There is no strawberry.conf on windows, all the settings are in the registry.
All you need to do is to delete HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Strawberry\Strawberry\SerializedSmartPlaylists from the registry, and they will be re-created.
I tried the CUE sheet idea with my collection. Didn't work. Seems like strawberry simply won't add DSF files to the library, even if it can read the metadata (which, at least on my system, it does perfectly if I try playing a tagged DSF file from my file manager).
Maybe there's some trick that I have yet to discover, though. If you have any luck with your own testing, do please post back here!
@jonas The post was about albums being split into multiple instances. I posted here because the same issue was happening to me and I determined that it was related to the grouping tag field not the sort group by function (except that the group by feature made the issue visible). Changing the grouping tag values stopped the problem so I thought there was value in posting.
Splitting an album by the grouping tag field seems more like a hack to me, not anything intentional. It's fine if there's a feature to enable if someone wants it, but the existing behavior didn't seem to be an intentional feature. I don't see why an album should be broken up at all except possibly compilations into their individual artists.
@herculepirate Part of that will depend on where you have your actual music files stored. In Mint the database files are located in ~/.local/share/strawberry/strawberry and the configuration in ~/.config/strawberry. As long as the music files themselves are stored in the same location on the Suse computer (typically in $HOME/Music), you should be able to just drop those directories in your new home directory.
How big is your library? That seems like an insanely long time to read generate the database. I have around 4k albums and it takes less than an hour to do a full rescan.