Install iTunes on Ubuntu
Open the command terminal and type
sudo apt-get install wine and press “Enter.” Wine installs to Ubuntu, allowing you to download applications not supported by the Linux distribution.
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras in the command terminal to allow you to manage mp3 and AAC files with Ubuntu.
Go online to apple.com/itunes/download and click “Download Now” to download the 32-bit Windows version of iTunes.
chmod +x iTunesSetup.exe in the command terminal to make the iTunes installer executable.
Right-click the iTunes installer file downloaded to your computer and select “Open with Wine Windows Program Loader.” ITunes installs to Ubuntu using Wine.
Sync iPad With iTunes on Ubuntu
Launch iTunes by opening the Applications folder and double-clicking “iTunes.” Wine starts and runs iTunes.
Click “iTunes Store” in the left sidebar, click “Sign In” in the top right, type your Apple ID and password in the corresponding text fields, and click “Sign In.”
Connect your iPad to your Ubuntu computer using the device’s USB connector cable. An iPad icon appears in the left sidebar.
Click the iPad icon in the left sidebar and click “Sync” in the bottom right. Sync options are configured through the control panels accessed by clicking the menu items along the top of the iTunes application window.