delete amarok default database.

Duncan 1i5t5.duncan at
Mon Sep 17 11:06:22 BST 2012

Myriam Schweingruber posted on Mon, 17 Sep 2012 10:53:35 +0200 as

> On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 4:41 AM, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan at> wrote:
>> Mauro posted on Sun, 16 Sep 2012 19:31:30 +0200 as excerpted:
>>> I want to recreate amarok default database where is stored my music
>>> collection.
>>> Where I can find it to delete and recreate?
>> I jumped off of amarok in the upgrade from kde3 since the devs seemed 
>> break or discontinue all the features I liked while adding more junk I
>> didn't want/need, but google seems to have some useful hits on the 
> Well, that was not the question, so if you do not know instead of
> writing FUD you should maybe abstain answering. Nobody is interested
> in your personal usecase, support is answering the exact question the
> user has, without having to go through tons of your personal user
> experience to find the requested information buried somewhere within.
> FWIW: Amarok 2.6 is pretty much feature par with Amarok 1.x

I DID answer, saying I didn't know personally, but pointing you to the 
place to find the answer, google, even supplying a google query, which I 
even bothered to check to see that it was returning the expected results.

And any "support" on this list is volunteer, provided purely at the whim 
of and under the conditions chosen by by the person choosing to reply.

If you don't like my reply style, you are of course free to find the 
answer on your own or get it from some other source.  But then, if you 
didn't find it easier to post here and wait on an answer than to put two 
neurons together and figure out a two-relevant-word google query and 
check the first page of hits, you wouldn't be posting, now would you?

It's also worth noting that I provided an actually useful answer before 
anyone else answered at all.  In fact, no one else got to it at all.  If 
you'd rather not have had that answer and as you're apparently not 
interested in such answers in the future, I suggest you plonk (for the 
slow of thought, aka filter, aka killfile) me.  Then you won't have to 
see such answers.

Meanwhile, my responses aren't just to the person I'm directly replying 
to, but also to lurkers and other readers who may come upon the reply 
later.  As a result it generally takes a lot to get me to plonk people 
(including you), as even if /they/ find my replies unhelpful, I have 
piles of thanks from others who HAVE found them helpful.  So I'm /not/ 
plonking you at this point, and you likely WILL see replies from me 
should you post in the future.  As such, fair warning, if you do NOT find 
them helpful, you likely WILL want to plonk me, so as not to see them.  
As always, I fully support as an inalienable Internet right anyone's 
choice to plonk for any arbitrary reason or none at all, with or without 
reason given.  Do feel free to make use of that right.  =:^)

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