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My Problem: I'm a proud user of Kubuntu Gusty x64; however, their are times when I just can't get the job done because the application (iTunes) just needs a windows
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    Default One way for Linux users...
    My Problem:
    I'm a proud user of Kubuntu Gusty x64; however, their are times when I just can't get the job done because the application (iTunes) just needs a windows box.

    My solution:
    VirtualBox. With VirtualBox, Linux users can now "seamlessly" run Windows Applications in windows for free. Using this methoud Iphone users are able to communicate with their hardware without having to load into a windows environment separately.
    Thank you,
    David Branco

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    Thank you for the link. I'm using VMware Server but I like better a open source solution as much as posible.

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    yeah innotek virtualbox has been treating me very well

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    I'm on Fedora 8 - I use Amarok and libgpod - works a treat for me Ditch iTunes, seriously.
    iPhone 3gs, running 4.2 Greenp0is0ned
    iPad 32Gb, running 4.2 Grrenp0is0ned

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    true. linux user have the cool privilege not to use itunes . gtkpod or amarok do the job just fine! and wirelessly!

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    Helle everyone, I have debian testing, enlightenment and amarok. I want to connect to amarok, but the device it's not recognized. Any ideas??

    Thanx in advance

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