Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.92 (beta2) amaro K has crashed! Dono why, but there's a very consistent pattern here with three crashes... Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.2 amaro K has crashed!

These days I login to windows only for listening to music.Hi all, I've got a little problem here with amaro K (KDE music player app) For some reason it takes up to 59% of system resources when playing music (sometimes more). :( So far I've tried to reinstall amaro K (older then newer version) = no effect Switch to a different sound engine (Arts/Xine/Helix) = no effect Reset/Reinstall Alsa sound server = no effect I have run out of ideas here :( Does anyone know what could be the problem? According to KDE system guard: Name----------------User%---------System% amarokapp_________35%_________59% arts______________1.75%_______0.25% I don't understand why is it like that.So, since I run Linux on my HP laptop, it keeps overheating!!! The most bizare thing is that it's NOT allways like that!!!Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.2 amaro K has crashed! ------------------------------------------------------------------ amaro K has crashed! We're terribly sorry about this :( But, all is not lost! amaro K has attached a backtrace that describes the crash, so just click send, or if you have time, write a brief description of how the crash happened first. Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.3 20040412 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.3-r6, ssp-3.3.2-2, pie-8.7.6) KDElibs: 3.3.92 (beta2) Amarok is *definately* crashing when I attempt to fetch the album cover for "Weird Al" Yankovic - "Weird Al" Yankovic (self-titled album).We're terribly sorry about this :( But, all is not lost! amaro K has attached a backtrace that describes the crash, so just click send, or if you have time, write a brief description of how the crash happened first. Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.92 (beta2) amaro K has crashed! Dono why, but there's a very consistent pattern here with three crashes... Engine: xine-engine Build date: Feb 13 2005 CC version: 3.3.5 (Gentoo Linux 3.3.5-r1, ssp-3.3.2-3, pie-8.7.7.1) KDElibs: 3.3.2 amaro K has crashed! I installed Amarok using "sudo apt-get..." so that's the root privileges in ~/(Amarok is the first kde application I've used before I've installed Gnome Karmik) So, as Andrew said, I think it's an installation/packaging issue.