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I’ve set up Firefly 0.2.4 on Ubuntu Feisty 7.04 and it seems to be going well. iTunes sees my entire collection and a smart playlist I’ve configured.
I’d like to achieve the same on Linux. Rhythmbox was my first choice – it found the library correctly but 0.10.0 failed to see the smart playlist due to this bug: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=390643. I’ve now set up Banshee and this also fails to the shared smart playlist – just the main Library appears.
Have I configured something incorrectly, or do no Gnome-based Linux media players work with DAAP-shared smart playlists yet? Is it worth building development versions of either of these players?
I don’t know any, sadly.
The Rhytmbox bug seems strange, if the resolution noted by the poster is right — that it couldn’t find the name. that’s the minm, and that gets set in all playlists.
Not sure what the deal with that is.