I have posted this problem more than 8 weeks ago, but since I haven't
received any answer whatsoever, I'll ask about again, maybe my mail
didn't get through.
I'm using GTKpod 2.0.1 on Debian unstable. A couple weeks ago it was
upgraded to then 2.0.0 fom 0.99*****. At first the program worked,
except that it always tried to sync all my podcast folders with my
iPod, where there wasn't enough space. So it put as many files on the
iPod as possible, but they did not show up as entries in the database
(I will elaborate on this separate issue in another mail), although
they were "physically" stored on the device. So during the last weeks
it had to access my iPod via a MP3 tagging tool in order to see, which
files I could safely delete by hand, as I didn't need them anymore.
When I started GTKpod after the cleanup (still unter version 2.0.0) the
application didn't start anymore, an upgrade to 2.0.1 that came a few
weeks later didn't change anything either. For a short while I can see
the Anjuta splash screen, but then it disappears and no GTKpod
gui in sight. Restarting the program fails, as I'm told that GTKpod was
running already and in fact, in htop and ps aux I can see the process.
Except that I cannot use it, so I revert to killing it right away.
Maybe someone can help me find the reason for this behavior. I'm not a
Linux expert and have no experience in debugging applications, so I
don't know what to do next. Again, the new version 2.0.0 worked in the
beginning, except that automatic synchronisation couldn't be turned
Thanks for your help,
Schwalbacher Straße 7
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