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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorGolfer11 View Post
    yes to both.

    How would I go about linking firefox to the internet button on the home menu?
    hmm.. can you paste your nghost.conf? also, you can use "internet=firefox" to use firefox instead of carbon.

    Are you using the new images?
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    I installed using the "LinuxICE 2.0 w/maps" iso from openice, which I downloaded on the 9th of this month. Today, I have run apt-get dist-upgrade and apt-get update to get to 2.0.1.

    My nghost.conf should be attached.

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    guess the file didn't attach. here it is. (note: open it with gedit or something similar to retain formating, otherwise it's illegible)

    attempt #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorGolfer11 View Post
    guess the file didn't attach. here it is. (note: open it with gedit or something similar to retain formating, otherwise it's illegible)

    attempt #2
    looks good. hmmm. are your m4a songs properly tagged? and aren't named .M4A or something? I have a few m4a songs in my library and they seem to be picked up find by nghost. they aren't drm'd are they?
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    that could have something to do with it, but I am able to play the song. I just have to find it via the file manager, and mplayer plays just fine.

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    I just downloaded a file converter and tested a .mp3 file, and I have the same problem. The file type is not the issue. For some reason nghost just isn't seeing my files at all. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorGolfer11 View Post
    I just downloaded a file converter and tested a .mp3 file, and I have the same problem. The file type is not the issue. For some reason nghost just isn't seeing my files at all. Any ideas?
    are you testing with more than one file in your "Music" directory. I think there is a known issue if you only have one song. Also, and I may have mentioned this before, but you need to reboot in order for nscan to pick up the newly added music files.
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    I have two files in the ~/Music folder one .mp3 and one .m4a, and I rebooted after adding each one. I'll try adding more to see if that fixes anything.

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    I just added a whole cd worth of songs to the library in .mp3 format and rebooted. and none of it is showing up in nghost. Is there possibly an issue with my nscan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorGolfer11 View Post
    I just added a whole cd worth of songs to the library in .mp3 format and rebooted. and none of it is showing up in nghost. Is there possibly an issue with my nscan?
    I had the same problem. What I did was create a folder inside of the music folder, then put my music there. Then had nghost point to it. Worked for me...go figure!!! For some reason I couldn't get nscan to work otherwise.
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