Guayadeque Music Player 0.3.5 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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3 Responses

  1. DogPooMasqueradingAsSoftware says:

    “It also has support for ipod and portable device” well it’s just spent all night ‘copying’ files to my ipod and NOT supporting it, so now my ipod has disk space taken up but no longer has ANY music showing up on it.

    The documentation is piss-weak and badly lacking, even though the author has (had) time to reply on forums with info that would have been better (and taken the same amount of time) to put in the FAQ / manual / documentation! Which I READ before going ahead…

    But one has to guess when there’s gaps and I’m using a live system so stuck with Guayadeque for the moment. The missing documentation is HARMFUL, and the dev should get a clue and not claim “ipod support” to look cool. Or learn the English qualifier “LIMITED” and insert it before the words “ipod support” to make it “limited (buggy) ipod support” (or remove the word ‘buggy’ if it is a matter of models supported not bugs). I really lost respect for this dev and software, which looked promising…

  2. rob says:

    Thanks for the article man

  3. Nishant Varma says:

    Nice thanks for posting this .

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