iPhone on Ubuntu?

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Is it possible for me to be able to sync my iPhone on Ubuntu?
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Ya, as of Ubuntu 10.04 you can manage your iPhone with some applications that come standard on Ubuntu.

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1416507
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It doesn't show the purchased items... just pictures and other songs I got from friends :(



That doesn't matter though... what I care about is: would I be able to put songs on it?

And While I'm on it, I want to move songs from my Zune to iPhone, is it possible to be able to manage my Zune on Ubuntu?

It doesn't recognize it like it does with iPhone.

(At least not yet).
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Yups it is.

1. Go to System -> Administration -> Software Sources. The Software Sources window will open.
2. Click on the Other Software tab and click on the Add... button.
3. A window will open asking you for the APT line of the repository that you want to add. Enter the following and then click Add Source:
ppa:pmcenery/ppa
4. You will be returned to the Software Sources window. Click the Reload button
5. Click on the Close button to close the window.
6. Go to System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager.
7. In the quick search box type: libimobiledevice0
8. Install the package.

Hope this helps.
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I don't have Software Sources on my Ubuntu. I got the newest version... 10.10 meerkat something I think its called.
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Go to Applications->Ubuntu Software Center. Then go to Edit->Software Sources.
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I couldn't find libimobiledevice0 but I found libimobiledevice1 and apparently that one is already installed on my OS...

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