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  • The simplest answer is NO if u try to install directly..... but that does not mean u can't install iTunes on Linux Os. Yes, by getting help from WINE (small SW for make compatibility of Windows apps on Linux) it is possible. Download WINE (Wine Is Not Emulator) and install it then u can install iTunes on Linux.

    Answered by Rechil Colin
    One year ago
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  • Recent iTunes versions don't work work with Wine. Check http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=1347 for more information.

    Answered by Frank Hendriksen
    One year ago
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  • It isn't compatible with any version of Linux by itself, but can possibly be used on a Linux machine using WINE. You'd just need to make sure it is the itunes program used for pc, as that will be the one that may possibly be emulated using WINE.

    Answered by Will
    One year ago
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  • rhythmbox may be able to connect to some iPods, so far I know.

    Answered by Joël Krähemann
    8 months ago
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