[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 864838] Re: Banshee share access error message

Launchpad Bug Tracker 864838 at bugs.launchpad.net
Tue Nov 8 06:00:11 UTC 2011

This bug was fixed in the package banshee - 2.3.1-1ubuntu1

banshee (2.3.1-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian Experimental, remaining changes:
    + Enable SoundMenu and Disable NotificationArea by default
    + Disable boo and karma extensions
    + Enable and recommnd u1ms and soundmenu extensions
    + Move desktop file for Meego UI to /usr/share/une/applications
    + Change the url for the Amazon store redirector
    + [08dea2c] Revert "Fix invalid cast causing ftbfs with libgpod"

banshee (2.3.1-1) experimental; urgency=low

  * [1b4437e] Bump libgpod-cil-dev build-dep version
  * [fb16a3c] Imported Upstream version 2.3.1:
    + Enhancements:
      - Several improvements to Muinshee, our alternative UI:
        + Add a Clear button to the toolba
        + Make double+click on an album do the same as the Play button
        + Don't close the dialog when pressing Enqueue
        + Make the Esc key close the dialog if there is no search text
        + Use better icons for the Play and Enqueue buttons
      - Add separate options for writing ratings and play counts to files
      - Update values for the Smiley Face equalizer preset
      - Set the PulseAudio media.role property
    + Notable bug fixes:
      - UbuntuOneMusicStore: Ensure u1ms URIs passed at startup get loaded
      - Daap: Fix crash while resolving the address of a DAAP service
      - DatabaseImportManager: Support importing .mka files
      - Notify playlists on rating change through d-bus or command line
      - bgo#661467: AmazonMp3: Handle plain text AMZ files now sent by Amazon
        (LP: #882347)
      - bgo#662906: AudiobookLibrarySource: Fix crash when adding tracks
      - bgo#659841: GnomeBackend: Be more robust against GConf failures
        (LP: #854845)
      - bgo#656533: Notification: Fix application name used in internal notify#
        (LP: #825769)
      - bgo#649277: NotificationArea: Only use supported tags in the
        notification message (Closes: #588999)
      - bgo#647898: Try to fetch coverart without an internet connection
      - bgo#658803: Prune CoverArtDownloads table when removing tracks
    + Other LP bugs fixed:
      - Crash on rescanning library (LP: #744257)
      - UbuntuOne Music Store hang when Internet connection not present
        (LP: #875632)
      - Update error message for Banshee DAAP non-connectivity (LP: #864838)
      - bgo#661467: AmazonMp3: Handle plain text AMZ files now sent by Amazon
        (LP: #882347)
  * [e180004] Bump mono-addins build-dep (0.3.1 → 0.6.2)
  * [6dc2a9b] Fix unused-but-set wanted_size variable
 -- Chow Loong Jin <hyperair at ubuntu.com>   Tue, 08 Nov 2011 13:15:58 +0800

** Changed in: banshee (Ubuntu Precise)
       Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released

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  Banshee share access error message

Status in Banshee Music Player:
  Fix Released
Status in One Hundred Paper Cuts:
  Fix Committed
Status in “banshee” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “banshee” source package in Oneiric:
Status in “banshee” source package in Precise:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  In Banshee, when a user tries to access an iTunes share from a version of itunes newer than 7, it displays an error message because it cannot decrypt the share. This is good.
  However, the error message says that Banshee cannot access the share because it's from iTunes 7, and this is now technically incorrect, as the issue holds true over several newer versions of iTunes.
  Rather than say "iTunes 7", then, Banshee should say "iTunes 7 or newer".

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