How can I install iTunes on Ubuntu?

Asked by PhoenixSteel on 2007-10-27

I downloaded the installation program from apple.com to install iTunes, however ubuntu tells me there is no program that is capable of opening it. Is there any way around this?

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Kai Wilker
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2007-10-27
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2007-10-27
Best Kai Wilker (kai-wilker) said : #1

Hi PhoenixSteel,
what file have you downloaded? Maybe a *.exe? There isn't any iTunes for Linux (and Ubuntu), so you have to use any other player. But you can try to install iTunes with wine (you can install wine so: 'sudo apt-get install wine'). Than you have to type in the terminal 'wine setup.exe'. But I'm not sure, if it works. But there are many good music players for Ubuntu, too. For example amaroK or rhythmbox. And when you like to use sync your music to the iPod, you can use gtkpod.

PhoenixSteel (hedrickben) said : #2

Thanks Kai Wilker, that solved my question.

How can I install iTunes on Ubuntu

Probably you can try installing gtkpod package

tomas balmaceda (tomasb56) said : #5

I think there is a way, but I do not know how?