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Old 04-12-2006, 04:16 PM   #1
aevangelica
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Juk crashes after removed directory


Hey all,

I had JuK set to scan two directories for my music files. I removed one of them, but it still expects it to be there, and crashes saying that it doesn't exist. Is there a config file somewhere that I can edit to tell it to either a)not scan that folder anymore or b) just reset the bloody thing to no folders so I can reconfigure it? Just a tad annoying. Also, i know i could probably just create the folder again and change the settings when i get in, but the folder is on my NTFS drive and I really just don't feel like booting into windows just to fix this problem....should be able to handle that anyways.


Thanks in advance,

aeva
 
Old 04-14-2006, 03:40 AM   #2
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Maybe you can install JuK again and maybe update it
 
Old 04-14-2006, 04:49 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by aevangelica
Hey all,

I had JuK set to scan two directories for my music files. I removed one of them, but it still expects it to be there, and crashes saying that it doesn't exist. Is there a config file somewhere that I can edit to tell it to either a)not scan that folder anymore or b) just reset the bloody thing to no folders so I can reconfigure it? Just a tad annoying. Also, i know i could probably just create the folder again and change the settings when i get in, but the folder is on my NTFS drive and I really just don't feel like booting into windows just to fix this problem....should be able to handle that anyways.
Have you checked ~/.kde/share/config/jukrc?
 
  


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