[clug-talk] portable music players with Linux
me at jonwatson.ca
Tue Oct 10 15:45:00 PDT 2006
Really? Damn...didn't know that. Well, anyone interested can do a search on my blog for 'iriver t10' to get at the instructions I used. Quite easy, really.
Sent from the road...
From: Evan Brown <eb at chionatech.com>
Date: Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006 12:59 pm
Subject: Re: [clug-talk] portable music players with Linux
We got that firmware updater and it doesn't work for the T10, it says
>that it's an unsupported device.
>me at jonwatson.ca wrote:
> My T20 operates wonderfully with Linux, but as Gustin points out - you have
> to convert it from an MTP to a UMS device. When I bought my T10, doing so
> was considered a "hack", but since then iRiver has released an official
> MTP<->UMS application which will convert the device for you.
>> I don't have a link handy, but some Googling will turn it up.
> Original Message:
> From: Evan Brown eb at chionatech.com
> Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 09:54:11 -0600
> To: clug-talk at clug.ca
> Subject: [clug-talk] portable music players with Linux
>> My friend just bought an iriver T10 cuz it was supposed to support OGG
> but instead it broke his windows install with media player 11 and can't
> be used in Linux so he's returning it. What do you guys use? are Ipods
> viable on Linux?
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