Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Gnome-music Played With The Terminal

Playing Gnome-music via the terminal certainly is more stable. It often crashes when I launch it from gnome-shell.

[donato@archdesktop ~]$ gnome-music

(gnome-music:4106): Grilo-WARNING **: [registry] ../grilo/src/grl-registry.c:1092: Plugin '/usr/lib/grilo-0.3/libgrldpap.so' already exists
09:26:30 WARNING Error: <class 'GLib.GError'>, g-io-error-quark: Error opening file /home/donato/.cache/media-art/album-93534acca0d4292042345f4d4faa72f8-b15009cb4acb703afa4b3783b7e1f369.jpeg: No such file or directory (1)
09:26:30 WARNING Error: <class 'GLib.GError'>, gdk-pixbuf-error-quark: Error interpreting JPEG image file (Application transferred too few scanlines) (0)
09:26:31 WARNING Error: <class 'GLib.GError'>, gdk-pixbuf-error-quark: Error interpreting JPEG image file (Application transferred too few scanlines) (0)
09:26:31 WARNING can't find artwork for album '100 Gold Jazz Hits (Compilation)' by Various Artists - 100 Gold Jazz Hits
09:26:31 WARNING can't find artwork for album '69 Love Songs Vol. 1' by The Magnetic Fiel

I like the quality of sound from Gnome-music betten than Rhythmbox.
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