[Herts] Gadgets and Linux was Re: Phorm is still out there

Gary Hammond gary.hammond at e-webspinner.com
Wed Dec 17 15:48:52 UTC 2008

Agree, would prefer open device but when you saw the hassle I've been  
through to ween the other half off of windows you'll apreciate that  
having an iPod is the lesser of two evils.

Gary Hammond
Digital Products Manager
Majenta PLM.
07889 112399
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On 17 Dec 2008, at 14:55, Steve Clark <steve at bagofspoons.net> wrote:

> On Wednesday 17 December 2008 13:20:18 Alan Pope wrote:
>> 2008/12/17 Gary Hammond <gary.hammond at e-webspinner.com>:
>>> Talking of gadgets, has anyone any experience of banshee for syncing
>>> music to an Ipod?
>> Yup. Wifeys iPod Video 30G. Worked perfectly using Banshee 1.4 on  
>> Ubuntu.
> Not an iPod, but I bought a Samsung flash player as a gift. When I  
> tried to
> put some music on it I found that it was not mounted as a drive due  
> to using
> the MTP protocol. I thought this was going to cause me problems, but
> eventually discovered that it was supported in Amarok. That works  
> great. The
> player does Ogg Vorbis, which was one reason for getting it. I  
> prefer to buy
> devices that support open standards.
> -- 
> Steve
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