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Kazaa k++ edition is a free hacked version of kazaa but is very hard to find.It doesn't include any spyware or adds or anything and is 100 times better. It took me a long time on google to find it and update to a new version. Kazaa is now going after them because of copyright infringement. Kind of funny isn't it. Also I would think iTunes would be available for linux sense OSX is Unix as far as i know.
I would not expect iTunes to be available for Linux. AFAIK, Apple hasn't made their other apps (such as QuickTime) for Linux. Porting Mac OSX apps to Linux is not (usually) trivial because although OSX is UNIX under the hood, it doesn't use the X Window System so the GUI would have to be rewritten to run on Linux (unless they make Aqua for Linux...not a likely proposition).