Rhythmbox Shuts down randomly

NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Fri Apr 10 01:39:43 UTC 2009

On 04/09/2009 06:11 PM, Bob Cortez wrote:
>> OK as Rashkae pointed out, you've run out of disk space. So, it's time
>> to trim some fat. Use Applications|Accessories|Disk Usage Anaalyzer|Scan
>> Home  & Scan Filesystem - to determine which applications/files are
>> taking up the most disk space. Have a look at what is taking up the most
>> space and consider trimming.
>> My guess would be that you may have a large music collection; if I'm
>> correct, rather than running them all from sda2, perhaps you can instead
>> run them from sdc1 etc. As long as you have the other drive(s) mounted
>> you should be able to use the other drive(s) to play your music:
>> Music|Import Folder| - browse to the location where the music resides on
>> the other drive/partition.
> Temporary fix was to turn off all plug-ins except minimize to tray and
> portable player support.
> I think it was the album art feature that is clogging the system,
> because all this box is used for is media and it's all stored on
> different drives than the actual rhythmbox program.
> Thanks for the help guys.  Really appreciate it.
> Bob

But you are still out of disk space, so I'd still recommend going
through and trimming things down. You may find yourself in a position
whereby the system can't do upgrades, etc., if you dont. In any event
you're aware of the situation now so at least you can take action later
if needed.

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