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Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
Installation (first attempt: crashed, so be patient)
What does not
Tried to open an mp3 file. Crashed.
Uninstallation from Wine Uninstaller
What was not tested
skipped the scan for media
Tested on 28/12/2010 under openSUSE 11.1 x86_64 (with latest updates), using Wine 1.3.10 on KDE 3.5 desktop.
Did not extend the tests to more features. Application is so slow, unresponsive and crashing all the time that I lost all patience very quickly. I also tried 7.0 and 10.1, and they work better. Not so for version 9.
Screen goes black during install and during launch. Switch to another desktop and come back restores normal display, in KDE 3.5.
During install, disabled:
shortcuts to desktop
use iTunes as default player
Language: English (US)
AutoRun: left off when asked
I skipped the scan for media.
Alright i have been trying to figure this out, but it seems to not want to get going with the program. So far the part where iTunes is supposed to look for shared libraries is not working out. If anyone has a fix then please post it.
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by Tia on Friday September 4th 2009, 13:53
I am completely brand new to ubuntu. I love it so far but really need to get my ipod touch 2g to work. I read all the stuff about jailbreaking but really just running itunes on wine would be great. I installed wine but when I run the itunessetup.exe it doesn't work. I get quicktime and the other stuff but then I get some errors and itunes doesn't install. Can someone please help me with this? I'm at my wits end!