quelcom and mp3 issues - first question

CJ Tres ctres at grics.net
Sun Dec 4 23:10:44 UTC 2011

On 12/04/2011 03:47 PM, Jared Norris wrote:
>> Actually the main question (sorry I wasn't more clear) is about comparing
>> mp3s and directories containing mp3s. Although I'm not deeply familiar with
>> diff I'm thinking something similar but for audio files.
> If you have a "known good" you want to compare the "known issues" to,
> why not use rsync and set the source as the "known good"? It has the
> --dry-run option so it doesn't have to make the changes but will list
> any files it was going to change. Just trying to think outside the
> square a little as I don't really know a lot of tools to do what
> you're looking for (doesn't mean they don't exist mind you).

The problem is that I'm not sure what is good and what isn't. It seems I 
had a lot more time for downloading music than I do to listen to it.
The mp3s were from a legitimate source - Emusic, and I never excpected 
My mistake.
I've found some files were corrupted, either glitches or apparently 
didn't d/l completely.
Still sync might be a good place to start.
Thanks for the idea.

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