How i can edit the tags in About Me(System->Preference->About Me)? I need to change some tags it uses and want to change that. I don't know which package(s) are used in that. know the name of the package so that i can modify and install the source code?
I have a lot of avis with annoying metadata that show in vlc. Since I cannot figure out how to configure vlc in a way that it won't show the tags, ffmpeg should strip the tags. This is supposed to do the trick:
I need to start archiving my audio media again. However I use flac, and the monotony of having to use grip, and then go to easy tag is getting old. Is there a one stop program that will convert my audio cd's to flac and perform the id3 tag, with at most an approval on the tag from cddb or wherever it gets the info from? Grip states that it's id3 tagging only works with mp3's. I don't desire to use wine for this. Appreciate the help.
Btw: AMAZON.....if you'd sell flac instead of 128kbps and 256kbps I wouldn't have to do this....
update: Asunder appears to be working. Anyone here used Asunder and if so, any gripes? It appears to use capital letters and spaces though which I really don't like.
I need to start archiving my audio media again. However I use flac, and the monotony of having to use grip, and then go to easy tag is getting old. Is there a one stop program that will convert my audio cd's to flac and perform the id3 tag, with at most an approval on the tag from cddb or wherever it gets the info from? Grip states that it's id3 tagging only works with mp3's. I don't desire to use wine for this. Appreciate the help. Btw: AMAZON.....if you'd sell flac instead of 128kbps and 256kbps I wouldn't have to do this.... update: Asunder appears to be working. Anyone here used Asunder and if so, any gripes? It appears to use capital letters and spaces though which I really don't like.
I don't know if this is the right place to post this. When I transfer my .ogg music files to my cowon s9, it doesn't recognise the tags so all I see is "unknown" for album, song and artist. I have tried retagging using easytag but it still shows up as unknown but when I converted an album to mp3, the tags automatically showed up. I know it would be easier just to convert all my songs to mp3 but the reason I chose the cowon was its ability to play .ogg files, my preferred choice of music file. The odd thing is I had a D2 until I lost it and that showed the tags ok.
When I use Rythmbox it always ask for a wma codec when i dont have any wma files and i also have a problem with id3 demuxer. I tried to edit a few music files and the tags didnt get updated, im not sure what the problem is.
I am trying to edit my http configuration (menu System -> Administration -> Server Settings -> HTTP) and it seems to be impossible. My Server Name comes up empty and I want to change the default Webmaster email address root@localhost to something else, but I can't change anything. I enter mu new server name and e-mail address, but when I click on the OK button I get a popup box which asks me if I want to save and exit. I click on the Yes button, and the box disappears. HTTP Server configuration does not exit and my changes are not saved.
I recently installed Fedora 12 on my system. I also have a Windows 7 running, which existed before the Fedora 12 installation.
When I start my computer, I get a screen that says 'Fedora is starting in 3 seconds' and I can either press a key to stop the boot or let it boot Fedora. If I stop the boot, I am taken to a 'choice screen' where I can choose between 'Fedora' and 'Other' with 'Other' being my Windows 7 OS.
Now, here's what I want to do. I want it to be so that, when I start my computer, I am directly taken to that 'choice screen' without the time limit or anything. And then I can choose which OS to boot. Also, is it possible to rename 'Other' to 'Windows 7' ?
How I can edit Grub in order to bring on these changes?
I really need some help here, this is driving me mad. I edited my fstab file to boot a partition on start up, only instead of typing sda7 I typed sda1 by mistake and now can't boot. The problem that is driving me mad is I cannot save changes to fstab from a live cd because I do not have root permissions. I am relatively new to Linux and have no idea how to use the fedora install disk or the commands to use or if it will let me save changes to the file. I cannot believe something so easy to fix does not appear to be possible because i can't save changes to the fstab on my fedora install.
I just upgraded to fedora 12 via clean install with old /home partition and deleting old config files, and here is my issue. I need to edit the menu, and I need to set SELinux to permissive. OOo will not run with SELinux enabled for some reason, and besides, all my systems use SELinux in permissive. These two options no longer exist in the menu
I'm using F12 Gnome and when I right click on the menu it doesn't have edit menu. where is it now?I'm trying to at the flashplugin from Firefox to use in Google Chrome. Here's the link:I know it's Ubuntu, but since its using Gnome it should be similar. Why would Gnome change something that's useful?
I tried using Nautilus - nada (under root no less). Tried using file browser (nada again) Tried going to "places" and the directory I wanted - right click, permissions won't let me change squat. The folders I want to change are shared folders on my network at home and sometimes I transfer files between computers to different places. Can't do it tho, cuz of the permissions. Is CHMOD the answer? If so, how do I do it? For instance, In terminal, I issued the command (as root) chmod 777 movies I thought this would allow any device in the house to write to this directory, but the permissions didn't change at all. So what do I have to do?
On my Ubuntu machine I simply run Nautilus as root and it allows me to do this. So what's different in Fedora?
I dual booted Fedora 12 and Windows 7 and I have to hit the space bar in order to bring up the boot menu asking which OS to use. Then I see "Other" which is Windows 7, so how do I edit this to make it say Windows 7? This is what I see...
How to edit a ISO 9660 file? I have one which I created using livecd-creator. Now I want to edit some of the files in it and save the changes. I have searched the guides and solutions for something and perhaps I overlooked it but I did not find anything.
It's been weeks since I've logged into Windows but to test a eth0 card issue I now want to see if it works in Win7 and lo and behold, I can't for the life of me remember my Windoze password.I see lots of references to using specially created iso files to gain access to edit the registry, but I am wondering if anyone knows the commands I would need (from the command prompt of my F13 install dvd, rescue mode) to access the registry and what section I would need to change.I am guessing that I can do this from the command line without needing to download a special iso that (for all I know) could have any number of malware on it.I know this is not exactly the place to ask for a Windows registry edit walkthrough, but I figure some of you out there might have done this yourselves.
I recorded someone using a VCR (tape) camcorder-it was all I had available. I've now recorded/transfered the tape to DVD format, so it's now digital instead of analog. I want to edit the file and separate it into smaller files. What's a good program to use?