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After buying an HP with Vista, I finally decided to take the leap to Linux. I'm quite impressed by it so far, although I will admit I am currently fumbling around, getting used to it.
My question is this. I had an extensive itunes library that I would like to be able to listen to. I am not interested in attempting to us Wine and itunes. I would be happier to just convert the protected itunes over into mp3's for play in Songbird or Amarock. Instead of burning 100 CD's worth of music, is there a Linux-based program similar to Tunebite that will remove the protection and convert m4p to MP3? Thanks in advance!