Originally Posted by schneidz
arent all ipods manufactured by apple (foxconn at least) so i dont think they support linux. calling the 800 number will result in them telling you to buy a mac.
Not sure if all ipods are made by Apple; I don't have one-
Your right schneidz; I can see where being told to purchase a mac could come up and go over like a lead balloon-
Scratch that idea-
I did several Google searches to try to help:
How to configure ipod in fedora 17 was one but that only applied to servers, system proxy's and installation documentation.
I don't get why Fedora is not allowing hDUQUE to be able to install his/her iTunes-
You'd think that there is a work around this-
I'll continue to look; perhaps another Linux user has posted and the iTunes were successfully installed-
Anyway I'm not the expert on this as I just started reading the documentation on Fedora 17 today.