It doesn't seem to have come up before so this is presumably blindingly obvious to everyone except me, but in case there's someone else out there unlucky enough not to know more than I do, here's how to add a directory on a NAS / Samba / SMB / Network share, as foobar2000's media library:Open up Wine configurationSwitch to the Drives tabPress Add...Choose a letter you like the look of, & press OKEnter the path:Code: [Select]/home/<yourusername>/.gvfs& press OKNow in foobar2000 media library config you can browse to your networks shares at that drive letter under My Computer.Almost certainly this is neither the only nor the best way.
If I use a linux based music app to browse to the proper network folder I show the following path: run/user/1000/gvsf/smb-share:server=owner-pc,share=music/Mp3...What should I put as the path in my Wine configuration for the new drive I want to use for Foobar?
Any suggestions to get my album covers to show in NG Playlist?The relevant value in the Artwork configuration tab is just: front.*, and all covers are inside the music folders, usually named front.jpg. They display fine in the Artwork view panel.
covers are finally displayed in the playlist, except for the PNG ones.Wine version: 1.6.2.
WINE used to (may still) be unable to display CMYK JPEGs. You could try checking the colour space of the PNGs
This way, covers are finally displayed in the playlist, except for the PNG ones.
My foobar crashes under wine every time I try to play back an mp3 or ogg. mpc and flac work fine. editing the tags of the mp3 files works fine as well. Just crashes as soon as I start playback.It happens in Safe mode as well.I'm using Wine 1.4.1 and foobar2000 1.3.2.Does anybody else experience this? Do you know a solution?
INFO: Stopping UPnP...
Right-click on a file which you want to open with foobar, and select "open with;other application". Then browse to your foobar.exe and add wine in front of the path, and %1 after it, something like "wine path/to/winefolder/foobar/foobar.exe %1"
for icons I guess you can do it the same way for each file type, but why bother, really...