Desktop player gives you the option of using media keys, desktop notification etc. Anyway, hopefully this might help someone, as it is unfortunately the only way I have found to upload my music to google play. When this happens, uninstall the package via Synaptic Package Manager. It's the same web page I was at before. Once I had filled out all boxes and forms, music manager behaves normally, at least in terms of responding to mouse clicks.
I ran into this problem a couple different times on different machines running Fedora over the span of about the last 6 months. But if you are not fond of Nuvola and you are only focused on Google Play Music, I have another great open source software for you. In this article I will show you how to install Google Music Manager Beta 1. I checked trust this software and ran it, upon doing so, the icon changed from a text file Icon to the google play Icon. I love google, but this music manager so far is not so good on linux. Before you have an account with Google Music and may upload songs, you have to install Google Music manager.
I'll keep pressing them to identify my computer by the new naming scheme or through other means. I ran it from command line and I see I am getting the errors below. Its just a name so you can identify your server from your Google-login. Now I have ripped some of my old cds and want to upload that content to Google. You only need to use the proxy to request the invite; all other steps, such as using the service, work wherever you are.
You'll find this at the bottom right of your screen Windows or the menu bar in the upper right corner Mac. The latest version available is Google Music Manager Beta 1. I intend on asking this same question in a Google forum but I wanted to ask here since I usually get better answers from the Ubuntu community. It is too bad because I actually rather liked the built in persistent naming scheme. Use Music Manager to upload your favorite songs from your computer to your Google Play library.
Next it gives you the option to have the the folder sychronized with the online service. As this blog post notes it silently fails to open a window. Don't just choose the default option. I had to Google it both times to find a solution which wasn't easy to find , so here's the solution that ended up working for me each time. I eventually found this solution both times from.
Until I realized that you have to give Google solid user input on all prompts. There seems to be a problem with the Google Play Music Manager on Linux, where once you set up the Music Manager for the first time, it's impossible to get its main window to appear after that. I was hoping that I'd found a viable alternative to iTunes for online music seeing as Amazon seems to have me region-locked - hmmm. You'll find this at the bottom right of your screen Windows or the menu bar in the upper right corner Mac. When I downloaded the music manager the first time, I wanted to actually download all the music I purchased from Google onto my Ubuntu 12. Now if I could only get it to keep downloading my music without quitting halfway through.
Of course, it doesnt work. My goal is to use Google Music Manager on a Linux server. Uninstalling and reinstalling the app is unnecessary, simply deleting the config folder does the same job. When I chose Google Music Manager from my applications, it pops up in my tray as running but nothing actually happens. See the problem is that I can only start music manager. Also, if you can't get the Music Manager to start at all in the first place, try running it from a terminal window with the google-musicmanager command and see what it says.
I try right clicking on the new icon in my doc, and try 'go to music player', it takes me to a web page. I try to 'open music player' again, again it goes to the web page. It provides a sleek interface that is similar to the original Google Play Music interface. Why is the naming scheme changed? However, Google support reached out to me after a 3-week gap, so they're working on it. I click options, nothing happens so I cannot select a file or do anything with it. Please stick to easy to-the-point questions that you feel people can answer fast.
The password is correct and I can log in through the web interface. Can you please tell me how you did it or point me to a guide that explains the renaming process? After this program is installed, its network configuration wizard will ask you what songs you would like to upload, and where to find the folder with your songs. Once you do this, reinstall Google Music Manager and it will load a new profile. If you are looking for a nice looking music player for local music, I recommend. As you may know, Google Music Manager is an app usable only for desktops and laptops, with no mobile device support, allowing the users to upload music to Google Play, one by one or automatically, via a sync, view the upload progress and download the uploated music on different devices. At any time after the program is installed, you may modify the configuration of features such as the upload speed or the sychronization of the folders.
Hi, not sure if this will fix your issue, but I had an existing install of Google Music Manager that suddenly stopped working. You can change the theme with colors of your own choice. Google Play Music can be accessed via the web browser on any device but using a desktop application is a superior experience, in my opinion. Features like Instant Mix is also present in this unofficial desktop player. However if you think your question is a bit stupid, then this is the right place for you to post it.