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 That just means you're using an outdated version of libgpod which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
BTW, what version of libgpod do you have installed?