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cmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/share/exaile/exaile.py --datadir=/usr/share/exaile/data --startgui
runlevel: N 3
playlist.py:372:import_from_file:GError: Cannot resolve hostname (listen.radionomy.com)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/exaile/xlgui/menu.py", line 69, in <lambda>
File "/usr/share/exaile/xlgui/__init__.py", line 151, in open_uri
File "/usr/share/exaile/xlgui/__init__.py", line 162, in _open_uri
playlist = playlist.import_playlist(uri)
File "/usr/share/exaile/xl/playlist.py", line 133, in import_playlist
File "/usr/share/exaile/xl/playlist.py", line 372, in import_from_file
with closing(gio.DataInputStream(gio.File(path).read())) as stream:
GError: Cannot resolve hostname (listen.radionomy.com)
Local variables in innermost frame:
playlist: <xl.playlist.Playlist object at 0xa525f6c>
self: <xl.playlist.M3UConverter object at 0x998bbec>
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