I’ve found help here before, so back again with another Fuze/Ubuntu question. I got my wife a 2GB Sansa Fuze recently. We updated it a month or two ago, and I don’t believe there have been firmware updates since.
I haven’t tried to do anything with music or videos. Just audiobooks. The goal here is pretty simple - once I’ve put an entire audiobook on the Fuze, all my wife needs is a folder name for the entire book, then simple names for each CD within the main folder. So in Ubuntu I create a main folder for the entire audiobook, then useSoundJuicer or RubyRipper to create folders for each CD, then use EasyTag to create a very short tag for all titles within each CD. Move individual CD rips to the main folder, move the main folder to the Sansa.
I hope I explained that OK! Anyway, here’s the problem. The Fuze appears to identify the folders erroneously if you use the shortest route - Music>Audiobooks. The Fuze will list several folders that don’t correspond to the folder names that I set from with in Ubuntu, and it doesn’t list all the folders either. I’m not exactly sure about this, but last time I thought I saw a folder from an audiobook that had been removed several formats back!
However, if I go to Music>Folders>then proceed to internal or external storage>etc. the folders are identified as I would expect them to be.
Anyone know what I’m doing wrong?
EDIT: I just now looked at the Fuze. She showed me something else. I ripped a 23 CD audiobook. DT7-3 thru DT7-23 all show up when navigating the long-handed way, thru Folders>storage>etc. DT7-1 and DT7-2 don’t show up at all. Those two do appear when navigating to Music>Audiobooks. Don’t understand this at all. The rips were all moved over within a “main” folder titled DT7. I would expect them to all show up in one place or another, not for two of them to find their own spot away from the other rips…
Message Edited by Telkwa on 10-12-2009 07:08 AM