Well that didn't take long, Apple "broke" the iPod, and OSS fixed it. - Linux

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  1. Well that didn't take long, Apple "broke" the iPod, and OSS fixed it.

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  2. Re: Well that didn't take long, Apple "broke" the iPod, and OSS fixed it.

    Jim Richardson wrote:

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    >Instructions for linux users on how to fix their iTunesDB files are
    >here. Windows users are going to have to wait a little while. (For
    >interested programmers, the code to generate the hash is here.)
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    "Note: You will need to do the process of getting the hash on your
    iTunesDB every time you even so much as change a song name, or upload
    new music or video files."

    That doesn't sound too convenient...


  3. Re: Well that didn't take long, Apple "broke" the iPod, and OSS fixed it.

    On 18 Sep, 13:29, chrisv wrote:

    > "Note: You will need to do the process of getting the hash on your
    > iTunesDB every time you even so much as change a song name, or upload
    > new music or video files."
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    > That doesn't sound too convenient...


    Hell, how long's the fix been out? Five minutes?


  4. Re: Well that didn't take long, Apple "broke" the iPod, and OSS fixed it.

    chrisv wrote:

    > Jim Richardson wrote:
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    >>Instructions for linux users on how to fix their iTunesDB files are
    >>here. Windows users are going to have to wait a little while. (For
    >>interested programmers, the code to generate the hash is here.)
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    > "Note: You will need to do the process of getting the hash on your
    > iTunesDB every time you even so much as change a song name, or upload
    > new music or video files."
    >
    > That doesn't sound too convenient...


    That is just for now.
    All the steps can be done programmatically
    --
    I doubt, therefore I might be.


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