The directory creation process (itdb_init_ipod) creates an empty iTunesDB file and empty iTunes Library.itlp directory: [email protected]:~/git/wine$ ls -lR /media/IPOD/iPod_Control/iTunes /media/IPOD/iPod_Control/iTunes: total 16 -rwxr-xr-x 1 paul root 0 Jul 21 09:06 iTunesDB I also get two errors after mounting with ifuse and then opening gtkpod: Code: "
Before I go to the trouble of itunes on wine: Is this assumption correct? View 2 Replies View Related Ubuntu :: Gtkpod Errors & Ipod Will Not Mount? For a video demo see this youtube video. Since i feel that itune is up to sh1t! https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1333161
Quit gtkpod -- 19. Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. I've been waiting for a linux solution for the Touch for a while, and I'm close now.
Start gtkpod (same command as above) 20. Open Cubic - Uncertain how this would work with the iPod. View 9 Replies View Related General :: Get Itunes Going In Unbuntu 11.04 - Gtkpod - Kept Crashing When Trying To Update Database Jul 22, 2011 Been trying to get itunes From a casual scan through the code, it seems that the underlying problem is a conflict between what files and directories are created and what is needed to open an iPod.
So, I generated the HashInfo file from the firewire guid using the tool at [URL]. Select "Load iPod(s) icon 12. This is normally generated when the device is attached for the first time, assuming you had the device plugged in via USB at the time. Included with the ipod > was only a cable with a usb-plug.
Sometimes though it helps if you simply disconnect the 'Documents on My iPad' device, unplug the iPad, then plug it back and reconnect the device. Create the iPod repository: 3.a Right-click on "Music Library" 3.b Select "Edit repository properties" from context menu 3.c Select "Add new repository/iPod" button 3.d Complete details ("/media/IPOD" and "xC027") and select Jan 22, 2010 I am using 9.10 Karmic Koala Oct 2009 release. How can I get this working?
Reply With Quote Page 2 of 2 First 12 Jump to page: « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Tags for this Thread amarok, gtkpod, ifuse, ipod View Tag Cloud Bookmarks http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.ipod.gtkpod.user/1881 This may take a long time. Select "OK" to dismiss warning dialogue window. -- 11. Rhythmbox - Although Rhythmbox will list the iPod on the left sidebar in its Devices section, it will not show any playlists that are on the iPod so you will need
No Cover Art with Amarok If you find that after syncing your iPhone with Amarok the coverart is missing it is very likely that you are using the wrong version of this content The main issue here, aswell as for a lot of people, is a bug in libgpod that was now fixed which did not auto-create the Device folder and the SysInfoExtended file. The model in question is listed as supported by gtkpod, so What's going wrong? It is the latest version of banshee.
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. my laptop can detect my iphone, i can actually browse its folder. (i can see photos and music from my phone, i tried to paste some photos in a certain folder It's a newish one - 2GB, and not listed in the options - so maybe there's something different about it that it doesn't like. weblink But the following may work.
Yes. One problem is that it is impossible to quit the application. Fix is in libgpod >= 0.7.93 Thanks.
Quit gtkpod -- 19. I then found the common library is called "libgpod4". Check that you have a SysInfoExtended file (same place as the HashInfo file), that the sqlite databases in iPod_Control/iTunes/iTunes Library.itlp are modified when you add a song. Since this version of libgpod supports 5G iPod nano, this option was now available; however, the process failed.
See Retrieving and setting the Firewire GUID (FirewireGuid) for information on how to set the FirewireGUID. Start gtkpod compile from git, using libgpod also compile from git. Using a Windows system or VirtualBox running Windows with iTunes installed, iTunes will inform you that it is Macintosh formatted and will volunteer to format it to factory defaults. http://jessriegel.com/ipod-could/ipod-could-not-restored-1416.html I figured out that the problem was the there was no PC file location.
The Claim "Device is not present" A "gotcha" currently exists if you accidentally "sudo" the iphone-mount or ipod-touch-mount step.