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    MediaMonkey and wine

    ok i have checked the wineHQ database and i did not find MediaMonkey in it but my question is would anyone know of a media player that will and if so can i sync and manage my mp3 player with it?Mine is a sansa view and it works with libmtp but only when it wants to.

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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    This matter regarding MediaMonkey has been discussed before on this forum, so maybe this thread will be of interest to you?

    Maybe Songbird is what you're looking for?
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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    the problem isn't the software i think its libmtp it sync's but only sometimes I'm just trying to find a better way to sync and manage it but thanks

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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    I have gotten Mediamonkey to work under Wine using this guide:

    http://www.mediamonkey.com/wiki/inde..._&_MediaMonkey

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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    Quote Originally Posted by novellahub View Post
    I have gotten Mediamonkey to work under Wine using this guide:

    http://www.mediamonkey.com/wiki/inde..._&_MediaMonkey
    did it sync with your mp3 player?

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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    I have not tried syncing to my MP3 Player. I just use it to organize, add album art, and tag my music. After I do this, I just drag the music I want to my MP3 player using Nautilus (My MP3 player is a Insignia Pilot 4GB model)

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    Re: MediaMonkey and wine

    Woohoo, I got my favorite music program to work in ubuntu. Long reign Media Monkey. It does act a little weird but I can deal with that. It's worth a few quirks to enjoy MM. Wine rules!

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