Firstly make sure you have libnjb5. Report Respond to harald. I’m running Ubuntu 8. OS Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit. Any clue about how to use this mp4 player from my favourite operating system?? Worked for me too!
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I have installed Gnomad2 and Amarok. You can do a couple of things to solve the problem. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
I’ve also tried running gnomad 2 but nothing happens. Go into Control panel, then click System make sure you’re on classic view Then click the hardware tab, then finally onto Device Manager.
The Code 10 error code is generated when Device Manager has insufficient information or the error that is bubbled up by the device drivers is not recognized by Device Manager.
The device in particular is a Creative Zen Mozaic.
The creative ZEN should appear on this list if pugged in. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Any clue about how to use this mp4 player from my favourite operating system?? This is so frustrating I’m actually considering buying a msc mp3 player. WHat I would like to understand is which mp3 player actually works with no hassle with Linux and Amarok or Rythmbox Write us a review!
Trouble with libmtp connecting to Creative Zen Vision: Standar personal cpmputer or 64 bit. So I tried to carry out the following: I had to use two separate parts of the application depending on whether I wanted to edit the playlist itself or add tracks to it.
Bug # “Creative Zen Mozaic requires root privileges.” : Bugs : libmtp package : Ubuntu
If you accidentally release the button, start the procedure again. Looking for help, I found your answer and it did help. Mco – Jun 12, at I wish that being a member of the audio group was a little more apparent to the user.
Report Respond to lifekcus. Creative Zen Mozaic running on Intrepid requires root privileges to connect. But neither will connect to the player. OK sussed how to open terminal and typed in sudo command.
Creative Zen ((MTP USB Device failed to recognize))
Gently push the end of a thin object like a pin or straightened paperclip into the Reset hole. Cristian Klein cristiklein creatuve on Now when I plug it in, it responds with a ‘beep’ sound indicating that I’ve connected it and then nothing happens.
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