Re: Audacious won't open files specified in command line
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- Subject: Re: Audacious won't open files specified in command line
- From: Gabriel Parrondo <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 00:17:38 -0300
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El jue, 17-07-2008 a las 00:00 -0300, Gabriel Parrondo escribió:
> I'm trying to play audio files with audacious. From audacious(1):
> > audacious [-h] [--help] [-r] [--rew] [-p] [--play] [-u] [--pause] [-s]
> > [--stop] [-f] [--fwd] [-e] [--enqueue] [-m] [--show-main-window] [-v]
> > [--version] [--headless] [filename]...
> So, running 'audacious file.mp3' should start audacious and play the
> file. Instead, it starts audacious and does nothing.
> Actually, if there was a playlist loaded last time I used it, it will
> start playing it but not the file I told it to.
> I can DnD the files into the audacious windows and they work, but
> passing any audio file as parameter is the same as nothing.
I just discovered, if audacious is already open when I click the files
or call it from the command line, it works as expected (i.e. clears the
current playlist and loads the file[s]).
> Gave this error which might be related,
^-- Here I missed a "Running from a terminal"
> > (audacious:14669): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_hash_table_foreach: assertion
> > `hash_table != NULL' failed
> Google didn't help. Removing .config/audacious didn't help either.
> Any ideas on what could be wrong?
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