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  • How to find corrupted files?

    - by rafalcieslak
    Some files on my hard drive are corrupted (no worries, nothing system-related, just a junk of data files, mp3 etc.). I found that out when I tried to burn them all to a DVD, the burning application show a message that it cannot read the files as they are corrupted. [This is probably a drive issue, it had happened me once or twice already]. I don't care about recovering them, but I have to determine which ones are corrupted. I cannot check by manually opening them all, as there are thousands of them. Is there any tricky way to check all the files and list the ones that may cause problems when tried to open?

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  • Windows is not available in GRUB's boot menu, but Windows Recovery is available

    - by rafalcieslak
    I had Windows Vista installed on a laptop. I have installed separately Ubuntu, wanting to have a dual-boot system. Now, Ubuntu works OK, but I am unable to boot into Windows. GRUB menu provides me with two entries: "Windows Vista (loader)" and "Windows Recovery Environment (loader)". However, BOTH boot into recovery environment. Running sudo update-grub does not change anything. I use an up-to-date 10.10.

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  • How to apply a changelog file to packages in a PPA when building from recipe?

    - by rafalcieslak
    When my package gets build by launchpad using a recipe, it ignores the ./debian/changelog file I provide, and it generates a useless one, like following: harmonyseq (0.14~natty1) maverick; urgency=low * Auto build. -- Rafal Cieslak <[email protected]> Tue, 25 Jan 2011 16:56:57 +0000 It would be much better if launchpad stored the list of changes I prepared in the changelog file, rather than just putting there "Auto build". How do I force launchpad to use the list of changes from my changelog file, when building packages from a recipe?

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  • How to migrate from Banshee to Rhythmbox?

    - by rafalcieslak
    As it has been decided, Ubuntu Precise 12.04 will feature Rhythmbox as the default music player. I am aware, that it does not mean that I will not be able to use Banshee, nevertheless I would like to switch to it. I have been a Rhythmbox fan for a long time, but after the switch to Banshee in Natty I decided to give it a try and completely migrated to it. However, I am not very happy with it, it lags for me a lot and has some other issues. I would like to export all Banshee data to Rhythmbox. That includes: Music library Playlists Preferably playcounts and ratings Radio stations Cover pictures What should I do to move all this data to Rhythmbox, get it to work as the default music player, and smoothly switch completely to it?

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