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Move an iTunes library to a new machine
Authored by: rhythmicmoose on Jan 14, '04 01:05:33PM

Heck, I just FW disk mode the iTunes folder over to the other machine. Now if only there was a way to use the iPod as a go between. Add songs on one machine, sync to iPod, sync iPod on second machine and have songs show up on there. APPLE, ARE YOU LISTENING?!



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Move an iTunes library to a new machine
Authored by: cudaboy_71 on Jan 14, '04 02:36:01PM

i seem to recall this was done intentionally for piracy reasons. same reason they felt the need to make the ipod's music directory hidden in the GUI. otherwise people'd be having ipod swap parties.

i'm sure they are listening...and doing an apathetic shrug.

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iPod is not the ideal go-between
Authored by: Lectrick on Jan 14, '04 06:13:44PM

I have 6 times as many tunes as fit on my 10g iPod. I wouldn't nearly be able to use it for that purpose ;)

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