Re: Wine and itunes
> On Wed, 6 May 2009 11:39:25 -0400
> JoeHill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Raquel wrote:
> > > On Wed, 6 May 2009 08:56:15 -0400
> > > Christopher Judd <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > > My son is fed up with Windows and wants to purge it from his
> > > > system, and run ubuntu or debian. The only thing holding him
> > > > back at this time is itunes.
> > >
> > > You will hear a lot of "it works with $someplayer". That is a
> > > VERY broad statement considering all the different iPods and
> > > generations of iPods. For instance, just moving files from a
> > > player to a 4th gen Nano will make it unusable and make it
> > > necessary to start over again by using a Windows/mac machine and
> > > iTunes. I know. I have a 4th gen Nano and have tried. I have
> > > made several trips over to the neighbor's house to use iTunes.
> > That just means you're using an outdated version of libgpod which
> > does not understand the iPod's encrypted database, and so cannot
> > write to it properly. The database gets corrupted and it looks like
> > there's nothing on it.
> > You just need to upgrade to a newer version of libgpod. You should
> > drop by the IRC channel at #gtkpod, that's where I got help so many
> > months ago when I was running into the same problem.
> > --
> > J
> According to their web site, the iPod Shuffle is NOT supported, as of
The new 4GB Shuffle? That one just came out in the last month, no? You said you
had the Nano 4G, from last year...
As for the Shuffle, give them a few weeks, they'll get to it ;)