Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 472350
How to re-create pre-installed radio stations
Last modified: 2008-11-20 20:42:17 EST
Description of problem:
At the first time invoking rhythmbox, there are some pre-installed radio stations in Radio Library.(NKR ,WKNC,CBC,Virgin ), and file ~/.gnome2/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml is created after quitting rhythmbox completely .
Due to some unknown reason, rhythmbox crashed and can not be launched again. then I deleted the whole dir: ~/.gnome2/rhythmbox/. After restarting rhythmbox I found all the pre-installed radio stations has gone. In my opinions, rhythmbox should return to default settings if user config is cleaned. so I report this issue here, If not a bug and there are steps to re-create the pre-set radio stations, pls tell me, thanks :)
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch rb and verify there are pre-installed radio stations in Radio Library.
2. Quit rb .
3. Delete ~/,gnome2/rhythmbox
4. Launch rb again.
there is no radio station present
Need a way to back to default settings.
Set /apps/rhythmbox/first_time_flag to FALSE in GConf. File a bug upstream (in the GNOME bugzilla) if you feel that's a big problem.
yes, radio stations is recreated , thank you very much