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Now using SuSE 11.1 and am curious what will happen when I connect my Ipod 60gb classic. I have movies and stored files etc, will they be lost if i ...
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    New to SuSE and want to sync Ipod


    Now using SuSE 11.1 and am curious what will happen when I connect my Ipod 60gb classic. I have movies and stored files etc, will they be lost if i connect? What things should I do to keep all intact and start adding movies and music via SuSE.
    Ipod was previously used on MacBook OS 10.5 etc and latest Itunes version.

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    When you plug in your iPod, an icon should appear on your desktop, or on your taskbask if you use KDE 4. You can open it, exactly as you would a USB-stick.
    You can also use Amarok to play files stored in the iPod or to upload them to the iPod.
    I have connected my iPod to Ubuntu & Fedora, it shouldn't be any different in OpenSuse. I haven't tried any syncing options (not even with iTunes on Win & Mac!!)

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