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Gnome Multimedia Keys

   0.5.2  

Amarok Script

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Gnome Multimedia Keys
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Gnome Multimedia Keys
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  13473
Submitted:  Jun 22 2007
Updated:  Apr 25 2009

Description:

This script will allow the use of keyboard multimedia keys in Gnome 2.18 and above (eg. ubuntu feisty/gusty/hardy) to control playback. This includes most multimedia buttons found on many laptops. Support for this was broken due to changes in the handling of keyboard shortcuts by gnome 2.18 and later.

Amarok 2 Version is here: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=103448

Currently supported operations are:
Play/Pause
Pause
Stop
Next Track
Previous Track

Simply run the script, no configuration of the script itself is required. The desired keyboard shortcuts can be configured by selecting "System-->Prefrences-->Keyboard Shortcuts" from the Gnome pannel.

Requires:
python >2.4
python-dbus
libdbus-glib




Changelog:

0.2: Added checks to make sure we only run on an affected system.
0.3: Locale fix.
0.4: Add configuration dialogue, add checks to avoid multiple instances.
0.5: add gnome 2.21/22 support
0.5.2: locale fix




LicenseGPL
(Gnome Multimedia Keys 0.5.2)
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 Stupid question but need help!

 
 by edubunyu on: Oct 10 2009
 
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Hi guys,

I'm new to ubuntu and the idea that you need to run a script to install something. Therefore I need your help to run this script on my computer to get my multimedia keys to run in Amarok 2.0.2 on Ubuntu 9.04.

I downloaded the newest script and extracted it on my desktop. To make it a bit easier I renamed the folder to gmk.

Now how can I run it?

I tried:
cd /ed/desktop/gmk/ - but it gives me no such directory

Please help me out :)

Thanks


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 Re: Stupid question but need help!

 
 by browner on: Oct 10 2009
 
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Hi, The script is not designed to be run by the user but rather run by Amarok directly and can be installed as follows:

1) Download the file (do not extract it).
2) Open Amarok
3) Click on "Tools" then "Script Manager" from Amarok's menu bar.
4) Click "Install Script" and locate the file you downloaded.
5) Select the script from the list and select "run"
The script should then automatically be started each time Amarok is opened.

Hope that helps you out, Cheers :)


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 Re: Re: Stupid question but need help!

 
 by edubunyu on: Oct 11 2009
 
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Perfect - works great :)

Just a note - the Amarok need to be restarted after the script installation.


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 Re: Re: Stupid question but need help!

 
 by ahmedhamdy on: Nov 14 2009
 
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I do the same But when I select install script and locate to the file a message appears to me with
"Script installation failed.
The package did not contain an executable file. Please inform the package maintainer about this error."
and I talking about My PC with Key board with multimedia keys (the same)
Can any one help me !!?


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 Re: Re: Re: Stupid question but need help!

 
 by browner on: Nov 17 2009
 
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I've never heard of this problem before. Please download the file again as it may be corrupt.


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 Don't work

 
 by NSLW on: Nov 20 2009
 
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this doesn't work on GNOME 2.28 , Fedora 12, Amarok 2.2.0


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 Re: Don't work

 
 by browner on: Nov 20 2009
 
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This script is for the Amarok 1.4.x series. For Amarok 2 use this one: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=103448


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 Re: Re: Don't work

 
 by NSLW on: Nov 20 2009
 
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Funny, because this script worked with Amarok 2 on Fedora 11, but thanks for making me aware of that, I'll download correct version.


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 Not working with 2.2

 
 by sunnyrescue on: Feb 16 2010
 
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2.2 complains it can not read package.


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