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Thread: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

  1. #31
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    Re: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by zmjjmz View Post
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    And completely legal.
    I was under the impression that it violated the EULA, but I can't find any sites that confirm that.

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    Re: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

    Has someone managed to establish a connection with iPhone/iPod Touch within Linux without using wifi?

    In Windows they have iPhone Tunnel Suite, that allows to connect to an iPhone via usb cable, using ssh.

    How can we use ssh and connect without wifi?

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    Re: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

    VLC has been ported to the iPhone if anyone is interested.

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    Re: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by areskz View Post
    Has someone managed to establish a connection with iPhone/iPod Touch within Linux without using wifi?

    In Windows they have iPhone Tunnel Suite, that allows to connect to an iPhone via usb cable, using ssh.

    How can we use ssh and connect without wifi?
    the iphone linux project have something to connect via usb without ssh, i succeed to compile and use it some time ago, try a google search

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    Re: iPhone/iPod Touch music player with linux support!!!

    Pwnplayer is gone, and might come back in the future, author says.

    Anyway, I just found this, which might help in the near future and NOT require jail-breaking, from what I've understood:

    http://marcansoft.com/blog/2009/10/i...cing-on-linux/

    So, according to the developer, the hash has been reverse-engineered "enough":
    The new hash has been reverse engineered enough to bring near full functionality to Linux
    Right now, it helps jail-broken devices by allowing them to use USB intead of WiFi, if I understood the info correctly.

    I'll keep watching that, but it seems like full support, or at least as good as it is for my 1st gen nano, is coming soon. For some values of soon, of course.

    Only then I'll think of buying a Touch.

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