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    Failed to read tag: not enough data

    I get this error with some mp3 files located on my usb disk connected to wl500w, when i try to play them with totem or rhythmbox on my ubuntu maschine. If i copy the file from the usb disk to the maschine it plays, and in windows it plays normaly from the usb disk,... i dont know if this is something to do with the router or no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neett View Post
    I get this error with some mp3 files located on my usb disk connected to wl500w, when i try to play them with totem or rhythmbox on my ubuntu maschine. If i copy the file from the usb disk to the maschine it plays, and in windows it plays normaly from the usb disk,... i dont know if this is something to do with the router or no?
    is this via a network share or via a mediaserver?
    if it would be a media server, you can imagine that the server doesn't send over the IDtag data from the mp3 files (like title, artist, year, album and even a CD cover picture) in some cases

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    this is via network share

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    Quote Originally Posted by neett View Post
    this is via network share
    what linux distro do you use then?
    and what is the version of the samba client on that distro?

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    on my pc i have ubuntu 8.04 with samba 3.2.3
    on my laptop i now installed opensuse 11.1 with samba 3.2.7 and it works fine
    il try upgrating samba on my pc, and then wee will see

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    its probably not samba, i was using totem-gstreamer now i installed totem-xine and it plays it all, what is interesting is that on the laptop i also use totem-gstreamer the only difference is that it uses a newer wersion of gstreamer(0.10.22)

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