[clug] How do people get "new music" on there iPod via Linux?

Scott Ferguson scott.ferguson.clug at gmail.com
Mon Apr 1 23:28:03 MDT 2013

On 02/04/13 16:04, Tony Breeds wrote:
> Hi All,
> 	So some time (2+ years) ago I finally switched my wife from
> windows XP to Ubuntu.  Everything has been fine no major problems.  At
> the time she added a bunch of songs to her iPod with rhythmbox.
> Recently  she asked so how do I get new music onto her iPod.
> Under windws she could buy exactly the tracks she wanted (and not the
> whole album) and click-clicky new music.
> Amazon is the only provider I can think of that can sell track-by-track,
> and they don't sell (AFAICT) in Australia for silly reasonsin Australia
> for silly reasons.

Proxies are good.

> I know I /can/ run iTunes under wine but I'd rather not if I can avoid
> it.
> We can trivially buy the CDs but whenyou only want 1 or 2 tracks that's
> not really ideal.
> So how do others do this?

Google Music

> Yours Tony

I don't run Rhythmbox (Amarok).

Kind regards

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