[CentOS] iTunes on CentOS?? [Solved]
craigwhite at azapple.com
Mon Apr 19 20:18:14 UTC 2010
On Mon, 2010-04-19 at 12:45 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> On 4/19/2010 12:18 PM, Craig White wrote:
> > On Mon, 2010-04-19 at 11:47 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> >> On 4/19/2010 11:31 AM, Craig White wrote:
> >>> Specifically current iTunes (9.x.x and even previous 8.x.x versions) do
> >>> not have a problem finding/using my Linux based mt-daapd server but of
> >>> course this does not have anything to do with actually trying to run
> >>> iTunes software under wine or subscribing to podcasts with URL's hostile
> >>> to everything but iTunes.
> >> Are there subscription-friendly podcasts and software that don't involve
> >> itunes? I'm more interested in knowing how this might work directly
> >> from an android phone (which I don't have yet), but anything that could
> >> replace the cycle of updating on itunes then having to sync an ipod to
> >> that specific device would be good to know.
> > ----
> > of course, and just to verify, I used my android to go to
> > http://www.thisamericanlife.com and they have 2 podcast URL's - 1 for
> > itunes and one for everything else and it worked just fine (the other).
> > I think that people are starting to figure out that delivering Apple
> > proprietary content is good for Apple but not for the general public.
> Just to be clear, I don't mean places where you can download mp3's
> through a link, I mean something where you can subscribe to a feed and
> have the software automatically download new copies as they appear, add
> them to a playlist, and optionally delete them after playing. When I'm
> driving, I just want to select the playlist and always have the most
> recent subscribed and unplayed item at the top - without any
> intervention other than the initial subscription.
I'm not sure what's available on android to subscribe/download but using
the web browser (which you can bookmark), I was able to go to the
subscription url and it downloaded the current podcast and played it -
as mentioned above. I said 2 podcast URL's - I didn't realize that I
would have to repeat that.
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