How to kick iTunes' lock-in media formats squarely in the fruitMar 17, 2009, 20:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Perlow)
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"But what if you’re a Linux or UNIX user? Well, as it turns out you’ve got a large number of options. From the low-level device management perspective you have GTKpod which can easily be installed in Ubuntu and any number of other Linux distributions, and allows you to directly manipulate an iPod’s filesystem as well as re-initialize it if required. In addition to YamiPod mentioned earlier, there is also Banshee for GNOME (which now supports Android devices) as well as AmaroK for KDE..."
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