I have'nt tried this in mac as I don't have a mac machine. But gtkpod is still showing 'segmentation fault' in my Desktop (Debian-Etch, amd 64). I don't know why it is like that. Anyway it works in my laptop (Debian-Lenny, Intel). When I brought my iPod Nano, I was able to copy some mp3 files using a Windows machine. I don't understand how it worked without FirewireGuid.
> It is a real shame, that apple don't deliver it in a workable state, but
> that they make you change some files just to get it work.
It is true that most of the products are released without testing in Linux.
Also my iPod Nano shows 7.1 GB remaining space even though it is an 8GB. Any reasons?
- Jos Collin
On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 12:38 AM, Johannes Wiedersich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 2008-08-29 04:41, Jos Collin wrote:I'm glad it works for you now. I've just got my classic two days ago,
> I have upgraded the distribution (lenny) once again and set the
> 'FirewireGuid' for my iPod Nano. Now the gtkpod starts working.
and it also took more than one iteration till I typed everything ok. It
now works with both gtkpod and amarok.
I'm a bit surprised that you had to upgrade your lenny to get it done.
It is a real shame, that apple don't deliver it in a workable state, but
that they make you change some files just to get it work.
(I'd really like to know, if it works 'out of the box' on macs or if
those files are modified by their software).