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iTunes10 gets stuck while trying to access Radio in Ubuntu 13.04

I installed iTunes10 running on Wine on Ubuntu 13.04. The installation was not very clean, since every time I started iTunes it gave me a message that the installation was not proper and I would not ...
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Which wine do I need to use itunes

I am looking in the Ubuntu software center for wine to run iTunes. There are several options, but I'd thought i'd ask, which one is the right one to get? Thanks!
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iTunes library.itl cannot be read beacause it was created by a newer version

I have installed iTunes 10 by wine on Ubuntu 12.10 and removed it. I installed iTunes 7 by playonlinux. When I trying to start the application, it shows iTunes library.itl cannot be read because it ...
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How do I install iTunes?

I have an iPhone and run Ubuntu on all of my personal computers. Since I did not want to keep a separate partition with Windows on it for the sole purpose of running iTunes, I attempted to install It ...
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Why won't iTunes 7 (PlayOnLinux) recognized my iPhone/iPod?

I have installed iTunes 7 via PlayOnLinux and it installed fine, all of my music shows up no problem. However, whenever I plug in my iPhone and iPod, iTunes does not recognize the device (making the ...
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How can I play music from iTunes library stored on Mac/Windows?

I have a Windows 7 desktop machine and a Ubuntu machine too. I may also get a Mac one day. I have iTunes set up to sync my iPod Touch, iPod and the girlfriend's iPod, but I generally use Ubuntu (she ...
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Why isn't iTunes working for me?

I know you are to install iTunes in WINE but when ever I open it an error message appears that says Apple Application Support was not found. Apple Application Support is required to run iTunes. ...
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What is the best way to run iTunes?

I know I could use VirtualBox or VMWare, but does anyone know of a way to run iTunes without having to run Windows virtually on Ubuntu? Will iTunes run using Wine? Is there a better more native way ...