3rd Generation iPod Nano write support?

NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 19 21:13:09 UTC 2009

On 03/18/2009 06:49 PM, Hal Burgiss wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 07:42:44PM -0700, NoOp wrote:
>> Again I don't have one, have you tried gtkpod-aac? Note: I'm not just
>> throwing out links (:-) as I'm interested as well; my son dualboots to
>> WinXP when he uses his ipod so I'm interested learning how to help him
>> use his ipod with Ubuntu.
> I haven't tried gtkpod-aac. gtkpod, yes, and rely on it for actually
> managing the music on the ipod itself. Seems to work well. The only
> issue I have is that the album art seems to be a problem. It gets
> lost, which is not a big deal to me, but certainly a shortcoming. Last
> I looked it was a known issue, but they were not in a hurry to
> improve it. Anyway, just installed gtkpod-aac and will look at it next
> time I hook the ipod up. I listen to what I have, but don't do a lot
> of futzing around with it. Most of what I have on it, are CD's that I
> ripped with rhythmbox, then moved on to the ipod with gtkpod. I
> suspect that there is a way to do this with one application, but I
> like both those, and they both have their strong suits.
[snips good info]

Thanks for the info Hal. I doubt that I'll ever get my son to 'loan' me
his ipod to 'experiment' with... Images of Charleton Heston & "pry this
from my cold, dead hands' comes to mind". So I'll archive the info until
I get around to buying a used one :-)

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