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Ubuntu For Non-Geeks, 3rd Edition by Rickford Grant

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Managing Your iPod in Ubuntu

Normally in Windows and Mac OS, you load files to your iPod via iTunes, but, of course, since Apple has not created a Linux version of that popular application (and I doubt it ever will), you will have to find some other way to go about things. Fortunately, there are a few Linux applications that can work with your iPod to various degrees, including one you learned about in Chapter 15—Rhythmbox.

Managing Your iPod's Audio Files with Rhythmbox

Rhythmbox is set as the default application for iPods in Ubuntu, and as such it will automatically appear once your iPod is connected to your machine and mounted by your system. All you should have to do then is click the icon for your iPod in the left pane of the Rhythmbox window ...

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