I think it's simply ridiculous that Apple does not allow Linux users to sync their iPods and iPhones. OS X is built on Unix, no? Why not then show the open-source community a little love? Anyway, since it's probably pretty unlikely that they will release iTunes for Ubuntu anytime soon, I think the community here needs to pull together and work out some way to sync without going through iTunes. I know the older 1.0 and 2.0 firmware versions could do it, but OS 3.0 does not work with any of the old fixes. Why should we have to dual-boot Windows, or run it in Virtual Box, just to be able to put songs and such on our iPods? I've lived with Windows for a long time, and I'm just unwilling to infect my computer with it again, but neither can I afford to buy a Mac, so I'm sort of stuck here. What we need is a program for Linux designed specifically for this purpose, that is also able to work with jailbroken 3.0 firmware. Anyway, I think my little rant is over now... Please Register or Log in to view images Does anyone have any suggestions for me that I may not have tried yet? Is there something complicated I could do with MediaMonkey, or anything in that vein - or, as I suspect, will I just have to wait before I can sync my iPod anymore?