I've got some iPod problems; (My sister got one for her birthday)
- Xubuntu mounts it, but I can't access it. (Says there was an error or something)
- GTKPod can't use it.
- Plugging it into a PC with Windows98 doesn't do anything
- I don't have XP.
How the heck can I pull this off?
I'm pretty sure I need to format to FAT32. Do I need iTunes to do it?
I think I (Oddly enough) some of the PC's in the school's labs have iTunes, so I could hijack that and erase the filesystem from there.
But is there an easy way to do it from Linux? Any precautions? I need simple stuff here, a few commands or an application.
EDIT: It appears to be 1.1.1, formatted for Windows. But I still can't access it from the Desktop, and GTKPod doesn't recognise an iPod connected to my system. (IT's supposed to allow you to "read", but it's not a clickable option)
EDIT2: It's a 2GiB iPod nano. For some reason, various icons (Like when I searched for the device, and on the desktop) say it's around 10GiB.