can itunes be loaded on ubuntu

underHiswing

computer recognises my ipod but I can't download itunes

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jimlynch
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Doesn't Ubuntu One offer music and that sort of thing? That might be a good alternative to iTunes. You can always use iTunes on your iPod, but skip it in Ubuntu. It's probably more of a headache than it's worth.

Harryner
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I haven't tried it but I have found the video(below) from google, and it seems you can download and install itunes on ubuntu.

 

I have read the comments, the video uploader can also help you solve the problem.You can check out the video.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIn1oYa10J0

rousseau
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Couldn’t you just use iTunes for Windows through Wine? That may be the easiest thing to do. 

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